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 - Season 1 - Episode 17
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Will needed to think. He needed to gather the thoughts flying around in his mind. Will was second in command. The only authority that beat his was Kieran’s. That’s why the d--n family hated him so much. Will sat down at one of the tables in the garden. After his authority came the four men that he and Kieran lovingly dubbed the “Four Commanders.” The affairs were split into four groups: money, personnel, P.R., and goods.

The house had something similar to an Executive Board. What happened under the Commanders watch was up to them.

They had their own ranking system under their own category. Of the four men, three were related to Kieran. Brennan and Fynn were Kieran’s cousins. Nolan was Kieran’s uncle. But Riley, who was in charge of personnel, had worked his way up. Kieran was fond of Riley the most.

They were all supposed to have a meeting soon to discuss the state of affairs. Will wanted them to take the warehouse into account.

After a few minutes of thinking in the garden, Will felt like bashing his head in. He had never tried to run things without Kieran. And where the hell was Murphy? Murphy had taken to following Will around a few years back, so Will began to assign Murphy things to do. Murphy became Will’s unofficial assistant. Where the hell was he now? Will was royally screwed.

His cell phone rang out some random techno beat. The Commanders would frequently call Will for help and instruction. He was surprised how dull they could be. Kieran had told Will once that he had a knack for this. That’s why he was so high in command. Half the time it seemed like common sense to Will though. His phone said Brennan was calling.




“What?”
Will answered. He was aggravated and didn’t feel like trying to do everyone else’s job for them. Brennan sensed his foul mood.


“Hey Will, I was just wondering if you could assist me at the docks. New cargo is coming in.”


Will closed his eyes and let his head fall onto the rod-iron table in front of him.


“What is the problem?”

“It’s the Russian cargo.”


Will understood now.

The Russians could be tricky little b------s.


“Yeah. I’ll meet you there soon. The usual dock?”
“Yeah.”
“Okay.”
Will hung up the phone. He walked quickly around the house to the spot he had parked his Yamaha bike. The more he thought about it though, the more he convinced himself Brennan should be able to take care of this. The Russians could be tricky; but then again, Brennan was a devious little b-----d too- which is why he got to oversee the goods in the first place.


Will put on his helmet and his jacket and got on his bike. The roads in the area were pretty open, since Kieran lived on the outskirts of the city. Once in the city, it was a different story, but Will was headed to the docks. It took him around the city. So the roads weren’t usually blocked up with traffic or aggressive drivers, which could promote speeding. Will had his mind on other matters too, which caused a deadly situation. Hindsight is 20/20. Since it was pretty close to the city, wildlife was usually limited.


It just had to be a d--n cat. When the cat ran straight into Will’s path, he jerked the handle bars to the right from pure reflex. He sq££zed his eyes closed and cursed very loudly. Will’s bike headed to the right while Will’s body kept traveling forward. He flew a few hundred feet, hit the ground rolling, and when his speed decreased, his body slid another few feet on the pavement.

When Will opened his eyes, things were fuzzy, like he had a thin layer of cotton taped over his eyes. He blinked a few times and things came into focus. There was a voice that slowly came into focus as well.


“Don’t try to move!”

Will completely ignored the advice. He reached up and touched his face. He should have worn his face mask today. The right side of his face was fine. He reached over to the other side. It burned when he touched it. He winced and pulled his hand away.

There was a dull throbbing in his left wrist and pain in his chest when he breathed. Will was on his side. He rolled over to his back.


“Sir, sir…don’t move.”


Will looked into the worried face of a middle-aged woman.


“I’m fine,”
he said, trying to sit up. A shooting pain exploded in his chest, sending him right back down to the ground. He gasped in pain.

When the paramedics came, they gave him some gas, which made him blackout during the ride to the hospital. He came to again in a hospital bed. It was similar to before, when everything had been fuzzy. He blinked. His left wrist was wrapped in bandages, and he found that his chest was wrapped too when he looked down his hospital gown. Will also had a pounding headache. Dumbass cat.

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