Cockatoo part 16 (Includes missing chapter)

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Cockatoo part 16 (Includes missing chapter)Apologies, I had a blonde moment and missed a chapterHere is the missing one and the latestCockatoo Part 16I was getting seriously pissed off being everyone’s punch bag, but hehad me backed into a corner, and I knew I would have to go along withhim. But, it gave me a glimmer of hope that I could get Jandaeng off myback. With my head in my hands I said, ‘I have no choice, I agree.’He pushed my phone and wallet back across the table. They had been takenfrom me in the van on the way here. I was thankful I hadn’t brought thenew burner phone with me to the Muay Thai.‘Whenever you make contact or meet Jandaeng, text me on this number. Useit any time of the day or night. Is that clear?’ He pushed a piece ofpaper across the table.‘What if he’s bugging the phone?’‘We have installed encryption software. Even if he is bugging yourphone, he will not able to read anything you send to me. If you knowwhere he wants to meet you, text me the location.’’Does Jandaeng have any idea you are investigating him?’ I asked.‘I believe not. However, he may have been watching you tonight, so wewill hold you overnight and let you go in the morning. Mistakenidentity, if anyone wants to know. People will have heard the commentsabout terrorist when we picked you up.’‘Yeah, thanks for that, by the way.’ My sarcasm didn’t seem to affecthim.‘If possible get him to talk about the Triads, we need to catch himred-handed. Is that what you say?’I nodded. ‘You haven’t told me your name.’‘For your purposes, my name is Thaksin. I hope I do not need to say thatyou will not tell anyone about this arrangement. If you do, I will findout and you will be sorry.’He rose from his chair and left the room. I laid my head on the tableand as tired as I was I could not find sleep. All I could think aboutwas the clusterfuck I had somehow got myself into: I was spying onKritsada’s people for him whilst spying on Kritsada for Jandaeng, arogue cop working for the Triads, I was double crossing Jandaeng forKritsada, as well as for the Thai anti-corruption police – all in all atriple cross with a pike and twist. Still, it couldn’t get worse Ithought.I did manage to sleep for a while before they let me go at 5 in themorning. I grabbed a tuk-tuk back to the hotel, showered and bolted downsome breakfast before heading off to meet Kritsada. He was waiting forme with Dao, his PA and my minder for at least a while. We came up witha plan for the next few days which would involve meeting the bosses ofwhat he called his ‘entertainment’ businesses. In reality that meant thebars and clubs he ran in the red-light districts of Patpong, Soi Cowboyand Nana Plaza. In all about fifteen different venues, controlled forKritsada by five bosses, one of whom Kritsada believed was selling himout.Ostensibly my job would be building a new IT system for the back-officefunctions. At least that’s what Dao and everybody else was told.Unbeknownst to her, I would also be trying to identify the traitor whoKritsada suspected was leaking information about his operation. I was totell Kritsada if I thought anyone was holding back or not beingstraight, or if anything else come out of my digging around. Dao had setup a schedule for us to visit the bars and clubs to meet the bosses andto start on a project plan. They had already been told I was coming, andthat they were to give me full co-operation. We agreed that I shouldbrief Kritsada at the end of each day. We shook hands before Dao and Iset off to the first visits. I hadn’t realised how many places Kritsadaowned. Little wonder the Triads were interested in taking over hisoperation.The ruling Junta has said that it wants to get rid of the sex industryin Thailand. Prostitution is technically i*****l in Thailand, butestimates for the number of prostitutes range up to 700,000, with mostof the customers Thai. It’s a multi-million-dollar industry, and untilsomething happens, there are fortunes to be made in the business. That’swhat was sucking in the Triads.The visits were straightforward; Dao would introduce me to the boss, andwith her as translator I went through a process to understand their partof the business and what improvements they thought were needed.Generally, they were courteous and helpful, but I could tell theyweren’t altogether happy to have a Farang digging around in theirbusinesses. Dao was invaluable, as she obviously spoke for Kritsada, andshe could make them jump if she wanted to. One of the bosses, abullet-headed Thai named Yut, seemed to resent me and Dao more than theothers. He was polite but I could see he wasn’t happy about takingorders from Dao. She told me Yut meant war in Thai, and