White Holes [Cassian Andor] IV
A couple of days after their date Lya still hadn’t seen or heard of Cassian Andor. He had been so persistent to take her out that she couldn’t help but be taken back when he just vanished out of her life.
“How was your date with Captain Andor?” Her nurses/apprentices Lux and Adair asked eagerly.
“Oh,” Lya coughed caught off guard by the question. She shoved her hands into her pockets and shrugged in an attempt to play it cool. “It was alright. I don’t think it will happen again.”
“What? Why?” Lux asked dramatically. “He seemed almost lovesick when he was here!”
Once again Lya shrugged. “What can I say? Men,” she shook her head. “One day they want to date a doctor, the next they want- who knows what.”
“Hey!” Adair protested. “Women are just about the same,” he looked at Lux warily. The tension between them was obvious. She seemed oblivious to th
White Holes [Cassian Andor] III
It was Captain Andor’s worst nightmare.
Everything that could possibly go wrong on their first date had gone wrong.
To begin with, he had gotten to the medical building late to which Lya had not taken well.
“Wait- wait!” he caught her just as she was leaving the building.
“Twenty minutes late,” she had said doubtfully shaking her head. A habit he realized she often did.
She wasn’t wearing her white coat. Instead, her hair was loose brushing just above her shoulders, and she had decided to wear a light layer of makeup.
“I’m sorry I’m late-” He began. She continued walking with her head held high. “Twenty-minutes…” she clicked her tongue not stopping. “Por favor- You look beautiful by the way, I mean-you always do, but more so today-”
She rolled her eyes to look at him. Despite her annoyance, she wore the smallest of smiles on her face.
He came to a sudden ha
White Holes [Cassian Andor] II
Dr. Lya Stryker brought a hand to her face and pinched the bridge of her nose in irritation. She was a professional for the Force’s sake. She didn’t have to deal with this, dare she say a type of harassment! Her mood was irked and foul. That man was something else. From what Lya had heard about him, Captain Andor’s reputation did somewhat proceed him. Despite his redundant questioning, he was a quiet man. It was rare for him to slip her any personal information even if she was his medic. To put it in simple terms he was a man of practicality, and from what she knew he wasn’t one to beat around the bush. He didn’t have many friends from what she could tell. His room was always empty of visitors. He appeared to be a no-nonsense kind of man who always got to the point.
The only individual that would be in the room often was a rebooted Imperial droid named K-2SO or Kaytoo. It had been weeks, and the man remained under pretenses of feeling unwell. T
White Holes [Cassian Andor] I
The sun rose to see another day on the moon also known as, Yavin 4, and so did the injured man in the medical ward's bed. He could feel his whole body aching. He felt as if he had just been torn up, shredded and consumed by the wilderness of the galaxy. He opened his dry mouth in an attempt to speak, instead came out a painful groan.
His free hand reached for his stomach which he clenched in horrendous pain. He couldn't remember what had happened. The last thing his memory had recollected was the almost ship crash as he was doing an emergency landing back at the Rebel base. He had been lucky to avoid one of those massive pyramids that the ancient Massassi had built on this moon.
"Ah, you have woken." A smooth voice said from somewhere in the room.
He found himself momentarily blinded by the bright light above; his eyes focused on a blurry figure before him. He suddenly felt a strange sensation. As a cold hand on his burning forehead. He couldn't help but initially flinch at the foreign
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