Bruins in Space
Here’s the thing.
Brad’s done a lot of questionable shit in his time. He’s stolen everything from trinkets to precious gems to Federation cargo; worked in teams, with syndicates or gone solo on planets, City Ships and Battlecruisers. For the right price there’s nowhere you couldn’t get him to go - or nothing you couldn’t get him to steal.
But as soon as he sees the guys face he knows this is in an offer he won’t be accepting.
- Part 1 of Bruins in Space
The holo-chip, as inconspicuous as it looked, was shaping up to be something of a death wish, and if there was one thing Torey wasn't ready to do it was die. Not today.
Instead, he was going to it this off on someone who’d probably have the wiles to lead whoever wanted the damned thing on a wild enough goosechase that Torey wouldn’t have to worry about being murdered in his sleep.
- Part 2 of Bruins in Space
In less than a week Patrice will graduate.
It’s not something Brad has spent much time thinking about, because of course he will. He’s Patrice Bergeron, one of the brightest and most talented cadets to ever pass through the academy. He’ll graduate with merits, a personal congratulations from the Commissioner General, a first year commission on one of the top of the line ships with a contract for at least a five year mission.
And Brad is happy for him, really he is.
- Part 3 of Bruins in Space