“I’ll call you in the morning.” Curtis said before climbing in his car to leave. Their few hours had flown by so quickly. Rachel stood in the driveway behind her house with a leather jacket to keep her warm. Despite everything she said he insisted on leaving by eight p.m. He didn’t want to steal her beauty rest. She waved as he turned to go down the road but it was too dark to see if he’d waved back.
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