Derek stared up at the sky and vaguely wondered how it could have managed to get any darker. He watched the rain come down like so many tiny shards of sleet. He closed his eyes and let it pelt his face. There was no point in chasing her. He'd been dumb enough to leave his car out front and she'd grabbed his set of keys on her way out the door. She was so quick he could almost believe she'd planned it. The only problem with that scenario was the fact she had no way of knowing he'd parked out front rather than in the garage as he always did. By the time he got her car out of the garage to go after her, she could have vanished in any direction. He had no idea where she might go. All he could do was wait and hope she quickly came to her senses and slowed down before something happened. Nothing for him to do but give her time to cool off and see reason. Maybe then, they could discuss the problem like two adults. Derek reluctantly stepped back into the house and eased the door closed.