Miss Bala

Miss Bala

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Miss Dee By OdessaLee32 Updated May 03

"Let's go Gloria!" Suzu whispered harshly, her eyes still glued over at the infamous Lino Esparza who was no standing over chief Saucedo body wearing a mad grin as he emptied the last rounds of lead into his already cold dead body. Both girls winced at the sound of each shots as it echoed in the now almost silent car park.  

"Gloria!" Suzu whispered harshly, her eyes now wide with fear as she waved her over towards her. Gloria shook her head taking a few steps back trying hold back the water works that she knew wanted to come. She's done a lot of bad things and she knew she couldn't get out of this unscathed. The law was no longer on her side and she knew she couldn't go back to a normal life. No, not after what happened tonight.

"I can't go with you," she sobbed now turning towards the green eyed man whose attention had now shifted towards her. She could end it all right now, all there was to it now was pulling the trigger. But somehow god forbid why, she couldn't go through with it. Probably because she was such a fucking coward or that  she knew she needed him.

 The law fucked her over once and Gloria knew there would be no remorse for the fallen and my how very far she had plummeted. Like the saying goes, 'The devil was once an angel," because there was no way in hell she was going to die all alone in a fucking cage.

Composing herself she took a deep, slightly shaking breath. if she was gonna jump off the cliff she really need to get her shit together if she wanted to survive in his world and judging by the smile on his full lips he was going to enjoy it.


[Disclaimer] I do not own Miss Bala and I never will. This story is purely written just for fun. None of the characters are mine (sadly, yeah I'm looking at you Lino Esparza!) Props to Catherine Hardwick for tackling the reboot. Still love the original though.

  • 2019
  • cartel
  • fanfiction
  • forbidden
  • kidnap
  • lino
  • missbala
  • ransom
  • stockholm
  • survival
  • trafficking