Stolen into the Night

art by Alucard’s Spirit

Agent Katie has caught the attention of Glob the Space Toad.  And as many of you know, if he wants you, he’ll get you at some point!


My friend AlucardsSpirit and I brainstormed some ideas for our respective characters and came up with a fun little art and prose collaboration…what do you think?  Think we should expand the idea some more??  Good!  Because this is part 2, part 1 is here: Out for a Moonlit Stroll (art by Alucard’s Spirit

See his post here:  Stolen into the Night

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Several hours later, Glob was stealing away in the moonlight with his delectable captive.  He’d spent a few hours with her inside the cabin, alternately charming and seducing the lovely agent into compliance, and then chasing and nabbing her when she became feisty again. 

Finally, he determined it was time to return to his ship with his prize. He took his time intricately binding his wriggling prey, and then gratuitously fondling her curves whenever she became too quiet and still.  He preferred the wriggling. 

As much as he enjoyed her little squeals and moans, he thought it best to gag her for the short walk to his landing site. Then it was off into the moonlight with her, slung over his shoulder and squirming delightfully. 

~~~~~~Part 1 is here:  Out for a Moonlit Stroll (art by Alucard’s Spirit

The agent’s cover story as an outcall escort was enough to get her past the reception desk security guard. It was the motion sensor by the safe that tripped the alarm.

Her captor says her career as a real escort is about to begin.

Late Saturday night, Agent Katie went undercover into a club where a young woman had gone missing.

She began to regain consciousness hours later with a splitting headache, cuffs and shackles on her wrists and ankles, and no recollection of the previous night.

She was about to find out precisely what happened to the missing girl. Being taken was part of her plan, but after being unconscious for so long, she could only hope that her backup team still knew where she was.

The prisoner exchange is a time-honored tradition among agents and their adversaries.  It represents a mutual respect between professionals who are otherwise continually trying to defeat each other.  It also allows both sides to get on about their business without risky rescue missions and escalating retaliations.

Agent Katie’s main adversary, Rathbone, had taken Junior Agent Natalie prisoner during a prostitution-into-slavery sting while protecting his employer, @auctionhouse69.  He held the young agent for interrogation for a couple days, but then indicated he was willing to trade her for Kimmy, a young asset of Rathbone’s.  This alone was valuable information, as Agent Katie did not realize Kimmy’s value to Rathbone until his unusual request.

Rathbone directed Agent Katie to take Kimmy to the roof of a parking garage and leave her there.  It was an unbalanced situation, but Agent Katie had no choice but to trust Rathbone.  She cuffed Kimmy and left her sitting alone on a parking block.

Rathbone was a suspicious man; he led Junior Agent Natalie from his car, also handcuffed, and gripped her arm tightly as he walked her across the roof toward where Kimmy sat.  Only when he was satisfied did he direct Natalie to sit next to Kimmy.  Rathbone removed Kimmy’s cuffs, placed them around Natalie’s ankles, and helped Kimmy back to his car for a clean escape.

Though Agent Katie was frustrated she did not have more time to interrogate Kimmy as to her connection to Rathbone, Katie was grateful to get Natalie back in fairly good condition.