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Rose and Thorne 6 #25 (5.4) by Julie Lynn Hayes
“Hello?” Ethan listened intensely, but I couldn’t make out what Anderson was saying, try though I might. I just knew it couldn’t be good all things considered. Our boss wasn’t one for calling us in the middle of the night just to chitchat, especially when he knew we were on the job. The expression on Ethan’s face when he hung up only served to reinforce my suspicions.
“Looks like we aren’t flying out tomorrow after all,” he said.
“Then when?” I asked in as calm, cool, collected voice as I could muster. No sense in upsetting the subject of our
Garret Farm: Part 33 by J Ray Lamb
Sandy and Trent left Murphy’s office with a huge smile and a mission.
Murphy had asked them both to keep a look out for someone to replace Jason. Neither of them could believe that Jason was gone, yet neither was disappointed in the news. Trent had a couple of ideas of who talk to and Sandy knew of a couple of guys that were about to graduate that were gearheads and would love a job like Jason’s.
Trent headed back towards Sandy, “I suppose we have to get work done. Did you still have your laptop over at my place? …
“I insist you call Seedrah to investigate this,” Sloval said.
“He is,” Garjah said shortly. “Who do you think is outside looking for the launch source for the projectile orbs? This room should have been secure, with many different layers of checkpoints between here and any entrances or exits from the compound. Therefore he is investigating outside of the room, and I will handle the security matters inside.” Garjah crossed his upper arms. “Unless you have revoked my status publicly?”
They hadn’t, and we all knew it. Therefore the Kardoval had to let Garjah do his job or risk creating