Kev did not get the response he was hoping for.
Kev is utterly humiliated by Yvette’s laughter. He is the most furious he has ever been in his life, but he contains it.
Did he screw up this chance for wealth and happiness, or would the idea have always been ludicrous to her? He leaves the house, silently seething.
He returns to the old park, striding forcefully back to his bench, a scowl on his face. But when he sees his daughter, the pressure is released, and he lets out an incoherent scream of rage.
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