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You disappoint me, Tess,” Feeney said balefully, gnawing on one of the toothpicks from the pile in front of him. ” Tess took a second, more generous sip from her glass, relishing its chill and the tiny tongue of heat behind it. Truly a lovely drink. ” “Nice to see me? ” Lost in his own private pity party, Feeney had spoken an unwitting truth. Tess was avoiding his eyes, squinted tight from bitterness, and his turned-down smirk. Feeney had always been gray—grayblue eyes, gray-blond hair, even a grayish-pink pallor, only a few shades lighter than the undercooked hot dogs he bought from the sidewalk vendors outside the courthouse.
Tess! I’ve been meaning to call you. ” This piece of information sharpened the crowd’s interest in Tess for a moment, but all eyes quickly returned to Whitney. Blushing and windblown, Tess was no match for this fabulous creature who looked like the patron goddess of field hockey. Whitney Talbot was as tall as Tess, 5’9”, but thinner. She wore her thick blond hair in a girl’s careless bob and spent $60 every six weeks to keep it even with her jaw, the sharpest bone in a body of long, sharp bones.
A rancorous first marriage. Bad habits, the kind professional sports can’t abide. How much would you pay for this story? 95? 95? 95? ” He began to laugh a little hysterically, then caught himself. “Trust me, Tess. It’s solid. ” “All sorts of reasons. They say we don’t have it nailed. They say it’s racist to cover an NBA deal so aggressively when we let football, which appeals to a white fan base, slip into town without a whimper. They say we used too many unidentified sources, but some of the people who talked to me still work for Wink, Tess.