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Rebecca's pov

"Thank you."

I said to the man who helped me lay my suitcase in the boot of the taxi which was supposed to take me to my father's estate.

Settled inside the taxi, I took off my glasses as the engine of the taxi roared to life. The minute it began to move, I relaxed on the seat.

I actually wanted to see everything at the same time, I hadn't been to Orlando since I was five, and everything here had changed from how I remembered it.

I came back for my sister's wedding, and once it was done, I'd have to fly back to New York city because of my restaurant business.

I haven't seen anywhere yet but I was beginning to miss the place already.

"You don't look like you're from around here?" The taxi driver asked, glancing at me from his mirror.

I gave a small smile. "I actually am, but I don't stay around."

"Oh, Orlando's a beautiful place." The taxi driver smiled.

"I can see that." I returned the smile politely.

I looked through the window and indeed, Orlando was a very beautiful place, it also looked busy, I wondered if my father's estate had changed? How would he react when he sees me?

Worry clouded my cheerful face. My Dad and I weren't exactly the best of buddies.

Sixteen years ago, my Mom and Dad went through a heartbreaking divorce and my dad begged me to stay with him and my sister, but I couldn't leave my mom at a time like that, so I decided to stay with my mom.

Mom was heart broken for some time, but soon, she got over it. The only thing was, she never dated. She and I managed the restaurant business, I tried to convince her to come with me but she said and I quote. "Someone's got to manage the business.
You go, give April my best wishes." I knew my mom was scared that April wouldn't want her there but I was quite sure that April would be glad to have four of us at the wedding.

The Taxi started to jerk forward with a little force, "Is everything okay?" I asked the taxi driver.

"Err, not really, the car's about to break down." The man gave a nervous laugh.

Finally, he parked the car Infront of a busy shop, actually we were still in the busy streets. "Is it serious?" I asked him.

"Not really, I'll check it out, and then we'll be outta here in no time." The man assured, getting out of the car.

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