“Lieutenant?” Woodward was there as if he’d materialized out of the lush greenery beyond the strip of grass. “Did you injure your left arm?”
Hunter looked down at his hand on his arm.
“Have you been feeling light-headed at all?” Wood asked.
“Yes,” Cam answered for him.
“Oh, God.” Avia started to rise.
“Please stay where you are,” Wood said, pulling his open collar aside, revealing a mic he spoke into. “I have a code xray ten at bungalow seventeen. Direct evac to Oceanside, cardiac teams in place asap.”
Cam was on his feet looking to Woodward for instructions.
“Get his I.D. and any medications he’s on.”
Cam shoved the chair back and ran for the door.
“I’m sorry. Don’t leave me,” Hunter’s voice was thick. A tear slid down from the outside corner of one eye.
Sirens sounded in the near distance.
Avia was next to his chair with her arms around his shoulders. “He’ll never leave you, Hunter, he just went to get something.”
Panicked, Hunt tried to rise. “No! I don’t need it. Don’t let him go to the store!” He knocked the table over trying to get up, to follow Cam.
Woodward caught him as he slumped to the floor.
from Shadow Men, Hunt&Cam4Ever book 7
This is what happened next. For readers of Hunt&Cam4Ever only. Even if you’ve read the other books, if you haven’t read Shadow Men, Book 7 yet, do not start this one.