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Jonah’s young face suddenly popped into Oliver’s head like a frightened jack-in-the box. Oh shit, Ginny asked me to pick him up from school today. He checked his watch. Three minutes ago. Panic struck his heart. And his school’s ten minutes away. He took off at a sprint for his car, feeling for his cell phone on the way. Racing toward the school, he managed to place a call. No answer. With his heart rate now at a dangerous pace, his breathing turned quick and shallow. A bead of sweat formed across his forehead. This one’s on me, he realized, I screwed up big this time. He considered calling Ginny, who was a few miles closer. Nah. Although it was a brutal decision, in the end he decided that he couldn’t take her relentless ridicule or glares from her disappointed—even convicting—eyes. He stepped on the pedal, risking himself and everyone else in his path. He’d made an honest mistake that now felt like sheer abandonment.