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Colin Hancock is giving his second chance his best shot. With a history of violence and bad decisions behind him and the threat of prison dogging his every step, he's determined to walk a straight line. To Colin, that means applying himself single-mindedly toward his teaching degree and avoiding everything that proved destructive in his earlier life. Reminding himself daily of his hard-earned lessons, the last thing he is looking for is a serious relationship. Maria Sanchez, the hardworking daughter of Mexican immigrants, is the picture of conventional success.
He kept his distance, energized by the power he felt in her presence. She had no idea how close he was or what he could do. She never so much as glanced over her shoulder, but why should she?
He was no one to her, just another face in the crowd… He wondered whether she was telling the blonde about her weekend plans, rattling off places to go or the people she intended to see.
For his part, he planned to join the family for brunch on Sunday, though not as a guest. Instead, he would watch them from a nearby house, located in a neighborhood that was solidly middle class. The house had been empty for a month, the owners having lost it to foreclosure, but it was not yet up for sale. He already knew that from the master bedroom, he could see onto their back porch and into the kitchen.
He knew something about each of them. While she cooked, he did everything else, especially in the early years of the business. Little by little, their restaurant had expanded, and it was now regarded as one of the best Mexican restaurants in the city. Both parents still worked there, and Serena waited tables three times a week, just as her older sister, Maria, once had. Felix was a member of both the Chamber of Commerce and the Rotary Club, and he and his wife attended the seven a.
Carmen was a bit more of a mystery; he knew only that she was still more comfortable speaking Spanish than English and, like her husband, was proud of the fact that Maria had become the first college graduate in the family. When Serena waved good-bye to her friend and headed toward the parking lot, he continued walking straight. Especially Maria. Maria was arguably even more beautiful than her sister, though frankly, both had been winners in the genetic lottery, with their dark eyes and nearly perfect bone structure.
He tried to imagine them sitting close together at the table; despite the seven- year age difference, many people might assume they were twins. And yet they were different. Where Serena was outgoing to a fault, Maria had always been quieter and driven, the more serious and studious of the two. Even so, they were close, best friends as well as sisters.
He speculated that perhaps Serena saw traits in her sister that she wanted to emulate, and vice versa.
He felt a frisson of excitement at the thought of the weekend, knowing it might be one of the last times the family would all be together with any semblance of normalcy.
He wanted to see how they would act before tension began to infect their sweet happy family… before the fear took hold. Before their lives were slowly — and then furiously — brought to ruin. Its name was vengeance.
He guessed that it would deepen to a dark purple by the time he woke tomorrow. Even grazing the bruise made him wince, and while he knew from experience that the pain could be overridden for a while, he wondered whether it would hurt to breathe in the morning. His face, though… That might end up being a problem — not for him, but for others.
Certainly his college classmates would stare at him with wide, frightened eyes and whisper about him behind his back, though he doubted that any of them would actually ask him what had happened. During the first few weeks at the university, most of his classmates had seemed nice enough, but it had been clear that none of them knew what to make of him, nor had any tried to speak to him.
Not that it bothered him. For one thing, virtually all of them were six or seven years younger than he was, all were female, and he suspected that as far as recent life experiences went, they had little in common with him. Still, he had to admit that he was particularly ghoulish right now.
His left eye was swollen and the white of his right eye was a bloody red. There was a gash in the center of his forehead that had been glued back together, and the lead-colored bruise on his right cheekbone resembled a birthmark. His split, swollen lips completed the picture.
What he really needed was to put an ice pack on his face as soon as possible if he wanted the girls in his classes to be able to concentrate at all.
But first things first; right now, he was starved and he needed fuel. But if the place had one saving grace, it was that none of the other customers cared how he looked when he made his way to the table.
People who came to dives like this late at night were good at minding their own business. As far as he could tell, half the people here were trying to sober up after a night of hard drinking, while the other half — designated drivers, no doubt — were sobering up, too, only marginally less intoxicated. But Evan must have suspected the same thing about possible trouble. Colin turned on the faucet and wet his hands before bringing them to his face.
The water was cold, exactly what he wanted. His skin felt like it was on fire. And I have to sit right next to him! He shook the water from his hands.
Leaving the restroom, he spotted Evan in the corner booth. Unlike him, Evan would have fit right in at the college. He still had a baby face, and as he approached, Colin wondered how many times a week he even had to shave.
For the same reason you do. You always tell the truth. Like when your girlfriend asks if a particular outfit makes her look fat, you should tell her she looks beautiful. Sometimes, you need to… stretch the truth to get along with people.
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