Esme’s Diary (Chapter 29: Payback)
August 5, 2012
“Not far now,” Edward said as we sped through the woods. It was the middle of the night and usually I wouldn’t have been able to see a thing in the dim barely moonlit sky, but tonight I could see everything — which was probably a good thing at the speed I was running. I was so lucky that Edward had taken the time to check things out before we came here. The last thing I wanted was to bump into old friends or family.
“I’ve told you that won’t happen, he has moved.” Edward smiled, reassuring me.
After some time Edward began slowing. In the distance I could see the downstairs light of a house shining. Crouching down near the house, I asked Edward how we should proceed.
“Slowly. He deserves to pay for what he did to you.” His face was hard like stone.
Walking slowly towards the house, Edward informed me that Charles is on his own.