Just Say Yes...Nick didn't know exactly why he decided to do it, but he did. He gathered up as much courage and nerve as he could and swung his legs over the edge of the bed, standing up slowly. The con's greenish-gray eyes flicked around the small room, flitting over the window at the far wall.
A pale light filtered through the dusty window, signaling the approach of dawn. Nick figured if he was gonna do this, that now was the best time. After all, today might be the day they were getting rescued.
The con man left his room to quickly descend downstairs, where Ellis was keeping guard. He made sure to not wake Coach, who was asleep in the room at the top of the staircase, or Ro, who was asleep on couch in the living just by the stair's bottom step.
Nick stopped when he saw the thin, hunched over form of Ellis sitting by the front door. He inhaled slowly, mentally preparing himself, as he walked over, footsteps muffled by the carpeted floor.
Ellis jumped up, seeing Nick approach him quietly. Blue eyes