RestoreBy Yezall Strongheart
Copyright 2012 All Rights ReservedIt was his misfortune that he drank too much cheap wine that night; that he stumbleddown the street, coming quickly onto the radar of the Collection Team. They followed him, andusing the checklist, they confirmed him as a target. So when he turned down an alley in his trek to find a secluded cardboard box to sleep it off, they closed in.Exiting their vehicle with precision, they entered the alleyway. They worked welltogether, being chosen by company's very high standards, excellent training, and true enjoymentin their jobs. Overpowering the victim, which was never too much of a struggle, they injectedhim with a sedative. Care was given not to damage the merchandise; they caught him as heslumped down, and then throwing him over a shoulder, he was carried to the vehicle. Theprocedure only took a few moments and they were gone, no one the wiser.###Laura Cromwell bounded up the flight of stairs to her office, not because she was late,but because she liked to be early. That way she would have time to obtain coffee for herself andher boss. It was part of her job as far as she was concerned; she liked to please him. She was somuch more than just a receptionist. From the first day she started at Restore International atnineteen years of age, she had a thing for her boss, Clayton Moore, who was older, somewhere inhis forties. She would do anything for him, and she did. Now in her late twenties, the highlightof her day was waiting for him to call her into his office. They were comfortable with theirarrangement, both having separate lives outside the office.Coffee in hand Laura opened the door to Clayton's office. Surprised to see him alreadyseated, she exclaimed, "Oh! You're early today."Dr. Moore looked up from his computer screen to see her shapely form walking towardhim. A look of lust crossed his face, which Laura noticed and it made her smile.She wiggled her way around his desk and bent over in an exaggerated manner, makingsure her ass was accessible. "Your morning coffee, Sir."