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    The Most Distant Course

     

    Chapter 25 Startling by Each Step (Part 1)

     

    19 Hours before the attack. Bette’s room.

    Bette is back in her room, drinking her Scotch, her mind drifting far away.

    Rapid steps emerge outside her room, gradually come close to the door. With a loud bang, Sam kicks open the door, forcing her way into Bette’s room.

    Again, a loud bang from the slamming door stunning the whole room. Bette lifts up her eyebrows to the unfriendly guest, the glass remains in her hand, no intention to put down.

    “What did you say to Tina? What have you done?”

    “Leave me alone.” Bette takes a sip.

    “What did you say to her? To Tina? Don’t let me ask you again.”

    “I didn’t say anything,” Bette replies coldly.

    Sam’s waves her hand at Bette, the glass flies out of Bette’s in a flash, the liquid spills out, the glass smashed into pieces.

    Bette looks at the broken glass.

    “You know that’s a 30 years Macallan.” She smiles sadly. “What a waste.”

    “Stop the bullshit! Bette Porter! I just came out of Tina’s room, she looked pretty upset! Do you know what the hell happened to her?”

    “Of course, I do, she’s sad about Eric’s death.”

    “Then why the hell are you here? Huh?”

    “I need to think!”

    “Think about what?”

    A fever of restless anger comes upon Bette.

    “Think about the whole situation, okay?” Bette shouts out. “I don’t believe Jodi, and nor did I believe Tina killed Eric, but it’s just…there’s too many coincident! Too many things that cannot be sure!”

    “Why do you need to be sure? Porter? You just need to support her that’s all.”

    “To encourage her to become a killer? No thanks.”

    “Look, I knew it’s hard for you to believe what you’ve seen and heard, but there’s some undeniable truth you should have known. Tina is never a killer. A few years ago I’ve tried to kill Eric once, I didn’t, I really wanted to, but I stop. Do you know why? Tina stop me.” Sam says calmly.

    “You want to kill Eric?”

    “It’s a long story…My point is, Tina is never a murderer, killing is never her intention to take down this place.

    “I know! I know! It just…There’s no other person in the mansion with the willing and capable of such thing, especially in this situation.” Bette says.

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    1. Hi CJ,

      You better promise that things will turn well later on!!!!

      The teaser at the end have me very worried about Bette.

      Ugh Jodi and Henry, i hate them, trying to put Tina as the one who killed Eric, i truly hope that at the end they got what they deserve, a slow and painful death.

      Bette is willing to save Tina at most cost, with her life.

      When this is all over i wish them a happy life and CJ, i have to trust you to make this possible!

      Please update asap, the suspense is killing me!

    2. Hi CJ:

      Very good chapter, finally Bette is becoming strong and smart.

      How could she doubt Tina after hearing Jodie telling all those lies?

      It’s good that she is taking the lead of Tina’s people, I think Sam and Tasha are following her.

      Bette should bring to the meeting the pictures that Jodie gave her where Tina is in Henry’s house, and also the picture the police has, where is showing the blonde that came to visit Eric right before his death, so she could expose Jodie.

      I have no idea how they are going to flee from the mansion I guess is going to be a very tight escape having the FBI and the law forces outside.

      However, my idea of a “good escape” is to make it as clean as possible, which means, without a criminal load on them. Unfortunately, one of the highest criminals here is Aaron, the FBI head, and legally will be very hard to exonerate Tina, Sam, Tasha, and even Bette. At least if you have a hidden card in your sleeve, which you may have if my calculations aren’t wrong.

      But JC, this is your story and it’s great. Thanks for the wonderful chapter, pps.

      P

    3. Thank you for the chapter, but i really don’t follow some of the lines. How the Jodie can interrogate Tina in front of her father when on the last meeting about Carmen she lost his trust?

    4. My liking for Tina makes it a difficult read.
      I am a little disappointed in Bette’s Character and wish her stronger and more determined to believe and help Tina.
      Like Zhenya I find some aspects difficult to believe regarding Jodie and her father but then again I hate Jodie!
      Look forward to your next post and hopefully the Course will become less difficult for B&T
      SG

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