雨滴: Agent Pursuit


Ame doesn’t exactly hide herself from enemies and she is found by her chasing American spy

Scanning through the files on his laptop inside his Washington DC apartment, C.I.A agent Julian Huntington III typed all the information he could find that was available of Ame Hayato. Ever since her fight with the Russian mafia Oleysa Zima, she had been off the grid and despite all his connections across the globe Julian could not find her. He had returned home to the capital frustrated and determined to start a fresh slate and stayed locked up inside his apartment, completely focused on finding the elusive, youngest Hayato.

An email notification soon appeared in the corner of his screen, it had been sent from his head office the subject read ‘We found her’ and it was all Julian needed. He quickly opened the email and saw a link of a Prague newspaper simply attached. Clicking it open, the headline was in Czech but the picture on the front said it all. It was Ame Hayato half dressed, mid laughter and clutching onto an equally half dressed man with flaming red hair. They were pictured inside the dressing room of one of the luxurious designer boutiques in the city of Prague.

Julian frowned as he eyed the tall red hair man, he knew that face from somewhere but he could not remember who he was. Switching tabs momentarily on his laptop, the agent brought up the C.I.A’s most wanted list. Quickly browsing the list, Julian paused catching sight of the fiery hair and clicked open the profile. The lover of the youngest Hayato was none other than Aleksander Volkov, a member of Russia’s biggest weapon dealing family and someone that the secret agents kept watch on. It seemed that the dealer and the Yakuza were aligned. It also meant for Julian, his search was over.

Grabbing his phone off the desk, Julian stood up and punched in a number “Boss I found Ame Hayato…yeah I need a ticket to Prague”.

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