No Second Chances: Chapter 23.Chapter 23. “Unforgettable”
Arcadia, the biggest shopping center in whole Zootopia, greeted Jack Bayes with wave of warm air and pleasant aroma of coffee and cinnamon. Jack adored this place; back in childhood days, when he was just a poor rabbit from Happytown, all those brand clothes, expensive cafeterias and elegantly dressed mammals around stood for luxury beyond his reach. In rare moment he wasn’t searching for troubles, he’d put on his best clothes (the few ones that didn’t come from either older cousins or social care) and take long walks around watching the shop windows dreamily. Now that he had all the money from heists, it could have seemed ridiculous, but he still had a special place in his heart for Arcadia. Even if he was there for business now, he started his visit with a cup of delightful coffee and a newspaper. He then went to a bookstore and bought a couple of crime book and one romance; he had no idea about Judy’s taste, but figured
No Second Chances: Chapter 22.Chapter 22. “The rabbit of Happytown”
Barely the sun was up, Judy Hopps was already awake. Whether she was a captive or not, she had a daily routine to uphold. She woke up around 6 am. Jogging could have been somehow possible even if awfully boring in her previous cell, but since she had been locked up in a small, damp, cold and stinking basement, it was no more. Instead, she settled for 45 minutes of exercises and grabbed yesterday newspaper to read all the articles she might have missed thus far. Sometime around 7 am would come Jack Bayes, the mammal personally responsible for her well-being.
“Good morning, Judy. Shower time,” he greeted her charmingly, holding in his paw a towel, wash bag and a new set of clothes. As much as she hated being here, she had to admit that, despite for making point in significantly lowering her standard of life after how she tried to outsmart them, Jack Bayes treated her rather well.
“Shower, right,” she closed the new
No Second Chances: Chapter 21.Chapter 21. „Girl friend”
Olivier aimed his tranquilizer at first of the targets and pressed the trigger. A fraction of second later he had already turned the gun at the next one and pressed it again. And then again, again and again. Next he reloaded and released another series of five. After the third one, he finally took a break to estimate his results. All five targets were hit thrice right at the point and even though their room didn’t give him much room to train long distance shooting, he was satisfied with his results. Olivier went and gathered his training darts and packed them back in magazines. And then, he heard knocking.
“Oh, it’s you, Charlie,” he noticed the coyote leaning against the doorframe.
“Still training? You’ve spent last two hours here,” Charlie seemed concerned.
“I cannot afford to commit another mistake.”
“You mean Wilde?”
“Whom else could I mean?”
No Second Chances: Chapter 20.Chapter 20. “Fathers”
What woke Nick up was his phone ringing. The fox accepted the video conversation too sleepy to even check who it was beforehand. He regretted it immediately.
“Eden Funeral House. You stab em, we grab em,” he joked.
“Nick! Thank goodness you picked up, I can’t reach Judy at all!” Replied relieved voice on the other side, hardly even caring about Nick’s usual sort of joke. Wilde felt creeps across his body. It was Stu Hopps, Judy’s father. With last day’s events happening so fast, he completely forgot to call him.
“Oh. Hey, Stu,” fox muttered slowly, delaying the inevitable.
“Hey, Nick, don’t you know what’s happening with Judy’s phone? We’ve been trying to reach her whole evening,” Stu Hopps explained.
“Yes, it doesn’t happen often to her, so we’re worried,” Bonnie Hopps, Judy’s mother, joined the conversatio
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