Human Target: Llama Kiss
HUMAN TARGET: LLAMA KISS
Written by Diane N. Tran, with Abri Isgrig and Lindsey Hartley
Junior dropped the airline magazine from his view, as he let out a bored sigh. These long flights back from missions were always boring. After a three-day mission of running around and enjoying that ever-familiar, life-gratifying adrenaline rush, sitting around in a plane was not something his legs wanted to do.
Stretching, his eyes lazily scanned the plane, not really taking anything in... Until his eyes took in a tiny tuff of white hair sticking out of the satchel his friend had left on the ground in front of his seat. Blinking, Junior stared at it for a long, uncertain minute, contemplating whether or not he should indulge his interest. Pursing his lips, Junior rubbed his fingers anxiously, as his curiosity finally got the be
Human Target: Promises KeptHuman Target: Promises Kept5 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
HUMAN TARGET: PROMISES KEPT
Written by Abri Isgrig and Diane N. Tran
It had been months since he'd spoken to Baptiste over the phone, but Guerrero couldn't get the man's voice out of his head. He had taken every possible precaution he could think of, but was it enough? Something just didn't feel right, and he couldn't put his finger on it.
He closed his eyes and could hear the words echo clearly in his ear:
HE'S THE ONE PERSON YOU WOULD NEVER TURN AGAINST. NOT YET, ANYWAY. NOT UNTIL YOU'VE LOST EVERYTHING.Guerrero's fingers pinched the pain between his tightened brow.OH, BY THE WAY, I NEVER GOT A CHANCE TO CONGRATULATE YOU ON BECOMING A FAMILY MAN. HOW OLD IS THE LITTLE ONE RIGHT NOW?He grimaced. His fingernails dug crescents into his palm and his hand began to shake.YOU KNOW, WHEN WE'RE FINISHED WITH YOU, YOU'RE GOING TO BEG TO RETURN TO THE FOLD.