he got put on mylist as someone to look at more carefully.I got to know more about Dao as we went on. We would break for lunch andinevitably we got talking. She had graduated from Bangkok with a Firstin Economics, and then onto an MBA at Columbia in the US. She had joboffers in the US, but she felt culturally drawn back to Thailand. Herfather knew Kritsada, who took her on as an intern. She rapidly provedher worth to Kritsada, and he eventually asked her to become his PA.Although it was obvious that she had far more influence than a PA; shehad executive oversight of a large portion of Kritsada’s businesses andeffectively was running some of them for Kritsada.Kritsada had told her some of my history although some of it he haddiscreetly left out. She was interested in what I thought about Areeya,in particular what her plans were for the future. I assumed that Dao wasconcerned about Areeya coming back to the business. I told her honestlythat I did not know what Areeya was planning. She seemed content withwhat she was doing on Samui and had not shared anything with me. Daoseemed happy enough with that, but I guessed she would still be wary ofAreeya.Privately, I felt that Areeya would tire of life on Samui at some pointand she might come back to the family business as Kritsada hadoriginally wanted, but I kept that to myself. I assumed that family tieswould win out in that case. Dao probably felt the same way and wastrying to see whether Areeya would be a threat to her in the nearfuture.We met Kritsada each evening and gave him a debriefing. He would ask Daoto step out at the end of the meeting and he would ask if there wasanything that I had observed. I mentioned Yut, and his eyes narrowedslightly. He told me that Yut had been a hot head way back. His temperhad got the better of him a few times, but he had calmed down, provedhimself efficient and his businesses made good profits. I told Kritsadathat this was purely first impressions and that as I dug deeper, I wouldget to know more. Nin was arriving back in Bangkok in the next few dayswhich would allow Dao to go back to her regular work.By Friday I had made all my first visits and would take the weekend topull together my notes and ideas for a review with him on Monday. Iwould then go back for some meetings with the bosses and dig a littledeeper. Nin would be my translator and her IT skills would come inuseful as well. We met in his office and he broke the seal on a newbottle of GlenDronach. He took a sip of the whisky before clapping me onthe shoulder.‘I am sorry, James, but I cannot be with you this weekend. I am flyingto Chiang Mai to visit a factory I am interested in buying.’‘That’s no problem sir, Nin will be back and I’m sure we can entertainourselves. I’m having lunch with Doctor Wichasak on Sunday, she wantedme to contact her while I was here in Bangkok. You and her were verygood to me after the pirate attack and after Pao had been stabbed.’Kritsada waved his hand, ‘You are very welcome, James. It was the leastI could do for you. Send her my regards, please. We should all gettogether when I’m back from Chiang Mai. By the way, what do you think ofDao?’‘I think she’s extremely capable. She’s efficient and has dealt with thebosses we’ve met so far extremely well. I sense some of them like Yutdon’t like dealing with a woman, especially one so young, but she isn’tintimidated by them. I like her.’He nodded and smiled. ‘I have high hopes for her. She impresses me also.Don’t forget our little party next week for my friends. I’m sureJandaeng would like to hear about it.’I shivered at the mention of Jandaeng. We finished the whisky, and Iheaded back to the hotel. I called Alex and Areeya as I had every night.I was missing them so much. I hated keeping secrets from them, but Ithought I had to keep this new angle from them for the time being. Itrusted them implicitly, but I couldn’t bring myself to tell them evenover the burner phone. The less they knew, the better I thought. Ismiled to myself as Areeya wanted to know all about Dao, and I feltthere was some resentment at how close Dao was to her father. If everthey got together, I thought, there would be fireworks. They confirmedNin was coming to Bangkok the following day and would be bringing somegifts for me from them.Pao was out of hospital and recovering well. She was staying at theapartment for a few days until she was back on her feet. I told them tosend her my love. Alex laughed and said she thought Pao would ratherhave my cock. I could hear Areeya in the background telling Pao whatAlex had said and then Pao’s giggle came through loud and clear.That brought the call to an end, and I promised I would make it back toSamui in a few days. I was about to go for some food when my phone rang.My stomach dropped as I heard Jandaeng’s voice.