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Unnoticed: Part V

Updated on October 12, 2012

February 8, 2012, 12:14 a.m.

“You did an impeccable job,” I told my sister’s kidnapper. “You are the best ‘worst’ husband my sister could ever have.” Roger looked up at me with a huge grin on his face.

“No problem,” he says. He took off his leather mask and rubbed his hazel eyes as we headed outside. “Glad I could help get rid of the bitch.”

I handed him the rest of the two million dollars I owe him. I left in a briefcase that sat safely in the trunk of my car. “We better get going. I’ll keep in touch.”

Roger gave me a sign of reassurance. I hopped into my car.

"Hey Daniel," Roger called out to me. I turned to look at him as I started the car. "Was this all worth it?" I didn't want to continue this night any longer. What's done is done. "I mean, was it worth hiring me three years ago to date your sister, marry her and then kidnap her?" I put the car into drive. "I've never done a big project like this. I hope it was all worth it."

I cruised up to him. "It was worth every penny." I drove off and started to head home.

This was a job well done.


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      Kairii 3 years ago

      Thanks guys, I just about lost it lokonig for this.