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He was almost finished with the first coat of stain when he heard a car door slam shut outside of the bay doors, and he smiled to himself.
Swiveling on his stool, he waited.
And Harper didn’t disappoint.
She came stomping through the shop like a Fury out for vengeance. Her high heels clicking furiously as she headed straight for him.
Having retained at least some semblance of self-preservation, Kade suppressed a smile. Too bad his racing heart had nothing to do with the wrath aimed his way and everything to do with the sexy woman it was coming from. He tried to remind his heart that it had no business racing, that it needed to stay firmly neutral, but the damn thing didn’t listen.
“Did you seriously do it?” she asked, full of accusation when she got closer.
“I’ve done a lot of things, sweetheart. You’re going to have to be a little more specific.”
Stopping in front of him, she crossed her arms. “Did you take my things?”
“Yes.” If he’d thought she was mad before, his quick affirmation only made it worse.
“Are you freaking kidding me?” She might not have stomped her foot, but the urge was there—Kade could see it in her eyes. “You had no right!”
“Maybe not, but you can’t keep living in that motel. If I had known you were living there, I would have moved you out sooner.”
She made a noise that sounded suspiciously like a growl. “What business is it of yours where I live?”
Good question. He’d asked himself that a dozen times this morning, and he still didn’t have an answer—at least, not one he was prepared to speak out loud—so he asked her a more important one, “Did you really like living there? With Dick Hampson lording over you?” He spat out the name like a curse.
Kade knew damn well that he didn’t like it one bit. Hampson was a misogynistic fucker who thought life owed him something for just breathing.
“Of course not! But it’s the only option I have right now.” Her eyes became glossy as her arms fell to her sides, her entire body losing steam. “Please, just tell me what you did with my stuff.”
Kade fought the urge to go to her. The look on her face making him feel like he’d been punched in the gut. He preferred her mad to this.