The Time for Tears Trilogy: Sweat (2)

The Time for Tears Trilogy: Sweat (2)

4 Part Story 800 Reads 51 Votes
Simone By Sierra256715 Updated Apr 04, 2013

Taro and Monique are not out of the woods yet. After their capture, the two become prisoners, and when Vincent decides to pull them deeper into his dealings, they are sent further into eastern Europe. To cover up the exchanges between Vincent and the Germans, Taro and Monique's job is to recovers POWs from a nearby camp, and send them to safety with the still unknowing members of the Team. The task is tricky, but necessary for Vincent and his companions to continue with their works in the Black Market, and soon, everything begins to run like clockwork. However, when Monique succeeds in convincing Taro to steal some German weapons, they meet the unlikeliest of friends who could just be a foe.
    
    *Updates are slow I'm afraid.

riddi02 riddi02 Apr 05, 2013 12:21PM
Hey if you want more info on the French resistance you could try researching about a person called nancy wake. She was a prominent figure in the French resistance and she helped end the occupation of France. :)
downandnotout downandnotout Jun 11, 2012 05:05PM
@Sierra256715 Ahh, okay then. If you like it, that is all the matters! You do it your way! :)
Sierra256715 Sierra256715 Jun 11, 2012 05:04PM
@wheres-gezza Thanks! Ah, I hate short prologues :P I think prologues are shortish chapters really ;) I got a little carried away though XD
                                    
                                    @Cupcakefanatic Thanks ;)
Sierra256715 Sierra256715 Jun 10, 2012 02:31PM
@birdie-pie Aw thanks! I'm glad that you think that it is atmospheric :D
                                    
                                    @Gribbet Seen ;) Thanks - I thought that it was a little bit all over the place but maybe thats my mind... o.O Ok I will try, and yeah, I want longer paragraphs too.
Sierra256715 Sierra256715 Jun 09, 2012 07:53PM
@zek0001 Thanks!
                                    
                                    @CuteHelloGoodbye Thank you!
                                    
                                    @MissWatt Thanks! :D
                                    
                                    @xBehindTheSmilex You would be better off reading right through to understand this ;) Thanks though!
Ok, I really like this is far! I love the song as well, but anyways, This is great. It is really descriptive and helps the reader really envision what is going on during the story :) I have never read a historical fiction story before so it is very interesting to me (in a good way) lol :) -voted