so she comes in like thunder
Sure, the lights are a little dim and the crowd can be a little rough, but Angie’s been here before and it’s nothing she can’t handle. And with Peggy by her side, they’ll be just fine. (Unless Mrs. Fry smells the booze on them and bars them from ever entering her lobby again.)
Angie has the inkling Peggy could sneak them in through a drainage pipe if they had to. She’s not stupid, and she’s seen Peggy crawling up the fire escape past curfew more than once.
Peggy never stops surprising Angie.
- Part 1 of so she comes in like thunder
Peggy is not drunk when she looks down at her watch and sees that it’s half-past two. In fact, she sobered up rather quickly when she stared up at the brick wall two minutes earlier and realized that her right arm was virtually useless after pinning down several grown men in an arm wrestling competition, making the task ahead almost impossible.
In which Peggy has to sneak a not-so-sober Angie Martinelli into the Griffith after hours.
- Part 2 of so she comes in like thunder
The moment Angie gets back into her own room, heart pounding like a drum in her rib cage, she deadbolts the door and brings her hands to run through her hair.
God, she didn’t know she had that in her.
Oh, God, why did she do that?
With Angie roiling in the aftermath of her actions on the fire escape, Peggy must sort out her own feelings. Among other things, there's a trained assassin on the loose, Miriam Fry is out to get Peggy, and Daniel Sousa won't stop asking her out on dates.
- Part 3 of so she comes in like thunder