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Her hair was also blond, but for the darker ends of her short bob. She wore black nail polish and a small silver ring on one side of her nose. Given what I’d seen so far, I was surprised Foley let her get away with that, but I liked it. She lifted her head as I walked by, her green eyes on my browns as I passed. She smiled. I smiled back. “This way,” Foley ordered. I hustled to follow. We walked down the aisle to the other end of the room, then into another corridor. A few more turns and a narrow flight of limestone stairs later, Foley stopped beside a wooden door.

And that’s why I go by ‘Scout,’ ” she agreed, grinning back. “First off, on behalf of the denizens of Chicago”—she put a hand against her heart—“welcome to the Windy City. ” She frowned. ” “Close enough,” I said. ” She nodded, then swept a hand through the air. ” She walked to the bed and, like a hostess on The Price Is Right, caressed the iron frame. ” “Of course,” I solemnly said. Scout turned on her heel, the skirt swinging at her knees, and pointed at the simple wooden bureau. ” Then she swept to the window and, with a tug of the blinds, revealed the view.

But one day after my arrival in Chicago, she was the closest friend I had. And I wasn’t about to lose her to whatever mess she was involved in. She was on the couch when I returned (much more awake after a good shower and toothbrushing), her legs beneath her, her gaze still on the magazine on her lap. ” She looked up, her countenance solemn. ” Fairly confident she was right—the name being awful enough—I dumped my toiletries in my room and slipped into today’s version of the uniform. Plaid skirt.

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