Debra parker her car in front of Beth’s motel room. She stared out of the windshield, feeling Mike’s eyes on her.
“You let her sleep here? Why not in your hotel room? You gave her the keys” he said.
“I wasn’t going to send her back there, with you around” Deb snapped.
Infuriated with Beth’s lies and Deb’s incompetence of seeing her sister for who she really was, Mike unfastened his seat belt and got out of the car.
He walked around the vehicle and opened Deb’s door, but it wasn’t out of courtesy. He just wanted Deb to hurry up, so he could prove to her that he was trustworthy.
“Come on” he said apologetic, once she was out of the car. He should know better than to work his anger out on Deb, but of all the people Beth could’ve turned against him, she’d had to pick the one person that mattered most to him.
“Are you coming?” Deb asked hesitating.
Mike shook his head distracted and joined Deb at the front door. “You do the honors” he said and Deb knocked on the door.