warnings: theft, strong language, lots of genre and thigh grabbing, once lovers then strangers then back to lovers, possessive ong goes berserk, rough hands, liquor, cheesy as cheese
The loud vibration of the bass echoed inside your ear causing you to bob your head to the beat. You adjusted the mic closer to your lips, returning to the map displayed on your screen. You watched the red spot move in your screen then a voice said from the other line, “I’m in a blind spot.”
“Nine o’clock, there’s a narrow alleyway leading you back to the Oregan Street. Then take another turn after the third traffic light.” You ordered, but she objected, “Is there a shorter way to the Phany Toi Street in just a few turns?”
“Eleven o’clock, turn right to a green building, there’s a highway passage leading you to Kingstown Street. Take the bridge, it’ll bring you to a parking lot between Kingstown and Phany Toi. I’ll meet you there in ten.” You said whilst grabbing the notebook and shutting the systems down before locking your door. You rushed towards the black car twisting the key in its hole to start up the engine. You placed your netbook on top of your lap before pushing on the gas pedal, taking a rough left before kicking on the clutch and shifting the gear to a five.
You ended up in Leighton Road driving straight into tunnel, taking another right turn to the parking lot. Your partner met up with you at an instant, getting out of the car and into yours before shoving the bag at the backseat.
You heard the hum of wheels coming from the entrance so you quickly hit on the pedal and exited the parking lot; however, two cars blocked your way out the Leighton Road. You were about to turn back, but they’ve surrounded you in just a split second. You grabbed the bag as the both of you kicked the door open and ran towards the apartment. The men were shooting at your direction, but most of them missed, giving you more time as some of them reloaded their weapons.
You threw the bag to your partner who was a block away from you, then you jumped from the building before your toes planted itself on the ground rolling to stand back up on your legs. Only a few were able to catch up with you. You sprinted towards an open window of a hotel, but before you could leap you turned your head to see the man from behind.