Footsteps of someone walking by reminded her that they were standing on the deck of a ship and not somewhere private.
That made Trina smile. Not a bad idea. I don’t know if I’ve ever heard Wade’s music.I doubt that’s possible.
By the time Trina dropped her bag in her old room and placed Avery’s in the closest guest room, Avery had already found the stereo and Bluetoothed her phone to it.Sure enough, Wade’s lighthearted southern drawl filled the house and made Trina smile.I know this song, she said, surprised.
Told you. Avery held a pen and a notebook. Let’s start a list so I can go to the grocery store. I think it’s going to take at least a week. This place is huge.Are these originals? Avery asked, looking at the art on the walls.
I have no idea.
If they are, there will be paperwork somewhere. We should find an art dealer. Unless you want any of them.So what’s the plan now? Avery asked.
I’ll get you comfortable at the ranch, and then Lori and I will go to the bank, check out whatever is in that safe deposit box.I’m going to have to go home for a few days, Shannon interjected. I don’t want to miss any more appointments than I have to. She paused. Unless you need me.
We have it, Avery told her. But take a bodyguard.I doubt anyone is after—