‘It’s time for us to meet. I trust you’ve recovered from your narrowescape. I will text you where to meet me. Be there in 30 minutes. Do notbe late.’I had almost convinced myself that Jandaeng had given up on me. Hehadn’t contacted me since I arrived, and a little hope had grown that hedidn’t need me anymore. The call put an end to that. However, now I knewhe was rogue I was no longer running so scared of him. Sure, he was asslippery and dangerous as a snake, and I was under no illusion that histhreats were real, but I felt the tables were beginning to turnMy iPhone pinged with the address. After texting it to Thaksin, andpraying that his encryption worked, I shot downstairs, jumped into atuk-tuk and sent a text to Alex on the burner phone that I was meetingJandaeng. She texted back ‘Be careful’. As the tuk-tuk dropped me off, Irecognised this was the bar where I, as Scarlett, had my run in withJandaeng. Was this coincidence or was there a message in this? Had heworked out that I was Scarlett? There was no time to worry about it andI walked into the bar. The mamasan looked up, and I saw a flash ofrecognition followed by fear in her eyes. She glanced towards the backof the bar where I saw Jandaeng sitting at a table, with what lookedlike a couple of his men close by. They stood up as I approached thetable and frisked me, presumably to check if I was carrying a gun. Theyfound my iPhone and turned it off, to stop me recording anything.They nodded to Jandaeng, who impatiently motioned for me to come to thetable. I sat down and waited for him to start.‘You were lucky to escape the bomb.’ There wasn’t an ounce of sympathyin his voice.‘I didn’t escape completely. I dislocated my shoulder, but I guess youknow that.’He was wearing the sunglasses, so I couldn’t tell anything from hiseyes.‘Why is Kritsada going to Chiang Mai?’ Jandaeng was not one for smalltalk.I shrugged, ‘he told me it was to see a factory he wants to invest in.’Jandaeng lit a cigarette and blew the smoke out of the corner of hismouth. Like the sunglasses, it seemed the action of a villain in a BMovie.‘I don’t believe you. Why is he really going?’‘That’s what he told me. Why don’t you ask him yourself if you don’tbelieve me?’ I was determined to make Jandaeng drag the information fromme. I was aiming for truculent co-operation, thinking that giving himtoo much too easily would seem suspiciousHe took another drag from his cigarette before replying. ‘You would bewise not to cross me. I have told you what I can do.’‘And I’ve told you what I know. He is going to Chiang Mai to see afactory. That’s all I know.’The mamasan brought across two beers and we stopped talking. I looked upat her and she gave an almost imperceptible nod as she placed thebottles on the table. As she put the bottles on the table I saw a youngThai man enter the bar and sit down. He ordered a beer and waved off theattentions of one of the bar girls. He was talking on his phone in fastThai, seemingly engrossed in his conversation. I could have sworn it wasone of Thaksin’s men who had k**napped me outside the hotel.‘What else do you know? You have not been very useful so far. Mypatience will not last forever.’I shrugged my shoulders. ‘What can I say? He is entertaining somecontacts next week. I’m invited.’‘Who are they?’‘He said they were from the diplomatic community. He didn’t mention anymore names.’‘Find out who they are.’‘If I can, before the evening, I will, but if not I can tell samsun escort youafterwards. I can tell you one thing. He is worried about the Triads. Ioverheard him talking to one of his bosses. They seemed reallyconcerned.’He was about to light another cigarette but he laid his lighter backdown on the table. He had tensed ever so slightly, but I could see thatI had hit home.‘Why is he concerned about the Triads?’‘He thinks they are trying to take over his business, the bars andclubs. He even thought the bomb was aimed at him.’Jandaeng finally it the cigarette and leant back. ‘The bomb wasterrorist action. Stupid fool, Triads are much cleverer than that.’I shrugged. ‘You wanted to know what was going on. I just pass it on.Are they trying to muscle in on him?’For the first time Jandaeng got agitated. ‘Do not ask such fuckin’stupid question. How do I know? I not fuckin’ know. You go now.Remember, I want to know who Kritsada meeting next week.’I didn’t need a second invitation to leave. I walked out past the guy Ithought I recognised. He was still on his phone, but his eyes followedme as I went past. I knew I had rattled Jandaeng with the mention of theTriads. I just hoped I hadn’t tweaked the tail of a tiger. I calledThaksin from the tuk-tuk on the way back to the hotel and told him whathad happened. He grunted when I mentioned Jandaeng’s reaction to theTriads.