I bit my lip, trying to concentrate on the road ahead of me instead of glancing over to the passenger seat. My eyes strayed for a moment and when I looked back at the road, I had to swerve slightly to avoid going onto the sidewalk. Goddamn, I had to learn to keep my feelings in check or I was going to get us killed.
"You tired? I can take over for a bit if you want, or we could find somewhere to stop for the night?" Jack offered, probably concerned over my latest careless swerve.
I shook my head, not trusting myself to speak without careful thought for fear of what would come out of my mouth. "I'm okay, thanks. I just thought I saw something in the corner of my eye." Was I always such a terrible liar?
"Well, okay then." Jack replied, sounding unconvinced. Silence lapsed over us again, comfortable and relaxing, the only noise from the quiet purr of the engine in the moonlit night. After about half an hour, Jack spoke up again. "Mind if I switch the radio on for a little while? You know