Ashes

Title: Ashes
Author: Ladyholder
Series Order: 5
Banner Art: None
Pairings: None
Word Count: 236
Rating: G
Betas: None
Warnings: None
Authors Note: The ashes of a broken trust are a bitter thing.

4.Safe

Being angry wasn’t helping much right how. Although the burn in his veins from the emotion was indeed heady stuff. It felt like he had tossed back a bottle of top quality Tequila in one huge burning gulp. Hugging the feeling to himself, he tried to keep it close, to savor it fully. Because he knew that the feelings under the anger were darker, more bitter flavored, and nowhere near as heady.

Putting his trust in someone, in anyone, had been the toughest part of being in Pegasus. Not the catfish faced vampire people, not the homicidal Amish, and definitely not the Ancients and their bad habit of leaving hazardous materials lying about. Trust. And having his trust shattered by the one person he thought he could count on most? Well that just meant that he wouldn’t be trusting anyone anytime soon.

Basic survival dictated that moving quickly made you a harder target to track and right now, he didn’t want to be found at all. Especially by certain people. People who would not be, could not be mentioned even in his own mind. Because if he thought about that person and what they had done, his Tequila flavored anger would just drain away and leave only the ashes and bitters behind.

“Oh, Colonel! Colonel”

Turning to face the man he had trusted the most, all John knew was the taste of ashes in his mind.

6.Unexpected Consequences

0 Comments:

  1. Well this certainly looks promising! I’m looking forward to reading more and learning what it is that actually makes John different, how he’ll figure it out and what he’ll do with that – and how Rodney comes into play.

  2. It’s trinity isn’t it ?
    John and the others were so unfair to Rodney.

  3. *whimpers* I hope John forgives rodney and learns to trust him again soon.

  4. Pingback: Safe | Ladyholder's Blog

  5. Pingback: Unexpected Consequences | Ladyholder's Blog

  6. Pingback: Being Different | Ladyholder's Blog

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.