‘Good, my friend. I think we can work together well. Call me when hecontact you again.’I called Alex from the burner phone when I got back to the hotel. Shewas glad to hear I was safely back, but I admit I gave her an editedversion of what had gone on. She seemed happy enough, and I promised tocall her again the next day. I toyed with the idea of calling Kritsada,but decided his phone wouldn’t be secure enough to talk openly. I wouldbring him up to date on Monday.I woke late the next day, feeling alone and miserable, carrying too manysecrets that I couldn’t share with anyone. A long swim in the hotel pooland a late breakfast helped shake me out of my depression, and I hadjust got back to my room when Nin arrived pulling two large suitcases.She wasn’t Alex or Areeya, but was a link back to Samui and I wasdelighted to see her. The gash in her leg had recovered well, and shewasn’t even limping any more.‘I bring gifts for you from Miss Alex and Miss Areeya.’ She wheeled oneof the suitcases into my room. ‘Please stay out of room until Ifinished.’I opened up my Mac and began to work on the report for Kritsada untilNin appeared and told me I could go back into my room. She was grinningall over her face as I followed her into the room. I couldn’t seeanything different to begin with, but she pulled open the wardrobe doorsto reveal a rack of female clothes; dresses, skirts and tops, allarranged on hangers. As I was looking through the wardrobe Nin openedthe drawers to reveal a selection of panties and bras. I started tolaugh and Nin was looking a bit worried.‘You like them?’ She asked nervously. ‘Miss Alex said you lost yourScarlett clothes, so she replaced them for you.’‘I love them, Nin. It’s just what Alex would do.’‘There are shoes too, and makeup. Miss Alex also sent this.’ Nin turnedher back to me and pulled something out of a bag. She turned to face meand in her hands was a wig, not quite the same as Alex’s old one I hadlost in the bombing, but it was close to it. She put it into my handsand I looked at it for a moment before sitting down on the bed. All thetension and stress of the past few days overwhelmed me and I started towell up. I blinked away the tears and wiped my eyes. Nin put her armsaround me.‘What is the matter, James?’‘It’s nothing, Nin. I’m just so glad to see you. It’s been tough thisweek.’She hugged me tight. ‘Miss Alex and Miss Areeya both miss you. They senttheir love for you.’I hugged her back and then called Alex on the burner phone. She pickedup straight away. ‘Did you like our gifts?’‘I love them, the wig is beautiful. It cheered me up so much. I think Imight just give Scarlett a trial run tonight.’ I looked over at Nin whogave me a big grin and a thumbs up.Areeya chipped in, ‘Make sure you behave yourself. We don’t want anymore trouble.’I laughed, ‘Don’t worry, I intend to keep myself out of troubletonight.’ After promising to call them the next day, I hung up andturned to Nin. She was bouncing up and down with excitement.‘James, where do you want to go tonight? Back to the bar?’For a lot of reasons, not all of which I could share with Nin, I didn’twant to go back there.‘No, not tonight. Let’s try somewhere different. Any suggestions?Remember, I want to keep out of trouble.’‘You want me to call Shane? See if he free?’ The idea of dressing asScarlett with Shane made me shiver, and I felt my cock stir as I thoughtabout what that might involve.‘Yes, give him a call and see.’ I felt giddy as Nin made the call; halfhoping that he could and half that he wouldn’t be able to make it. Shecame back and said, ‘He say he not sure, he will see if he can join uslater. We should tell him where we are.’I wasn’t sure if I was disappointed or relieved that he couldn’t makeit. I needed something to take my mind off what was going to happen overthe next few days. With everything else going on I had let the idea of aLadyboy show in Samui slip to the back of my mind. I would have to getback onto that as I had money tied up in it.‘Nin, why don’t we go see a Kathoey cabaret? We need to plan for the oneon Samui. I’ve been to Calypso, is there another good one?’