It took another two day to close all the case files, thanks to Emera, who wanted to have everything done the most precise way possible.
Bryce sighed as he figuratively measured the pile of paper he had to go through until he could go out of his office and get a beer.
It was the last day before the weekend, which didn't help raise Bryce's morale even a little bit. Working overtime at Friday? Who does that?
Knock on his office's door disturbed the thoughts of the earth dragon.
"Come in," said Bryce in his usual deep tone, maybe even deeper that time.
The one who entered was Adine and she had someone else with her.
"Hey, big guy," she said in a happy tone, waving one of her wings at Bryce in friendly manner.
"You know, you shouldn't call me like that. We are not kids anymore, Adine," replied Bryce. Strangely enough, he couldn't remember Adine when he first met her at the crime scene during the Reza investigation. After that, it was like someone had flickered the light on. He used to hang