He wasn’t keen on being watched by the staff. It took a moment for Zephyr to reply. “Well, all right then. I guess this will be good news then for our working relationship with the Punjab,” Zephyr supplied.
“I have a problem,” Fane pushed on.
“What’s up?” Zephyr asked.
“I don’t have my wallet, or phone. I don’t have any way of paying my cab fee back to base when this is done. I’m at the Ryme Hotel. I don’t even know where the base is in relation to this place. I can walk back when I get hold of a map…but-” Fane mentioned hurriedly.
“Crap! Sorry about that, Anson. Completely forgot to put that in your bag. I’ll get your wallet and phone dropped off with the coat check at Crystal,” Zephyr answered.
“You know where the dinner is?” Fane was startled.
“I’m going with Gabriella. I can drop them off when I get there,” Zephyr answered.
“Gabriella?” Fane asked, trying to place a face to the name.
“A girl I’ve been seeing the last couple of weeks. You met her at the party. Oh, you may not remember because you drank almost an entire liquor store, I forgot. How are you feeling, by the way?” Zephyr diverted.
“I keep getting pain in my side randomly. Not sure if a bump to the head is supposed to do that. My scar just hurts like fuck,” Fane confided.
“It’ll take a while to wear off, probably. You might have some side effects for a couple of days,” Zephyr soothed. Fane breathed a sigh of relief.
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