Blaze and Josh "Are you sure that was her?' Josh asked Blaze as they sped down a back road. She nodded.
"Completely .and that was Zeke you where talking to." She slammed her fist into the dashboard and left a dent in the soft plastic. Josh growled, but kept his eyes on the road. "I can't believe I let her walk out. After what she did to Rydal " Blaze felt her shift creep up her spine and closed her eyes.
"Blaze " Josh warned.
"Shut up Josh." She growled, but took a deep breath and forced her bones to stay in place. The pain of refusing the change was deep, bone aching and left her drained. She curled up on the seat and stared at Josh. "This is so ridiculous." She mumbled as the car hummed beneath her. "It's pointless to hate her. We were friends once you know and my brother " Josh shifted gears and the car jerked slightly. Blaze closed her eyes.
Irony, whole other storyIt's peacefully quiet in the dusty building, and so far it hasn't been the house of horrors that I expected. I'm relaxed, but I keep to my training and carefully search the building. My goggles automatically switch to and from heat sensory mode and continue to count the distance from the jet. The distance continues to increase, but I don't worry. The building is moist and cool and feels great on my blistered skin. If I was a hybrid, I'd hide here too. I creep past a bathroom and catch a flash of tan. I flatten myself against the wall and pull a gun from my waist.
That didn't show up on the radar.
I peek around the door, gun first. A mirror reflects the dusty porcelain and my own dust caked clothes. I sigh and halter the gun, wanting to laugh at myself.
I wipe the thin brown coat from the mirror and stare at my bronzed reflection. No fur is sprouting from my pores, and my facial features are those of skin and bones 18 year old girl.
Well, I suppose