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“Not really, no,” Tina replied, picking up the black box from the table. “Thank you, though.”
Lexi cocked her head to the side and stared at Tina up and down. “You know…I’m kind of hurt you didn’t tell me you were in town.”
The blonde bit her lower lip, “I figured it would be inappropriate.”
“And why is that?” Lexi asked, walking closer.
Tina put her hand up, “I’m back with Bette.”
“That’s what I’ve heard…”
“From?” Tina asked confused.
“Delia… I ran into her a couple months ago.”
“And you asked about me?” Tina asked with raised brows, amused.
“Maybe,” Lexi shrugged.
“Lex…” Tina looked up at the ceiling… “The last time I was here was almost a year ago.”
“I know,” Lexi acknowledged the blonde. “But it was good…really…really fucking good.”
Tina smiled at herself and nodded. “I have to go. Thank you for doing this for me.”
Lexi bit the inside of her cheek, “no problem… we are friends above anything else.”
Nodding, Tina turned around to walk out of the office.
“Hey,” Lexi said catching up to the blonde, “if you ever get tired of Bette…”
“You’re incorrigible,” Tina laughed and shook her head at the woman. “But that’s just not possible… Thank you, again.”
“Anytime,” the brunette smiled back. “Tell Bette I said hi.”
Rolling her eyes again, she walked out of the apartment and took a deep breath. Taking out her ‘work’ phone, she pressed number 1 and waited.
“Hey…any reason you’re calling me from this phone? Hell, I didn’t even know you still had it.”
“Del…” Tina whispered into the phone, sitting down in the stairwell.
“What happened?” Delia asked, sitting up straighter on the couch. “Tee…you okay?”
“We need to talk.”
“Where are you?” Delia asked already getting up and walking towards her front door.
“Meet me at Lincoln Park.”
“Be there in 10.” Delia said as she put on her shoes. She opened the door and noticed a piece of paper taped to the front. “What the?”
“What?” Tina asked, walking down the stairs and pushing through one of the emergency exits.
“I don’t know,” Delia said as she took the note off her door. “I got a note.”
Tina immediately stopped walking. “What?” she whispered.