Chapter Nine Getting to Know You
The two took the elevator to the ground floor and walked over to the café. Fortunately, they ignored by the pedestrians on the short walk and could find a back booth at the eatery where they could hide from the public.
Once they had ordered from the menu, the conversation began and McGreevy realized the talk could be unpleasant. The two needed to clear the air, and from personal experience, McGreevy knew such a chore was never easy.
“Why don’t you trust me?” Chamkani asked as she poured herself a cup of tea from the pot at the table.