Archive for Archive for August, 2006

The Mission: Vectors (part 8)

All Ginny wanted to do when she got home from work was sleep. Instead she pushed herself for a fast lap around the perimeter of the airfield, hoping the exercise would blot out her memories for a little while longer. Last night with Eli had been story-book perfect, but it could never happen again. She’d […]

Posted by: Deborah Hendrick on Wednesday, August 30th, 2006

The Mission: A Day at the Beach (part 7)

Elijah was waiting on the deck when Ginny returned from her sunrise run. She’d hoped the hard exercise would clear her head, but there stood trouble again: Six feet, three inches, two hundred pounds, black-coffee eyes, and close-cropped curly brown hair. Killer dimple in his left cheek. “I’ll fix breakfast while you bathe,” Eli said. […]

Posted by: Deborah Hendrick on Wednesday, August 23rd, 2006

The Mission: Elijah (part 6)

Ginny adjusted her headset and radioed the tower at nearby Ellington Field. After a brief exchange of information and instructions, she pushed the throttle in and they began rolling down the runway. Eli felt the tail wheel lift as the Dragonfly picked up speed, and then Ginny lifted them gently into the morning sky. She […]

Posted by: Deborah Hendrick on Thursday, August 17th, 2006

The Mission: The Dragonfly (part 5)

“This is amazing. I can’t believe you live at an airfield!” said Elijah. “You of all people should understand what it costs to keep an airplane.” said Ginny. “I couldn’t let the Dragonfly sit in a communal hangar. Some big brute King Air might bump her, not to mention all those guys wanting to touch […]

Posted by: Deborah Hendrick on Wednesday, August 2nd, 2006