‘OKaaaaay, I think Playhouse Cabaret good too. We go there and then forsome food in Yaorawat. I tell Shane.’That was settled, and I started to think about what to wear. Nin and Ilooked through the wardrobe and I pulled out some things I thoughtlooked nice. I stripped off my shirt and jeans and pulled a pair of lacepanties up my legs. How would I ever get over that sublime feeling as Ipulled them tight and they settled around my balls. I had lost anyembarrassment about dressing and undressing in front of Nin, so we spentthe afternoon laughing and trying on different looks, taking them offand coming back to them. Nin told me my legs were nice and I should wearsomething short, but I was still unsure about showing them. In the end,I decided on a long, floaty yellow chiffon skirt that flared out when Itwirled around. Nin suggested I team it with a loose white lace top withcapped sleeves.She helped me with my makeup, very light, with subtle eyeshadow and adark red lipstick. I managed the wig myself and even I thought I lookedpretty good when we had finished. Nin lent me a pair of her danglyclip-on earrings and a bracelet. She told me we would get my earspierced the next day and get me some real earrings. I put on a pair oflow wedges and put my phones and purse into a small shoulder bag and wewere ready to go.Nin had let her hair down, it fell almost to her bum at the back, andwore a pair of bright red shorts and a dangerously short pink top. Itold her she looked beautiful, and she kissed me on the lips and said Idid too. We jumped in a tuk-tuk and headed out to get to the early show.We were early, so we killed some time with a drink before we went in. Iwas now much more confident about being dressed and I know I got somelooks, but I didn’t care too much what other people thought any more.The show was great. The dancing, the lip syncing, the outfits and thesets were all so well done. The girls were beautiful as were the boyswho were also in the show. I could only hope we would be able to getsomewhere near as good as this in Samui. It gave me some many ideas forwhat we could do when we were able to get our show going. Moreimportantly, it was exactly what I needed to get my mind off what wasgoing on. I lost myself completely in the music and the excitement ofbecoming involved in something like this. As we left, the girls lined upeither side for the guests to take photos for a few baht. Nin took a fewof me with some of the girls although I was a lot taller than most ofthem. They read me, of course, and were giggling between themselves, butnot in a nasty way. As I was about to leave, one of them took my hands,kissed me and said, ‘You very nice, look lovely.’ I thanked her andtipped her a few more baht. Well, who wouldn’t?Yaorawat is Bangkok’s Chinatown and is one of the most authentic andunchanged parts of a city which is changing rapidly everywhere else. Atnight Yaorawat Road is teeming with food stalls and restaurants whichoverspill the pavements and onto the road itself. Nin and I walked handin hand down the road, stopping to watch the cooks preparing the foodright in front of us. The smells, the noise and the smoke flickeringaround the light bulbs of the food carts is intoxicating. Nin had a textfrom Shane saying he could get away in an hour, so to tell him where wewould be around then. We sat and ate at one of the pavement restaurantswhere the food was ridiculously cheap and eye wateringly spicy.Nin wanted to see one of the old bars she used to work in before shecame to Samui and she texted Shane to meet us there. It wasn’t far fromYaorawat and Nin said she knew a shortcut, so we decided to walk. Handin hand we wandered slowly along the streets. The crowds began to thinout and Nin began to look nervous, casting anxious glances over hershoulder. I asked her what was wrong.‘I think I make wrong turn. I am not sure, but I think we are also beingfollowed.’I looked round, but couldn’t see anything behind us. I gripped her hand,‘Come on, keep walking. Never look like a victim.’ We walked on tryingto appear as we knew exactly where we were going. Thailand may be theland of smiles, but there is also a snarl not far away if you’reunlucky. Nin had found her way again, but just as she said the bar wasaround the next corner, a group of men stepped out of a side alley infront of us and blocked our path. There were three of them, and theylooked like trouble. One of them said something in Thai and Nin snappedsomething back, which seemed to anger them.‘What did you say, Nin?’‘He tell us to give them our money and I told him I would rather piss onhis mother’s grave.’‘OK, maybe not what I would have said, but it’s too late now.’I tried to step in front of Nin to shield her, but she shoved me out ofthe way. The three of them seemed uncertain what to do, not expecting ashow of defiance from a couple of girls. One of them drew a knife andwaved it around. Even I could tell by the way he was acting he wasnervous. He said something again in Thai and Nin just spat on theground. I looked around and all I could see was a short metal pole lyingon the pavement by my feet. As I bent down to pick it up, the man withthe knife yelled something and ran straight at Nin. I shouted at her torun, but it looked as if she had frozen as she didn’t move at all. I gotmy hand on the pole just as he reached her and I thought he