By Rhonda Nelson
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She’s headed to Dallas, ultimately. ” A significant one, he imagined. He paused, continued to sort through possibilities. “And let me know if this guy goes with her. ” It would be interesting to see what Mia did. He couldn’t imagine the thorough little liaison would abandon Maula Hautu in light of the attempted thefts. Even though it wasn’t her job to provide security, she was ultimately responsible for the entire exhibit. In short, it was her ass on the line if things went wrong. That’s why he’d been watching her, monitoring whatshe did.
It had been the summer she’d turned five. She’d learned to ride the neighbor’s bike and had desperately wanted one of her own. Her mother had told her that if she was a good girl, Santa might see fit to get her a new bike for Christmas. But to Mia Christmas was too late. Her father had agreed and had gone down to the hardware store and bought her a brand‐new hot pink‐and‐white bike with gleaming hot pink streamers and a dazzling white wicker hand basket with flowers on the front. She’d woken up to see it sitting at the foot of her bed the next morning.
She remembered discussing the troubled author with him at length, arguing over his genius and character. Mia would admit that the guy had been a genius, but the fact that he’d married his thirteen‐year‐old cousin when he’d been twenty‐six was a bit of a sticking point with her. It didn’t discount the work, she knew, but it had always colored her opinion of it. Tanner snagged her attention by gesturing to a picture of her and Harlan that had been taken on a Caribbean cruise the previous summer. She wore a yellow sundress and big floppy hat.