As nice as it would be to have her hands around the weather girl's neck, it would be much more satisfying to have them around Kevin's.Joey had finished her shift at the SVC Pharmacy over on Eighty-third Street and was halfway out the door when Kevin West, the assistant manager, had stopped her.
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-=-=-=- When she had first started at SVC, Joey had made a few deliveries when they were really busy. The owner of the house would be far too important to deal with the little people who made deliveries and such.
With that in mind, she was surprised when the door opened and there stood a thirty-something woman, her shoulder length blond hair tied back in a ponytail.
Less than a minute later a woman's voice answered, asking who was there.
"SVC Pharmacy," Joey said into the speaker/receiver, "I have a delivery for Carter." "I'll be right down," the voice said. Carter ran true to form for the residents in this area, it was the maid who was on the way down to deal with her.
"I'll get you a towel for your hair." Joey thanked the woman for the unexpected kindness, then watched her as she walked down the hall and disappeared behind another door.
Turning in the direction she had pointed, Joey reasoned that if not the maid, the woman had to be some kind of employee of the person who owned the house.She should've realized, Joey thought later, that something was up when Kevin asked her if she still went over to Seventy-fifth Street to catch the bus.The question caught her off guard, so instead of saying that she was going in the other direction today, she said yes she did.Kevin seemed to go out of his way to make sure she got more than her share of the dirty jobs.Part of that could've been attributed to the fact that she was the new girl, having been there only a few months. What really bothered her was that she was sure that the other part of it was because he had asked her out when she had finished her probationary period and she had turned him down flat. All I needed was another fifteen minutes and I would've been on the way home," Joey Greer said to herself as she struggled to keep her umbrella from blowing away in the strong wind.