Blood Feud - 14Chapter FourteenBlood Feud - 14 by Junisra
From the Locker, the docks were maybe twenty minutes away. Twenty-five if you included the quick run through a fast-food restaurant to pick up some more coffee and a burger, but when Imogene called you and demanded you got some food in you or she was going to stuff whatever was in the Locker fridge down your throat, you do it. I’m convinced that fridge hadn’t been cleaned out since it was installed thirty years ago.
When we found Axelias’s warehouse, we had to stop in front of the gates. Two witches stood guard on the other side, and they looked armed and capable of using their firearms. It unnerved me that even though their cracked black auras were thick and strong around them, they still gripped their weapons tightly, as if they saw just as much protection in them as they did in their own power. They were scared shitless, and given what I had heard, I didn’t blame them.
“Look at them,” Beatriz b