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Aubrey's pov

"I love the way you edited these." Mrs Brown said as she stared at my works, her eyes perusing through the papers.

Today had been really stressful for me, first, I taught Tyler how to make spaghetti and meatballs and after that, he excused himself, saying that he had business to take care of.

I wondered why Tyler would want to learn how to cook? It was so unlike him; okay, fine... Tyler Bresfort was never one to eat outside... He loved his inside food, I sometimes wonder how he managed before I came into his life.

The fact that Tyler Bresfort wanted to learn how to cook was so unexpected, but Tyler being Tyler, he never does anything without reason and me being me, I submitted to whatever he wanted.

"I'm glad you like it, Mrs Brown." I said, a small smile was plastered on my face.

Mrs Brown had being my long-time costumer, she was an author, a best selling author at that...

"I don't just like it, I love it..." She smiled warmly at me.

The door to her office flew open and in came a very beautiful woman, who looked to be in her early thirties... She had red hair, and wrinkles around the corners of her very black eyes as she smiled.

"Amelia." Mrs Brown cheered excitedly as she stood up to give Amelia a warm friendly hug.

"Oh my God, Mrs Brown, you look so good." Amelia cheered too when they broke out of the hug.

Amelia's eyes came down to mine. "Hi there." She smiled.

"Hey... Um... Nice to meet you?" I was unsure of how to reply to her over friendly greetings, I mean... I didn't know this woman, so...

"Nice to meet you too, Aubrey." Amelia said.

I raised my brows at Mrs Brown, I didn't remember telling Amelia my name.

Mrs Brown took her seat, so did Amelia. Mrs Brown smiled at me and said. "Don't be surprised that Amelia here knows your name, she's a psychic."

My eyes widened.

A what? Do they even exist?

"We do..." Amelia responded.

To say I wasn't shocked or surprised would be a very gigantic lie.

"Um... I better go..  I'll see you soon-" I was getting up but-

"No, why don't you stay for a palm reading? It's free." Mrs Brown said.

"Uh... I don't- I don't really believe in that stuff." I said.

Amelia Chuckled. "Most people don't believe in it, but I can assure you, I'm not a cat fish..  I'm the real deal." Amelia said.

"Well, that's what a catfish would say." I muttered.

Mrs Brown laughed. "Come on Aubrey, just one reading, won't you like to know what your future holds?" She asked.

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