The Horde by Silva Linda Kay

The Horde by Silva Linda Kay

Author:Silva, Linda Kay [Silva, Linda Kay]
Language: eng
Format: mobi, epub
Tags: lesbian fiction, Sapphire Books Publishing, Army, garmy, survival, end of the world, womens studies, lesbian paranormal, Romance, Santa Cruz, Las Vegas, Zombies, Lousianna, Military, lesbian, Lesbian romance, Linda Kay Silva
Publisher: Sapphire Books Publishing
Published: 2013-07-29T00:00:00+00:00

As Luke crept lower into the ship, he found the transmitter room empty as well. Nodding to Einstein, Luke watched the door as Einstein put on headphones and listened. At first, there was nothing. So he reached out to change the channel and heard German, then French, and then finally, British English.

“Bingo,” Einstein said softly, giving two thumbs to Luke. Grabbing a pencil and paper, Einstein waited to hear something, anything, in the headphones.

He didn’t have to wait long.

Scribbling as fast as he could, Einstein translated the conversation between a British sailor and a German soldier who were playing a game of chess via the radio. The German accent made it almost too hard to understand, but Einstein managed a word here and there—enough to begin to get a general understanding of the conversation, and it was a very interesting one.

It was just casual conversation between two guys playing chess and dropping a few opinions along the way. After about twenty minutes, Luke gave him the signal to cut it off. Returning the station to the original one, Einstein took the headset off and joined Luke at the door.

“Down!” Luke commanded, sliding down the wall.

They both pressed their backs against the wall as a sailor walked by, eating an apple or something crunchy. When the footsteps faded, Luke took off down the hallway in the opposite direction with Einstein right on his heels.

It took a few minutes for them to find the Medical Unit, and when they did, Luke murmured, “Jackpot.”

Luke grabbed a plastic bag and began filling it with pills, syringes, and everything not kept under lock and key. After he swept all he could into the bag, he grabbed another and then used the butt of his gun to smash the glass cabinet door and grab the medications he knew would come in handy.

Einstein heard the apple cruncher as he came back. Quickly turning the light off, Einstein stood in the dark corner with his gun aimed at the door. The apple cruncher took several steps past the door, stopped, listened, and turned around. Slowly walking back to the door, he reached in and turned on the light. Einstein lowered his gun just slightly at the smaller Japanese sailor, and as the man opened his mouth to yell out, Luke hit him in the head with the butt of his gun. The sailor fell hard to the floor, apple core bouncing across the tiles.

“Shit.” Luke grabbed the man, flung him over his shoulder, and carried him to the top deck, where he dropped him over the side. It took forever for him to splash into the cold water below.

“Get in the boat,” he ordered.

“But what about weapons? And—”

“That’s what I’m going back for. You take the meds back to the boat. If I’m not back in fifteen minutes––”

Einstein shook his head. “No. We need to stay together. We need—”

“We need ammo. We need a lot of things on this tub. But, I need to make sure Butcher gets what she needs.


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