Breaking The Biker (The Biker Series)(8)

By: Cassie Alexandra

“We’re going to the top,” I said. “We get our hands on the girl or Cole, at the very least, and make them talk. Then we take out the one who ordered the hit. I’m sure it was their president or someone higher up.”

“Are we limited with what we can do to make that happen?” asked Hoss, tracing circles on the table.

“You talking torture?” I asked with a smirk. I loved Hoss, but he did have a dark side to him that was questionable.

He shrugged. “I’m talking about making it unpleasant for them. Yes.”

Some of the guys laughed.

“As far as Cole goes, I don’t fucking care. You use whatever methods necessary. He’s free game. And shit, I know that we can’t kill the girl, but you do what you need to in order to make her talk, if you find out who she is.”

“Frankly, I’m shocked that we’re not allowed to kill the woman who took out your old man,” said Hoss. “That’s a kick to the balls, if you ask me. The bitch deserves to die.”

“I know,” I said, wanting to spill her blood, too. “But the Gold Vipers do not kill women, unless… you’re standing at the end of their gun barrel, and it’s kill or be killed.”

“That can be arranged,” said Hoss, smirking. “Hers might not be loaded, but I’d be happy to hand a gun to her.”

“No,” said Raptor. “As much as we’d all like to make this girl pay for Slammer’s death, we have to play by the rules. The hit was obviously ordered because of the war that keeps escalating. All I can say is that those fucking cowards have sunk to a new low by using women for their dirty work.”

“No shit,” said Chopper.

“Someone will pay, and again… it needs to be the person who actually made the call,” I emphasized.

“Obviously, it was someone close to Reaper,” said Raptor.

“That’s what I’m thinking, but we’ll get our hands on the shooter so she can confirm it,” I said, my palms itching to do it myself.

“What if she refuses to talk?” asked Tail.

“Believe me,” I said, smiling coldly. “That bitch won’t be in the position to refuse anything. Now, this is how it’s going to be – Raptor and Hoss, you bring me Cole Johnson, alive.”

“You said he’s with the Davenport charter?” asked Hoss.

“That’s what I’ve been told,” I said.

“We’ll find him,” said Raptor. “In fact, we’ll leave here right after the meeting.”

“Good. Then, let’s wrap this up because I’m finished here. Does anyone else have any other business they need to bring to the table?” I asked, looking around.

Nobody did.

The thought suddenly occurred to me that we didn’t vote on actually killing the person who ordered the hit on Slammer. I could feel the unspoken agreement around the room, however. We all wanted justice, and this time, it meant death.

“Meeting adjourned,” I said, hitting the table with the gavel.

Chapter 4

“Don’t even start on me,” I told Marie, holding my hand up as I passed by her in the bar on my way to the breakroom.

She didn’t say anything, but gave me a dirty look.

My phone rang. It was Cole.

I answered. “What’s up? I’m just about to start my shift.”

“Just wanted to let you know that I’m not going to make it back into town today.” He took a puff of his cigarette. “Shit didn’t turn out like we’d planned.”

“Is everything okay?”

“Oh, yeah. Nothing to concern yourself with, Rainy. It’s all good.”

I smiled at his nickname for me. Rainy. It had been a while since I’d heard it. “Where are you?”

“Just on a road-trip with a couple of brothers. I’ll give you a call later tonight.”

“Okay. Drive safely and stay out of trouble.”

“Thanks, and right back at you.”

I hung up and ran into Sal, who was coming out of his office.

“There she is,” he said with a twinkle in his eyes. He was dressed in his usual attire – a white collared shirt, the sleeves pushed to his elbows, and black trousers. As usual, his comb-over was glossy from the amount of hairspray he used, and his stomach looked like he’d give birth any day now. Unfortunately, Sal was an alcoholic and by nine o’clock in the evening, the man was usually passed out on the sofa in his office.

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