was going tokill her right in front of me. Memories of what happened to Pao flashedinto my mind and red-hot rage enveloped me as fight overcame flight.Adrenaline was pumping into my bloodstream, and I was ready to diebefore I would let anything happen to Nin.Everything after that seemed to happen in slow motion. As the manreached her and thrust his knife towards her, Nin took a step backwardsand sideways, grabbing his wrist at the same time and turning her wholebody, somehow throwing him straight over her shoulder onto the ground.Standing over him with his wrist now in both of her hands, she twistedsharply, and I heard the crack as bones in his wrist splintered. Hisscreams echoed down the alley as he lay on the ground writhing in pain.The other two ran towards us and I could see knives glitter in thelight.‘Take the one on right,’ said Nin as she turned to face the other one. Iwas concentrating on the guy heading for me as he thrust his knifetowards my stomach, but I managed to parry it with the pole. He took astep backwards and came at me again. By sheer luck I managed to blockthis thrust, but the knife flashed very close to my face. He came at meonce more, but this time I was expecting it and smacked the polestraight down on his arm. I hit him hard enough that the knife fell outof his hand, and as he bent down to pick it up, I hit him on the side ofhis head with the pole. The impact jarred my arm so badly I almostdropped the pole. He grunted and fell to the floor. I hadn’t seen whathappened to the other guy, but as I turned around I heard him scream andsaw Nin stand over him then stamp on his wrist with her foot. Somepeople were watching from the end of the road, drawn presumably by thescreams. One of them would surely call the police, and I didn’t want tobe here when they arrived.I turned back to Nin and said, ‘I think we should get out of herequickly.’She nodded, but walked across to the first guy who lay whimpering on theground like a wounded a****l as he held his wrist with the other hand.She bent down and said something to him before escort samsun standing up and reachingfor my hand.‘Well,’ said a deep Australian voice, ‘I wouldn’t want to run into youtwo sheilas in a dark alley.’We turned around to see Shane standing there clapping his hands andgrinning from ear to ear. ‘Come on, let’s get moving. Neither of youwant to be around when the cops start asking questions.’We followed Shane down the alley and away from where we had been untilwe found a bar far enough away that we felt safe. I badly needed adrink, so we ordered some beers and then we all started to talk at once.Shane put his hand up and said, ‘One at a time. I’ll go first, then youtwo can fill me in on what happened before I pitched up. I arrived atthe bar looking for you two when I heard screams coming from the alley.’He shook his head in mock amazement and looked at me. ‘For some strangereason I had a feeling that it might involve you. I came running out tosee Nin here drop one bloke and James, I mean Jamie, or Scarlett… shit,who the hell are you tonight?’I blushed. ‘Scarlett, I think.’He grinned and went on. ‘Look, I see Nin take out one bloke with a greatthrow and stamp on his wrist. At the same time Scarlett smashes anotherbloke on the head with a pole and lays him out. Only then do I noticethere’s already one on the ground, moaning and holding his wrist. Thatwas a sweet move Nin, by the way. Can you teach it to me?’Nin blushed and mumbled, ‘Thank you.’I picked up the story. ‘We were walking down the alley to the barminding our own business, when these three guys stop us. I guess theythought we would be a pushover. Nin, I couldn’t believe what you said tothem when they first appeared.’ I turned to Shane, ‘When the first guytook out his knife and told us to give them our money, Nin said that shewould rather piss on his mother’s grave.’‘Strewth, way to go, Nin,’ said Shane and gave her a fist bump. ‘To be honest, I thought she had gone mad. So, when the first guy cameat her with his knife I thought it was all over. The next thing I knowhe’s on his back screaming his lungs out as she snaps his wrist. You sawwhat she did to the other one. Where did you learn to fight like that,Nin?’Her face split into a huge grin. ‘I learn how to defend myself whileworking here. I got good at it. Not first time I have had to fight men.’I raised my bottle to her, ‘Thank God you were there, Nin. You wereawesome.’‘To Ninja Nin,’ said Shane, and we all collapsed in laughter.‘What did you say to him when we left, Nin?’ I asked.‘I tell him next time I meet him I cut off his balls with his knife.’That set us off again.‘Look, Nin, I could get you a job teaching close quarter fighting anytime,’ said Shane when we had stopped laughing.