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The Sentinel/General/008. Awake

Title: Thoughts in the Night
Fandom: The Sentinel
Characters: Jim Ellison, Blair Sandburg
Prompt: 008. Awake
Word Count: 385
Rating: PG
Warnings/Spoilers: Angst, epilogue for 'Siege'
Summary: Blair relives his exiting day.
Notes: Written for 100moods I do not own The Sentinel or any of the characters. This was written for entertainment purposes only. No money was made from this endeavor.

Thoughts in the Night

I lay in my bed, thinking about all that has happened today. I'm wide-awake and I wonder if Jim is awake too. I could call him on the phone, but if I wake him up, I'd never forgive myself for doing it.

There were so many times today when I could have been killed. After all, I'm only a civilian trying to obtain a ride-along pass so I can tag along with Jim. Only Jim and I know the real reason why I want to ride-along. Only the two of us know about his heightened senses, although Jim did indicate that he had to let his captain in on the secret. I suppose now he'll know the reason I want, no need, to observe Jim in the field and on the job. I'm not sure how much Jim wants me to tell his captain about his abilities. Jim won't be able to use his senses openly on the job without other people being let in on the secret. Jim has already told me he doesn't want the world to know his secret. And I practically promised him I wouldn't let it become common knowledge.

I'm not going to sleep any time soon. I get out of my bed and walk around the vast space of my warehouse. Jim gave me a ride home after he finished the required reports. He even had me fill out my own reports on the incidents that happened. Maybe it's the fact that everything that did happen is going around and around in my head and I can't let it go. Kincaid really scared me. When I pushed him out of that helicopter, I thought he was going to pull me along with him. Then I discovered Jim hanging on to the bottom skids, handcuffed so he wouldn't fall.

I had no idea what Kincaid wanted with me as a hostage; especially after he told his followers there were to be no witnesses, no prisoners. I was just his insurance to make sure he got away. If Jim hadn't of interfered, I'm sure I would have been tossed from the helicopter as soon as it was airborne. I owe Jim my life. The least I can do is to keep his secret for as long as he needs me to.


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