I followed behind Sang Qi's car, as discreetly as I could, but all the while worrying that I might be following behind him too far and losing his track.
Thankfully, there was a lot of traffic, and I was able to blend in with the rest of the cars on the road so as to not raise too much suspicion.
Coming up to a red light, there was only one car between his car and mine. Through the windshield of the car in front of me, I was able to see even a glimpse of the back of his head, the black thicket that covered it.
From how he looked from the back, he didn't look any different than how he was two years ago, but his eyes changed. Now, there was something in his eyes that made me afraid to meet his eyes.
After many twists and turns, Sang Qi's car finally stopped in front of a house in a smaller and more secluded neighborhood. I stopped my car a distance away, and kept myself out of sight until I saw he went inside the door.
My heart pounded as I peered through the bushes around the garden like before, but this time there was no one outside.