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S.T.A.R #2: Vampires

Novel By: writinglover
Gay and lesbian



The team is back, with a case that might be too dangerous for even their expertise. When Alex's team is sent to investigate a case of vampire killings, it is not the ancient bloodsuckers they are after, but the mysterious man who is assisting the agents.Alex's team is to find out who he is, and what his intentions are. View table of contents...


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Submitted:Sep 7, 2010    Reads: 90    Comments: 2    Likes: 1   


On their first day off Bailey held Alex back from leaving their room. Looking into his eyes, Bailey smiled slightly. Taking Alex's hand, he pulled him over to the bed. Once they were comfortable, he looked at his lover again.

"Something has been bothering you. What is it? Did I do something?" He asked, snuggling up next to the other man.

Alex sighed, looking at him. "Things are just tense, that's all. It was nothing you did, and it has nothing to do with us," he said, hating to lie to him, but knowing he had to. "We should go do something," he grinned at Bailey, kissing him lightly. "Just the two of us."

Bailey smiled, searching his eyes. "Okay, sounds wonderful. What did you have in mind?"

"I'm not sure, yet," Alex pulled him closer. "Do you have any ideas?"

Bailey thought for a moment, then grinned. "Have you ever gone paintballing?"

Alex looked surprised. "No, I haven't. It sounds fun, though."

Bailey grinned. "Cool. I'll find out what time the park opens. We could go alone together, or invite the rest of the team. It doesn't matter to me."

Alex nodded. "That could be a nice opportunity to get to know some of the guys better. After that, we could split from them and go get something to eat," he smiled at Bailey. "With all that has been going on recently, it seems like we haven't really had any time together. I just feel like I'm not being fair to you."

Bailey was quiet for a moment, then he kissed Alex softly. "Don't worry about that. Things will settle down, once we finish this case."

"I know," Alex said, grabbing some jeans and pulling them on. "We had better go tell the other guys what we're doing, and find out what time we're going."

Bailey smiled. "Yeah, let's."

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For the rest of the day, the team enjoyed themselves, relaxing after the last few days of searching for the mystery man. When they had finished paintballing, Will pulled the others aside. "We should go get something to eat." He glanced at Alex and Bailey. "Are you going to join us, or go by yourselves?" He was able to say this in front of the rest of the team, since they were fine with their relationship.

Alex grinned. "I think we're going to ditch you guys, this time." He looked at Bailey, who nodded.

Will smiled at them. "Okay. We'll see you back at the base, then."

"Do you all have your guns with you? You never know when you might run into vampires," Alex knew he was not on the clock, but he couldn't help checking on his team.

"Yeah, we have them," Will held up his gun. "You guys be careful, too."

"We will," Alex looked at Bailey, who was already leaning against his bike. "Let's go eat, baby."

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They went to the closest Olive Garden, spending time talking and reconnecting with each other. When they were both done, they left the restaurant. Alex felt uneasy as soon as they walked out, and pulled his gun. Staying alert, they walked out the bike. Bailey kept his gun out as they rode, ready for anything.

As they were nearing the base, they saw something run in front of them. It did not look quite human, but was similar. Alex parked his bike, glancing at Bailey. The speedster still had his gun out and he was very focused.

Alex radioed his brother, telling him there was something odd going on. Will agreed to be there as soon as possible.

Alex turned to Bailey. "Do you think you can catch it? If so, I can stun it with my electricity."

Bailey smiled at him grimly. "I'm sure I can catch it if I know which way it went."

Alex looked around. "I think it headed into the trees. Maybe we should wait for the others, though."

Bailey shook his head. "If it's a vampire, it might find a victim by the time the others get here."

Alex nodded, knowing he was right. "Okay, but be careful. I love you."

Bailey kissed him quickly. "I love you, too," he said, disappearing in a blur.

He ran in the direction he had seen the vampire, but did not see anything. He slowed down, paying attention to the tracks. Changing direction, he saw something dark and started to go over to it. He stopped when he saw glowing, green eyes. As far as he knew, vampires did not have glowing eyes. That was something that would make them stand out, and, as creatures of the night, they could not afford that.

As he approached the figure slowly, it turned to him and hissed loudly. "Stay back," the man ordered, turning his attention to something deeper in the trees. He ran silently, then jumped up into a tree. Climbing higher, he leaned out over the edge. While Bailey watched, the man jumped down silently, but quickly. Bailey heard an unearthly scream, then silence as the vampire fell to the ground.

Alex radioed Bailey, asking him if he was okay. He answered that he was fine, but couldn't talk. Drawing his gun, he pointed it at the man. "Don't move, or it'll be the last thing you do. Who are you, and why are you helping us?"





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