False Accusations: A Suspensful BWWM Romance (Cheaters Never Prosper #2)
by Aza Reece
After her roommate goes missing, Angela finds herself in deeper trouble than being accused of cheating on a college exam. Will she and her sexy teacher be able to clear her name before Angela is behind bars for good?
"How did she die?" I asked softly.
"It seems as though she was burnt to death. There's nothing left but ash."
"If there's nothing but ash, how did they know it was her?"
"Well apparently, your ex Devon went to the police station and filed a missing persons report for her. So she was already in the database. And yesterday while some of the workers at the trash yard were separating the trash bags; one of the trash bags tore open and half of a skull fell out. The cops were called. They came and collected the bags that were filled with what looked like ash. They took it to the labs to get DNA and they found out that it was Sherise's DNA."
"Are you serious?"
"Yea. They questioned Devon and he told them about the fight. They got in touch with her Mom and told her what happened. She's not too happy with you right now."
"Me!?!? What did I do?" I exclaimed.
"Well according to Devon, you were the last one that saw her alive. So unfortunately you're the first on the list of suspects."
"Marguerite you know damn well I haven't seen or talked to Sherise since I kicked her out my house."
"I know that, but the police don't know that. And that brings me to why I'm calling."
"Ok. What's up?"
"The police want to talk to you. They want to meet you at the house."
I shook my head in denial. "Marguerite I'm not going back to that house." I replied.
"I'm sorry Baby Girl, but you're going to have to. You don't have a choice. It's either you talk to them at the house or at the precinct."
"Why am I even on the list? And wait a minute, I wasn't the last one that saw her alive. Devon was. When I kicked them out, Devon was with her."
"Well then you need to tell the cops that. Because with the house burning down they're saying you have a bigger motive then anyone."
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