Anne blinked away her scowl like she was on a long road trip, and sleep threatened to stop her for the night. On the way to the address provided by Major Globe, Anne sat in macabre silence her brain trying to figure out how to warn Massey of the impending danger. 985 more words
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Anne played her part masterfully. She pulled in contacts, set meetings, offered a cash reward. They would find Joaquin soon, she assured Silas and Globe. They just had to wait for word to roll through the dents and cracks filling the city. 1,030 more words
It's not always sunshine and hot dogs in Anne's world. After all supervillains have her on speed dial.
The lash of the rain was harsh against her face, the droplets like needles against her skin as she ran. Knee-high streaks of wheat, drowned in the downpour earlier, lolled via the rushing she made as she slipped on fresh mud, white sneakers dipped from sole to laces. 1,161 more words
The first thing Massey did was watch Anne’s hair flow in the brief wind, the color catching light from the street lamps and turning auburn. She was buzzing with anger. 1,061 more words
Nuclear shadows and ambulances, a race against time, against people with powers that can alter time. What could possibly go wrong for Detective Massey?
This night felt like the longest one Globe had ever experienced. In his brain resided a constant storm and no drink quenched his thirst. He needed answers, not alcohol. 1,032 more words
When the villain think he's doing the right thing, a Blue Moon comes up on the sky. Doctor Globe is in for a shock!
Joaquin drove without a direction just building speed, gaining a head start. But to where? Soon enough the black SUV was maneuvering between cars, wheels screeching on the asphalt, rushing to catch up with him. 1,117 more words
When you realize nothing can hurt you do you fear or do you cheer? Ask Joaquin how he feels!