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Tina took the first-aid box from Tasha, started to treat her girlfriend’s bullet wound. She knew they only have very few time, but she would never let the love of her life got infected.
Bette sat quietly watching Tina first cleaned up the wound, gave her anesthesia, slightly cut open the hole a bit in order to take the bullet out easily. The blonde threw the evil iron ball on a plate, picked up tools and stitched up.
The whole process was smooth and fast, as if Tina had done it several times. The young blonde didn’t say a word while doing the surgery, she was so focused on curing Bette, didn’t ever realize tears fall off her cheek like streams.
“I’m so sorry…” Tears were now stinging Tina’s eyes.
“Hey, hey…baby…T, look at me please…”
Tina slowly raised up her head, warm hazel eyes looked into the brown one, both of them were almost shedding tears.
“Don’t ever blame yourself for this, okay? It’s that son of the bitch, he killed our friends, and you helped them revenge, you’ve done nothing wrong.”
Tasha picked up the waterproof bag on the floor, she looked through the corner of the window, FBI and SWAT teams swarmed in the mansion. Staffs of the Cooper mansion could only continuously fire the gun they had, they all knew that soon the bullets would run out, sooner or later they would all be apprehended.
“Ma’am, we really need to go, there’s a bunch of soldiers outside, we should leave now or we won’t have time.”
Tina choked back her breath, she skillfully had Bette’s wound dressed, the result was perfect and clean.
“Tash was right, we need to go.”
“Go where? FBI are everywhere, if we stepped out this room we will get caught.”
Tina walked to the fireplace, pulled out a piece of stone under the pile of wood, under the stone it was a pull ring. Without a second thought, Tina pulled the ring.
The whole bookshelf suddenly started to move aside, a huge black hole suddenly appeared behind. While the shelf slid on its right further, the entrance became bigger. Until space was huge enough for a person, it finally stopped.
“Don’t ask.” Tina shrugged.