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The wolf burst out laughing, his cerulean blue eyes twinkling with amusement. “I love how you make everything sound so perfectly innocent, Annie, even when you’re moving chess pieces across a board. It will be our pleasure to have you visit with us while you await Mac.”She gave him another small smile, allowing him to escort her from the study. If only he knew that she was terrified of being left alone right now. The earlier grief that had numbed her soul the night before was still there, ready to overwhelm her if she wasn’t fully occupied. She needed company around her now, as they began what would likely be the long wait for some news of what was happening in Europe. Still, she wasn’t upset that he thought she was up to something. There was nothing wrong with keeping other people guessing.Another urgent Council meeting? This is becoming tiresome.” Sasha’s softly spoken words were cold, her deep blue eyes bordering on black as she frowned down the opposite end of the ornate dais.The Escorts Gatwick was in session, and for once, the brooding presence of Demetri Bozic wasn’t in attendance. His wife and mate, Mara, was safely tucked away between the Romanov twins as was customary at the other end of the large table. Emily was braced between Mara and Stephan, with Cristoph, William, and Corinne taking the next three seats as was the usual makeup of the less intractable members.Following more traditional rules, the Council still sat in order of allegiance, the six closest to the left hand side of the dais looking outward, being those aligned with the Were Pack alliance. The remaining members were more conservative, less tolerant of the alliance with the wolves. Sasha was always in the latter half of the dais…today she was at the very end of the long table.The Council demanded to be informed immediately of anything further happening with regards the Amort poison. Now you want to complain when we accede to your demands?” It was Alexei who spoke, his tone cold and derogatory. His thoughts were still on his daughter who has been gone for a few hours now. He didn’t have any patience to deal with Sasha and her cronies.The wolves have found a cure?” William asked, his green eyes turning to look to his left. His wide shoulders tilted ever so slightly away from Sasha, making it more than obvious that he didn’t care for the white-haired woman very much.My daughter found the cure,” Alexei answered, pride turning his tone smug. “The antidote is being synthesised at the moment, so we need to inform the others of the threat and set up some form of clinic so that those who require the antidote can receive it.”He shot a withering glance in Sasha’s direction. “I take it you will be one of the first to be inoculated?”Her eyes darkened and fury crossed her beautiful face, however, it was Claude who spoke, flicking a long reddish-blond strand of hair behind his shoulder. “Naturally it is only sensible that ALL Council members receive this inoculation. How are we to lead our people if we do not do so by example?”Which translates into you’re all shit scared of dying,” Andrei muttered, his smile containing no humour. “You don’t want to have anything to do with the wolves but when it comes to having your asses being saved, suddenly they’re your new best friends.”Squabbling among ourselves isn’t very productive,” Escorts Gatwick sighed, rolling her shoulders to try to release some of her tenseness. Having Demetri present at these meetings was often a nightmare, however today she would have killed to have him lurking in the background. The tension was so high, she wasn’t sure that an actual physical fight wouldn’t break out. Alexei and Andrei were spoiling for one, and only Demetri or Caleb could keep them in check when their beasts were so close to the surface.Trying to diffuse the situation, she smiled at William and looked to his companion, Corrine. The other woman’s expression was more curious that anything else, and that boded well. “We need a liaison with the wolves, someone to direct the setting up of the clinic and keeping a record of who is inoculated. Corinne, would you be willing to do that?”
