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LOYALTY

Short Story #11

Glassy green eyes met icy gray ones across the mahogany desk, the only thing separating the men and the thickening atmosphere in the small, but cramped room.

β€œThis can only work one way,” the goon in the blue powder suit from behind the desk rose to his full height thinking that it would send a threat to the man still seated in the ugly plush green chair. The gray-eyed man didn’t flinch. He just sat there with a smirk on his stern, but handsomeΒ face that the goon wished he could wipe off with just a backhand slap, but he had heard things about this Monsieur. β€œYou have to agree with my terms otherwise the deal is off.”

Jean-Pierre Papin sadistically smiles. β€œI work only for money. If you want loyalty, get a dog.”

β€œThey say you are the best!”

β€œAnd I am the best, but I don’t work on your terms. I work on mine. If you think you can do the job better than me, then you have no need for my help.”

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