James groaned. “This wasn’t even necessary. We were taking them back to the base. They could have taken care of it there without anyone getting hurt.”
“You don’t know that!” Sera insisted. “Hmph, fine way to act after I save both your asses.”
“There’s an ambulance on the way,” Lisa said.
“I don’t think they’re going to make it in time,” James said, pointing at the dominatrix. She was having an increasingly hard time breathing. “I think she’s bleeding in her lungs.”
Fur stepped forward, kneeling next to the fallen woman, taking her head in his hands as her labored breathing stopped.
“Looks like she’s going to join Chase after all,” Lisa said.
James sighed. “Well, that’s just great.”
“So how’s the fire?” Lisa asked.
“It was going fine when we left,” Sera said. “There’s no way they’re holding the presentation in it tomorrow now.”
“Great.” Lisa nodded. “Now we need to find out where the guy who was supposed to be giving it is. They might have a back-up plan.”
Sera nodded. “Good idea. Let’s get on it.”