I Don T Know Me Narrative
“Well, I walked in and all the lights were off. There were a lot of whiskey bottles lying all over the place and as I walked to my room, I saw Brian lying on the floor. I assumed that he had passed out from drinking too much, so I just went straight to bed. When I woke up a little later, he was still there and he wasn’t breathing,” Scarlett lied. She even managed to make her eyes well up with tears.
“And why were there holes in your bedroom door?” Mike asked.
“Those had been there for awhile because I was angry at him for something a few weeks ago. I didn’t …show more content…
I was his partner. I bet you probably didn’t know that. I knew that he was having trouble, but I didn’t know that it was this bad. I wish that you had told someone about this. I know how hard this must be for you, but I need for you to trust me and let me know if there’s anything you need to talk about. Here,” Mike handed Scarlett a piece of paper that he scribbled two phone numbers on. “The first one is my desk number at work, and then the other one is my personal phone. If you ever need anything, I want you to be able to call me. I’m truly sorry for your loss,” Mike said as he slid into his cruiser. He was the last officer to leave. The coroners took Brian’s body away before stopping to question about what …show more content…
“Oh sorry, it closed by itself,” she said with a mock apology.
Seamus smirked, but didn’t say anything while Scarlett pulled out of the driveway. She rolled the window down for Captain to hang his out his head, but regretted it instantly when a cool breeze blew over her legs.
Scarlett was tailgated the whole way home by Seamus, and his protective gaze was always on her. She pulled into the driveway and was surprised to see all the lights off in the house, until she remembered that Renee and John had gone to their party.
She crawled out of the car with Captain behind her. He stayed at her side at all times now and she couldn’t be more grateful.
“Do you have your house key?” Scarlett asked as Seamus slid out of his truck.
“We have house keys?”
Scarlett face-palmed at his idiocy, “Yes, we have house keys! Mine is back at the other house on my bedside table if you want to go grab it. I’m not going anywhere near that house though,” Scarlett crossed her arms with a stubborn look on her face.
“Gah!” Seamus complained. “Fine, I’ll pick up Parker on my way back then. He doesn’t have a car at Devon’s house right now. I don’t want you just standing out here