Hostage

Hostage
A Terran Empire story

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Hostage
A Terran Empire story

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even chance the car itself held something useful, this far from any settlements. He checked, finding more blankets and rations, a military- issue medikit -- and the jackpot, a fusion lamp/stove combination. He grinned, lighting the lamp and stacking his fresh loot inside the cave entrance, then finished programming the car and sent it on its way.

It lifted off, climbing to well above treetop height, then oriented itself to a heading that would take it -- if it didn't blow itself up or get shot down first -- to the Planetary Palace an hour or so after dawn. Dave listened until it was out of hearing range, then carried his finds further into the cave and braced himself to check the Ranger's condition. First he cleaned his patient's face, recognizing him as soon as he'd washed the blood off: Esteban Tarlac, newest and youngest of the Emperor's personal representatives and troubleshooters. Then he started pulling Tarlac's uniform shirt off, trying not to get sick as the wounds were exposed. When he had it

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Boring, boring, boring, boring. I could go on, but I think you get the point. This story is nothing more than a teen taking care of an injured space ranger. Nothing more. Period. No plot, no point to the story. Total waste of time.
Interesting short story. I enjoyed the premise but found the gory details of the beating taken by the "ranger" to be unnecessary. Great for a young teenager.
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FEATURED AUTHOR - Christine Miles is a full-time writer living in Albuquerque, New Mexico. An avid reader and writer since elementary school, her passion for literature inspired her to pursue a BA in English and an MA in Creative Writing. She writes YA and Adult Contemporary Romances with sassy, independent heroines and swoony heroes who love them for their strength. When not writing romances, she loves traveling, binge-watching shows on streaming apps, reading mysteries and thrillers, listening to music, and… Read more