Millsap let out a string of loud curses after he hung up the phone with Franco. The other general had just called to confirm Cami’s claim that they had broken up. Franco wanted clearance to sleep with her tonight.
Though Millsap had nearly choked on every word, he’d said, “If Cami’s over there for you, then that means she’s no longer mine. Do what you feel.”
Franco had chuckled with glee, revealing just how much he still wanted Cami after all this time.
That gleeful sound, combined with Cami’s willful disregard for their love, had done something wicked to Millsap's soul. It made him act wickedly himself.
Grabbing a box of large garbage bags from the laundry room, Millsap went into the master suite and began to stuff Cami’s clothes and shoes into them. Those were the only things he’d let her have out of this house. The furniture that she’d picked out and all the appliances would remain in the house.
As for the Lexus, Millsap decided to let Cami keep that as a parting gift. He also wanted that car to serve as a reminder of what she’d had with him and didn’t appreciate.
Now all I need to do is call a locksmith, Millsap mused, ready to move on with his life as soon as possible. He would also call his lawyer first thing in the morning and have his will changed back to the way it was before he ever hooked up with the likes of Cami Edison.
© 2008 by Suprina Frazier