By Amy J. Fetzer
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Over the radio, the Georgian military warned the fighter jet to turn back immediately or be shot down. 50-caliber machine gun at the pilot. He fired off a hundred rounds just to get his attention, and the jet banked, returning to Chechen airspace. He sank to the chopper floor, breathing hard. Helluva day. He shut the door. “Remind me to spank you for that, Viva,” Sam said into the quiet of headphones. ” Sam groaned, and Sebastian chuckled. Poor guy. Yet he understood Viva’s need for a little thrill seeking.
But that’s where it ended. Last seen with a ponytail of dark hair, Mills’s head was shaved clean and sported several cuts. A couple were still glossy with fresh blood. At least he hoped it was fresh. The guy hadn’t moved a fraction, yet Sebastian felt every hard shiver working up his own body. His toes were already numb. He motioned to Sam and they covered the circumference, then in his peripheral, he saw Mills’s fingers twitch. ” A sound came, strangled, desperate. Mills kept his head down. ” Always a plus, he thought, exchanging a smile with Sam and moving to face Mills.
Mills was pleased with whatever the guy said, but Vasili looked embarrassed, like a punished child. S. support in their fight against Russia if he didn’t cooperate. Political bastards didn’t need to be in this now. Not when they turned their backs after the failed ransom drop. Sebastian had the sneaking suspicion they’d just been used. Then Suit crossed to them and Dragon One closed ranks. “You don’t have any authority to shut us down,” Sebastian said. Suit gave a derisive smirk. “National security says otherwise.
Damage Control by Amy J. Fetzer