A/N: This is for my Randy lovers.
Randy stirred when he felt the warmth of the sun hit his face. Looking over at the sleeping blonde, he was certain he never caught her name. Easing his way out of bed, his cell phone rang. He silently cursed before answering it.
"This better be good." He grumbled.
"I've got a job for you."
"I'm listening..." Randy said. His face slowly went from disinterested to enthralled. Barely a minute passed before he got off the phone. He put on his shirt and grabbed his things when the blonde began waking up.
"That's it?" She asked. Randy sighed and pulled a few bills from his wallet.
"Relax, you're gonna give yourself a stroke one of these days." Randy said as he walked through the mall.
"Don't worry about me, you just worry about gettin' the job done." His boss ordered.
"No worries, I'm looking dead at it." Randy said as he kept his eyes on a young woman with long brown hair.
"Good. Keep it that way."
"I always do." Randy said before he ended the call. He kept a safe distance between himself and the girl as she walked through the food court.
"Hi dad." She said as she answered the phone.
"Hey sweetie, how are ya?" Her father asked.
"I'm good, just doin' a little shopping." She said as she eyed a pretzel stand.
"Good, good. Listen, your mother and I are going to the lake house for the weekend and we'd love to have ya." He said.
"Yeah, that'd be great." She smiled.
"Alright, sounds good. See ya Saturday baby."
"Bye dad." She said before she put her phone back in her purse. A little black dress in a shop window caught her eye as she made her way down the nearly empty corridor. She walked up to the window, smiling and admiring the dress. Looking at little closer at the window, she was positive she saw the reflection of a man behind her. His eyes looked dangerous as he towered over her. She spun around but saw no one.
"My damn imagination..." She muttered after she let out a deep breath.
Randy walked around the corner, rubbing the back of his neck. Long dark hair, a scent like heaven, the sweetest face he'd ever seen. She was beautiful, it was a shame he was going to kill her.