The General's Thief 5 "So you managed to get the jewel." James Rayner looked down at the jewel, his face barely masking the anger.The General's Thief 5 by ~bjaliza
"Sorry to disappoint you." Saoirse smiled back, feeling good. He looked up at her, his face twisting in rage before he masked it.
Returning his attention back to the jewel he spoke again. "Well I am surprised. Good job." He wrapped the jewel back in the cloth before turning his focus back on Saoirse.
"Is there anything else?" She asked, suspecting something.
"How is your daughter, Ana? Is she doing well?" He asked, a small smile playing on his lips. Her eyes narrowed.
"She is doing fine."
He nodded and picked up a piece of
The General's Thief 4 "Kayden, I heard you went to Max's party tonight." He looked up to see a reporter standing in his door. The one and only tenacious Pamela Aaron stood in the doorway of his office. He came back after taking the report of the theft. It involved Saoirse so of course he was going to stick his nose in the case even though his job description did not involve petty theft.The General's Thief 4 by ~bjaliza
"And?" He cocked his eyebrow at her. Pamela is the perfect description of the Barbie doll. Tall, skinny with large perky breasts, small waist and long blonde hair all the way down to her waist, Pamela had no trouble getting what she wanted, except with Kayden.
"His little prec
The General's Thief 3 Everything went according to plan. Saoirse set off the alarm in the maid's room before quickly disappearing into another room and waited while the guards checked it out. She even saw the great Max Payten go into the room. Perfect. While they were busy searching for her, she quickly closed and locked the door, laughing to herself quietly. Luckily for her, one of the guards left their keys unguarded and she was easily able to make replicate keys.The General's Thief 3 by ~bjaliza
She heard rattling and yelling while she made her way down the hallway and using another replicated key, went into the room with the jewel. This was a little too easy. She quickly glanced around the