1 Work by SumOfAllThings in Dirk Gently - Douglas Adams
21 May 2018
Dirk was not a coward.
He really wasn’t, despite the way others tended to mock and harass him, instinctively realising he wouldn’t retaliate. It was true he didn’t react well to violence and aggression, but avoiding potential harm hardly made him craven, especially when it so regularly sought him out. And hiding crouched inside a wardrobe with his arms over his head and his eyes firmly squeezed shut definitely didn’t make him cowardly. Especially when faced with one of the most psychotic alphas he’d ever met.
“Come on out Icarus,” Priest cooed, his tone soft and terrifyingly menacing.
He was too close. Far too close.
There was absolutely no way Dirk would voluntarily go to Priest, even if it meant the agent might show him some small measure of leniency. Nope, he was just going to stay exactly where he was, huddled in a silent ball of misery and, rather heroically in his opinion, not break into hysterical sobs of terror.
Because hello, not a coward.