Nothing I Could Do

Smoky darkness blanketing the narrow road provided perfect conditions to hide our adventure from prying eyes. The trees lining both sides stood like soldiers promising me a false sense of security. I felt the engine growl, and my palms wound themselves tighter around the wheel. I glanced down as the orange needle crept past 60, 70, 80. My foot eased the pedal down, gently at first, then with a little more force. My best friend, Dan, whooped in the passenger seat, egging me on.


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