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Alternatives Chapter 6 She sat on her couch, head in her hands as she replayed over and over in her mind the incident in the training room. It wasn't a possibility that she would be called into Fury's office for an explanation to what had happened, it was a definite date, probably when she got to work the next morning, in fact. The ringing of the phone startled her and she picked it up. It was Lizzie. She didn't answer it though. She didn't feel like talking to anyone, or in the very least no one she should be talking to in the first place.
She'd never had an encounter as intense as what had passed between her and Loki, not in her whole career,
Alternatives Chapter 4Sarah had hung back a few steps behind Thor when they entered the cafeteria, trying to find Loki in the mass of agents and office workers sitting at the tables in the vast room, finally spying him, brooding over a bottle of water, eyes downcast to the table before him.
"Brother," Thor pulled out a chair from the table and bade Sarah sit. She tried to shake her head but Thor took her by the elbow and guided her down.
"I will fetch us food, and then we may talk." To her horror, she watched Thor navigate his way through the crowd towards the food tables at the far side of the room, then chanced a glance at Loki who was staring at her, as she had expected.
"He is ever the gentleman, the golden boy." Loki mumbled, taking a swig of his water.
"What's wrong with being a gentleman?" Sarah countered.
Loki remained silent, eyes now trained again at the surface of the table.
Sarah sighed then, putting her hands onto the table, studying her fingernails, "Did you eat?"
His eyes flickere
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