‘Thank you, Shane, but I not sure anyone ready for Kathoey to do that.’‘Wasn’t there a Kathoey Muay Thai fighter?’ I said.Nin nodded, ‘Yes, Nong Toom, she my idol. She changed a lot for Kathoeyin Thailand.’Shane ordered some more beers, and we sat for a while calming down fromthe evening’s action. I frowned, and Shane said, ‘Why the face?’‘Well, I did say I didn’t want any trouble this evening,’ I said with astraight face which set the other two off one more time. I waited forthem to stop laughing before asking, ‘Shane, when are you due back?’‘Not until the morning. The Ambassador has calmed down a bit. Theymanaged to talk him out of the panic room at the Embassy yesterday, buthe’s still half convinced it’s going to be a counter coup. He’s a realwuss.’ Nin looked confused ‘Sorry, Nin. I mean he’s got a yellow streakbetween his arse and his head.’ She looked even more confused.‘He means he’s a coward, Nin.’ I said, then looked Shane straight in theeye, ‘Come back to the hotel with us then. Stay the night.’He lowered his bottle to the table. ‘Are you sure, babe?’‘I wouldn’t have asked if I wasn’t sure, Shane. Is it alright with youNin?’ She giggled and said, ‘Yes, yes. No problem.’‘Then it’s decided. Let’s get a tuk-tuk back.’ Nin and I roared withlaughter watching Shane squeeze himself into the tuk-tuk. He had to bendhimself almost in half to get inside and the vehicle leant alarminglyover to one side. Thankfully for everyone, including the tuk-tuk driver,it wasn’t a long trip back to the hotel. Nin grabbed one of Shane’s armsand I the other as we walked through the lobby to the private penthouseelevator. It slid open as I put in the code we’d been given, and withinseconds we were stepping into the apartment.‘Wow, and wow again.’ said Shane as he took in the size of the place. ‘Make yourself at home, while I get some room service. Nin can you makesome drinks?’ Whilst I ordered a selection of Thai snacks, I sneakedlooks at Shane as he toured the apartment. Maybe because of the fightearlier on, I’m not sure, but right now I was horny as hell. My cockstarted to twitch as I watched him move around, and I saw Nin looking athim as if she was going to eat him. Which if things went to plan, shewould. Nin gave us all beers, and we drank them on the balcony looking out overthe glittering lights of Bangkok. We talked and laughed about some ofthe times we had together, from the time when Shane met us on my firsttime out en femme, to the terrible night when Pao was stabbed. I askedhim what he had thought of me that first night.‘You don’t really want to know, do you?’‘Only if it’s nice.’He grinned. ‘I had staked out my objectives, identified my target ofopportunity, and was eager to close and engage in hand to handmanoeuvres.’‘Bastard.’ I threw a cushion at him. ‘I was terrified of you that firsttime, pretending to be out with the lads, and then when we met on theferry, the penny still didn’t drop that we were set up. I’m still notsure I will forgive you.’‘Seriously, it was all professional for me at that point. Alex andAreeya had told me you needed some babysitting on the way to Bangkok.Although having seen what Nin can do, I think I was surplus torequirements. I was only following orders.’Nin laughed, ‘We were so glad you were with us, Shane.’‘Amen to that.’ I raised my bottle to him and I think he blushed at thatmoment beneath his tan. Room service arrived with the food and we ateand drank a few more beers out on the balcony. If I was feeling hornyearlier, I was now on fire. I whispered to Nin who grinned and grabbedmy hand and pulled me up. I turned to Shane. ‘We’re off to bed, Shane.You can either use the spare bedroom or you can come and join us. Yourchoice, big boy.’Nin giggled and hand in hand we wiggled our way towards the masterbedroom. We threw ourselves onto the bed, and I pulled Nin in for akiss. Wrapping her arms around my neck she slipped her tongue into mymouth, and I nearly sucked it out of her throat. It must have been onlya few seconds before we felt the bed move as Shane joined us. Ninslipped off the bed and in a few seconds was naked except for herpanties. I did the same, and we embraced in front of Shane, and I couldsee Shane watching us wide eyed as we kissed and stroked each other. Iwas overwhelmed with lust by now, and I knew what I wanted to do toShane.Nin pushed me to my knees and I took the front of her panties in myteeth and eased them down until her cock sprang out. Turning my head sothat I could watch Shane, I licked and tongued the side of Nin’s cock.He peeled off his t-shirt and threw it into a corner as I took Nin intomy mouth. She gave a little squeal, and I felt her grow inside my mouth.I watched Shane as he slipped off his shorts to reveal his beautifulcock, giving it one or two strokes