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“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
Rose and Thorne 6 #26 (6.1) by Julie Lynn Hayes
I wondered if maybe Ethan would change his mind about this proposed road trip the next morning, in the cold hard light of day. But I guess his anger with James hadn’t abated overnight, so at eight AM we were all up, packing our bags into the car and getting ready to head out for Georgia. I’d never appreciate the luggage rack on top of the car before, but I surely did now.
We dropped Benny off with Brendan, along with his assorted toys and food. Of course introductions were in order, but we kept them as brief as we could without appearing rude, but Brendan understood we needed to get on the road as soon as possible. He was just tickled to meet little Alex and oohed and aahed over him as much as he could. Sarah was disappointed that Troy wasn’t there, once she realized we actually meant the Troy McGarrett, well-known Hollywood heartthrob.