It's been three weeks since the call. Sarah always had in the back of her head that this woman could call at any given moment. She was not going to let that stop her from doing what she does best, being a boss of her worker bees in her corporate office. She had to meet her deadlines by next month all the files for the corporate accounts had to be done before the new quarter. The last few months were stressful the company had made more than the expected income from their previous investments, so that meant even more work for her staff and department. Sarah walked the floor still thinking of this so-called Kim, who could she be and if she was watching her. She wondered who was in the office that night and had access to her as she was taking the pic for her boyfriend that night alone in her office or at least she thought she was.
He saw her from across the bar, where this man sat talking her ear off. Uriel could not stand it not for one minute longer. He shifted his seat and began to push the chair away. Someone gripped his arm. He looked back, and he could see his tight-lipped brother holding him to his seat. "If I was you, brother, I would not do such a thing as you are about to do."
She lies on her bed trying to settle into sleep, exhausted from working into the late night; her body was sore, her bones ached all over. Reaching over to her nightstand, she grabs her remote, turns on her TV; nothing of interest is on she see's the reruns of I Love Lucy. Looking to her left, she see's no one, her bed is cold, she is lonely. She hears a vibration from her cell phone, she looks at it, and the caller ID says unknown, she hesitates but reaches over and picks it up. "Hello," She says in a light voice. "Hello, Miss Sarah." The other voice warm and gentle. She took a deep breath and adjusted herself on the bed, wincing from the pain. "Who is this?" She told, her voice firm in its conviction.