Again, why am I doing this?
That notion of conducting surveillance on his spouse seemed strange to David when he spoke out loud about it. Of course, the face looking back at him from the mirror didn’t have a reply, but there was a wry expression.
The thing is, he would not have contemplated it if two rather interesting events had not taken place,
Firstly, the photos of her new lover turning up in his email, and that very same man was now her new head of security, and,
Secondly, he had not gotten into a scrape with several of the new security team, just trying to access his own house, or what he thought was his.
He had no doubt Susan would welcome him with open arms, and in fact, does ask him to stay, but they both knew he would probably end up killing one or all of them.
And there was the fact she didn’t know he knew about her secret affair, not that it really bothered him, just the fact it was an arrogant mercenary, and not really her type.
But there again he didn’t really know all that much about her.
What better way to find out than to observe and learn.
In the meantime, he could visit Alisha in the hospital and check on her progress.
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