“Do you want to add a mystery key?” The screen on the key machine asked.
Anita brushed a lock of jet black hair behind her ear and shrugged. It never hurt to have too many spare keys. The machine whirled back to life depositing another heavily against the rest. Anita reached down shoving the others into her pocket, and paused at the mystery key. It didn’t look like any key she’d ever seen before. The blade extended out twice the length and ended in a set of teeth on either side. Three loops entwined around the bronze bow and along its base a name had been engraved: Wainwright.
“Well, I guess they weren’t kidding about the mystery part.”
Just then, the buzz of her phone reminded her why she needed keys in the first place.
“Hey baby. Yeah, I got the keys. Be home soon,” she answered.
The gravel driveway crunched underneath the car as Anita pulled up. Sasha sat on the porch steps with an exasperated expression on her face. Before Anita could get out of the car, Sasha was already mid explanation.