Constant in All Other Things 2
Fakeminsk ([email protected])
“Friendship is constant in all other things
Save in the office and affairs of love:
Therefore all hearts in love use their own tongues;
Let every eye negotiate for itself
And trust no agent.”
Much Ado About Nothing
Chapter Two: Finding his body twisted into Cindy’s diminutive form is almost enough to destroy David, but he’s made of sterner stuff and grudgingly begins to live her life. His enemies are still afoot, however, forcing several difficult decisions.
With a pharmaceutical magnate’s assassins hunting for him, David’s survival depends on living the life of Cindy for longer than expected. Can David suppress his macho instincts and play the feminine role long enough to escape the plot against him--even as the past begins to catch up to him? Welcome to season two of Constant in All Other Things!
Constant in All Other Things - Interlude I: The prognosis is grim for David. Lying on the operating table he loses himself in the past. But even should he survive, K’s plans for him may prove a living nightmare.
David Sanders saw something he shouldn’t have and Agent K will do everything she can to keep him alive–-but who can he trust as he sinks deeper into a disguise he never chose, and will he ever find himself again? This collects the first ten chapters--the first story arc--into one long file. Transitions between chapters have been smoothed out and hopefully it reads as one long, continuous story.
His enemies have caught up to David, leading to a desperate struggle and the end of the first story arc. Is it time to say farewell to Cindy?
Chapter Nine: Cindy and Harry’s blossoming friendship consumes David’s final days at the Clinic. But once they've had their final date, will it be time to say farewell to Cindy for good?
Chapter Eight: David settles in to life at the Clinic and perfects his disguise. The clinic promises safety but David’s paranoia leaves him in doubt, even as Cindy makes a new friend.
Constant in All Other Things
by Fake Minsk
David Sanders saw something he shouldn’t have and Agent K will do everything she can to keep him alive–-but who can he trust as he sinks deeper into a disguise he never chose, and will he ever find himself again?
Chapter Seven: David and Agent K check in to the Clinic, but the disguised man’s instincts are proven correct: there’s more to the place than meets the eye.
Chapter Six: The drive to the Asklepios Clinic is a long one. It may be just what David and K, Cindy and her Mom need to work through some issues, share some history and learn a little more about each other.
Chapter Five: It’s time for a little talk, David decides, and some answers. However, Agent K is fond of her secrets and has plans of her own for the disguised man.
Chapter Four: David discovers that sometimes high heels and makeup just aren’t enough, especially when the enemy draws close. But just who is the real enemy, he begins to wonder.
Chapter Three: Girls aren’t just born, David learns, they’re trained, especially in the witness relocation program. And eventually you have to put that training to use, because you can’t stay in the safe house forever.
Chapter Two: Reluctantly agreeing to Agent K’s plan, David finds himself coddled and squeezed into the identity of Cindy Long. But just what kind of girl is Cindy, he begins to wonder.
David Sanders saw something he shouldn’t have and Agent K will do everything she can to keep him alive–-but who can he trust, as he sinks deeper into a disguise he never chose, and will he ever find himself again?