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Split Second (Pivot Point)

Split Second (Pivot Point)
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Split Second (Pivot Point)
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I stared at the black screen of my cell phone long after we hung up. I wanted Laila to restore my memory? Why? Was there something I had learned in the other life that I needed now? Maybe whatever it was that my parents were keeping from me. Or maybe why my head felt like it was going to explode when I used my ability.
I slid my finger across the screen. There was nothing I could do about that now. The only thing I had control over was figuring it out now. I hit the Call button.
“Hello,” Rowan answered, and I could tell by his tone he had no idea who was calling.
“Hi, Rowan, it’s Addie.”
“Addie! Hey. The answer is yes, and what time should I be there?”
I laughed. How could Stephanie hate this guy so much? He was hilarious. “I need someone to take me to Pioneer Plaza.”
“Pioneer Plaza? I don’t even know if I know how to get there. Hey,” he said to someone who must’ve been in the room with him, “do you know where Pioneer Plaza is?”
“Yes,” the other person, who sounded suspiciously like Trevor, said.
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