Louis Montgomery loved his supercharged Jaguar. He’s having second thoughts about his son.

I have been on island now for six or eight weeks, and still can’t get Sandra off my mind. I decided to go back and try to apologize for my lust. I don’t think I have ever done that before.

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Louis is a father now in book 3. His son was born dead. Once again an experimental product brought Michael to life, with long range consequences. He was a genius and a problem teenager.

(Martin calls Louis in Nevis.)

“Louis, take the phone walk outside.”

“Okay, I’m alone, now. What’s up?”
“Michael was in a car wreck last night.”
“Is he okay?”
“Yes, but he had a girl with him.”
“The blond that delivers your supplies?”
“Yes, he told you about her?”
“Yes, so, how are they?”
“It was a bad wreck. The news channel said it was scattered over a quarter mile of I-95.”
“Martin! Is Michael all right?”
“Yes. Michael had a few broken bones, and a cut on his forehead, but I talked to him after the surgery and he is completely operational. The bionites saved him. Without them, he may have died.”
“What about the girl?”
“She’s in a coma. Evidently, from what Michael confided in me, she had just given him a blow job across the console of the Jaguar. She has a broken neck, a broken arm, and a fractured hip.”
“You mean the Mini Cooper?”
“No, he was driving your Jag.” (I went silent.) “Louis… Louis… the Jag was totaled.”
“Were there any other cars involved?”
“No, fortunately it was late. Michael said he thinks she accidently pushed the shifter into a lower gear while the car was in excess of 150 mph. It skidded, went sideways, and flipped over and over, until it slid on the roof against a concrete barrier wall near Melbourne. They are lucky to be alive.”
“Make a few phone calls and see if we can buy this police report. Find out if his girlfriend has family, and what we must do to make it all go away. Get her the best medical care we can buy. My insurance on the Jag will cover a lot of it, but I would guess that it will go beyond that, when they run my financials.”
“Louis, we have another problem.”
“Oh, yeah?”
“They had them in the emergency ward before they called me. They have a blood test on Michael…”
“… and the fuck’n bionites will show up in the blood tests. SHIT!”
“Not necessarily, it depends on which tests they are running. The main thing they were looking for was drugs and alcohol. If they stop there, we will be okay.”

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Author: David Alexander

Writer David Alexander’s life has had as many twists and plot changes as his books. College in Cincinnati for commercial art was sidelined for the construction industry. His writing started there, as therapy for the stress of owning a business. David learned to sail, and vacationed on a sailboat in the Caribbean, every December. He fell in love with St. Croix and shut down the Ohio business permanently. Moving 2200 miles, he built and ran condominiums in St. Croix, USVI. Now, living on the east coast of Florida, David builds interiors for 70’ luxury yachts. The years of stories in the marinas, and experiences in many countries, fuel the keyboard of this lucky writer. He has done with little effort what many hope to experience on their bucket list.

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