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For the barest fraction of a second, green eyes slid to the male at her side who stared straight ahead, and then Corrine nodded her head. “I would have thought one of you would have preferred to oversee such an undertaking,” she answered. “Though, I have no issue with performing the task, if required.””Our time will be taken up with other tasks,” Alexei replied. “Last night the European vampires attacked the Armand-Hanlon pack and tried to kill two of our members. We are needed there until such times the threat has been neutralised.””They what?” Stephan growled, fury blazoning from his hazel eyes. “Just who the fuck are these upstarts that they come onto our home territory and think they can attack us?””They attacked a wolf pack, Stephan,” Piers snorted, refusing to be intimated by the low growl that escaped Andrei’s lips at his words. “Yes, you have cast your allegiance with the wolves, Andrei, and Caleb has given his edict to the Council that they are not to be harmed. This attack is from no vampire aligned to this Escorts Gatwick, and while none of our kind here will break Caleb’s edict, that does not mean that we will simply rush to protect the wolves from other attacks.”Andrei rose slowly, a flash of fury glinting from his eyes before all emotion suddenly vanished from his expression.”Alexei…” Mara whispered, her breath catching as the one she called to in a bid to try to subdue his brother was rising with an equally terrifying expression on his face.”…And nor would we ask you to…”All heads whipped around to the main doors, Mara’s shoulders slumping with relief as not only Demetri, but also Caleb strode into the room. Her husband immediately went to the twins’ side, a long, hard stare being enough that the brothers sat back down without a further word.Caleb walked towards the centre of the room, his gaze travelling each face, his expression calm. “As I said, we are not asking the Council to provide any protection for the Armand-Hanlon pack, thought just for the record; it was two vampires that were almost killed in the attack. It was the wolves who protected them.””That’s beside the point. Why are you here, Caleb? You shouldn’t be here anyway. The Ancient Council is having far too much involvement in matters that are Council business. We are not your puppets to dance to your tune.”Claude’s tone was quiet but his anger was evident. It was clear that half of the Council shared his view, and even William and Corrine nodded their agreement to that point. They sat there silently, all eyes on the Ancient vampire whose expression remained deceptively calm though deep within he was fighting the urge to rip Claude’s head from his shoulders.”I am here because someone in Europe developed a toxin that could wipe out our entire race,” Caleb drawled, his voice so soft that Demetri automatically shifted his weight into a defensive stance and the twins tensed in their chairs.”I am here because that same someone sent vampires across the ocean to attack us in the heart of one of our strongholds.”Caleb moved then, leaning his arms on the table, cold fire dancing from the depths of his eyes. “I am here because Gard and Rayne have vanished somewhere in Europe, and if someone is strong enough to do that, then it’s time we stop this petty bickering and we start working together…ALL of us…before we wake up to find that we’re completely fucked!”He roared the last words out, unleashing all his frustrations into the room, letting the importance of what he’d revealed sink in for a moment.”Now…does anyone else have any other stupid questions to ask or will this Council now stop thinking about their own petty agendas and start acting to protect our people? Because believe me, if you don’t, I will fucking break this Council the same way I broke the last one, and I will keep breaking Councils until you lot get the fucking message!”Stunned silence greeted his words, a flicker of unease crossing most of the vampires’ faces. Demetri moved to escort Mara from the dais, coming to stand beside Caleb. Andrei and Alexei followed, making it perfectly clear they stood with the Ancient.Stephan rose slowly, his hand moving to rest lightly on Emily’s shoulder though he appeared to be unaware of the gesture. “How could this happen to Gard and Rayne? They are the oldest among us.””Exactly,” Caleb answered, his tone a little less strident but his displeasure still very evident.”Threatening to abolish the Council isn’t the way to go though, Caleb,” Stephan continued, rebuke in his tone. “That may have worked once before, and it prevented a civil war, but if you try that again…you’ll be starting a civil war.”Caleb sighed loudly, frustration riding him so hard it was difficult to articulate words for a moment. “Stephan, you are missing the basic point here …we are already at war and we have no inkling of who our enemy is. They have attacked us three times now and so far…we’re losing! Now, if you lot can just grasp that fact, maybe we stand some chance of finding out who this enemy is and taking them out. If not…I will not hesitate to risk a civil war here if it means that I will have at least half of our people at my side when I take on this enemy.””Then why are we all still pissing about here?” William growled rising. “It is the Council’s job to protect our people. That means we protect our allies too, as they protect us. We have an antidote to a toxin that would wipe us out in a heartbeat because of our allies. There is an invisible enemy out there that can reach into our midst and neutralise some of our best people. It’s time we act. I stand with Escorts Gatwick!”