Steele was peeling carrots in the prison kitchen when the guard came to get him - he had some real interesting visitors. They were not just anyone either. They appeared to be dangerous and most likely government trained. There were two women and one man in the visitors area and they wanted to know if he would like to get out of prison and take on a special project. Steele wanted to know, "Just who do you want me to kill for you?" He decided to take them up on the job and found himself partnered with the green eyed beauty they called Syd Vicious. She was really hot and he wanted to get something going with her right this minute, he had been locked up for a long, long time. He quickly found out that she was not going to be a push over. She was a pretty tough chic when she was around the other guys in the office but he figured he may have a chance if he played his cards right.
Steele and Syd had to figure out a way to get him a job working for a security firm called APS, they were actually hired killers working out of Washington D.C. They managed to get him an interview and it did not turn out all that great. They also had hired another contractor, whoever was still alive in 24 hours would get the job. Syd was drawn to Steele unlike any of the other members of their elite squad. In fact when he kissed her for the first time she told him not to tell. She could not lose face in front of the other agents.
Steele managed to get her in a compromised position the second day he was out of jail. Much to her surprise she let him. Maybe she could be interested in another agent - even if Joe the boss really frowned on fraternization.
Syd had to drag him bleeding into a fancy hotel to try and hide him from the oother contract killer. How had he managed to get shot already, it was only his third day out of prison. Boy, this was going to be a difficult case. They had just started out and he was already injured. Steele found a great way for her to make him feel better though ... and she did not complain, not one bit.
This report prepared by Debbie Specht