making it grow before my eyes. Letting Nin slip from my mouth, I pointed to Shane who was now sat onthe edge of the bed. Dropping to her knees in front of him, Nin kissedand licked the end of his cock before slipping it into her mouth.Standing up, I slid off my panties and moved round to stand next to him,my cock level with his face. He couldn’t make up his mind whether tolook at me or Nin, who was now energetically and noisily sucking away. Igot his attention by slapping my cock on his cheek a couple of timesbefore he opened his mouth and poked out his tongue. I slapped that withmy cock as well before slipping it through his lips and into his warmmouth. He made me groan as he wrapped his lips around me and began tobob his head to and fro. Putting my hands behind his head to keep himthere, he looked up at me as I slid myself into his mouth. His eyes werelocked on mine as he swirled his tongue around the head. Looking down I saw Nin sucking Shane. She couldn’t deep throat him butwas doing her best to get as much of his cock in her mouth as possible.Shane let me slip out and his tongue flickered against the tip of mycock, making me tremble and my knees almost gave way. I pushed myselfback into his mouth and started to drive in and out. He slapped my bumand I squealed, but it felt good, the sharp little sting adding to theincandescent fire of desire I was already feeling. I looked down at him,‘Can I fuck you?’ He nodded and Nin let him go as he stood up. Shoving him onto the bedand onto his hands and knees, I pushed Nin up to his head and she slidher cock into his mouth. Running over to the bathroom i found the lubewhich Nin had brought with her. I shot back into the bedroom, my cockswinging around wildly. Kneeling on the bed, I lubed myself and putsome on Shane’s hole. I knelt behind him and put my hands on his back asmy cock tapped at him. He twitched as he felt it there, and I eased thehead in and pulled straight out, teasing him as he waited for me to pushall the way in. I repeated this a few times, then pushed hard just as he was beingshoved back onto me by Nin at the other end. He gasped as I slid intohim, and then once again as I went past his muscle. Beginning slowlywith long strokes I built up the pace gradually until I was pounding himhard. I found I could reach round to stoke his cock as I was thrustinginto him. He grunted under the assault from Nin in his mouth, me at theback and my hands on his cock. Nin leant forward and I did the same sothat we were kissing as we spit roasted Shane. Nin grunted, ‘I cummingnow,’ and erupted into Shane’s mouth. My climax was close but I was tillon the edge, so I kept pumping into Shane, my balls slapping againsthim. Nin pulled out and slid under Shane taking his cock into her mouth.He groaned as he felt her mouth wrap around his now rampant cock, andwithin a few seconds he climaxed, his cum splashing out onto Nin’s face.I slowed down once more and with one or two long strokes I too came,some of my cum being forced out of Shane and dripping down onto Nin’supturned face. Totally spent I slumped forward onto Shane’s back and heslid sideways, avoiding Nin as he did so. I wanted to stay inside him,until I felt my cock begin to shrink and I pulled out with a plop. Wecollapsed onto the bed, all of us breathing heavily. Nin’s face wassplashed with cum, Shane’s and mine I guessed. ‘Come on, we have to get cleaned up.’ Pulling her under the shower wegently washed each other, kissing as we did so, which, of course,produced the inevitable result and we play fenced with our cocks.Eventually stepping out of the shower, we were greeted by Shane standingthere grinning all over his face.‘Don’t stop on my account girls, I was enjoying that.’We grabbed him and dragged him into the shower where Nin washed his backand I got the first prize, washing his front. At some point, I foundmyself kissing him and stroking his cock. I’m pretty sure Nin had afinger in his bum as he was squirming all over the place. I fell to myknees and took him into my mouth, or as much as I could without gagging.He slipped out of me just as he came and I took most of it on my face.That led to another clean up, but we had all had enough by this time. Ithad been a long and stressful evening and after drying each other weheaded back to the bedroom. Shane took the middle of the bed and Nin andI on either side of him. He pulled us both close to him, and in thathappy state it wasn’t long before we drifted off to sleep.***I awoke to find the room still in darkness, but Shane wasn’t in the bed.His voice from the main room I slipped on one of the hotel robes andwent out to see what was up. He was already dressed and talking on hisphone, and I guessed what had happened. I plopped myself onto his lapand put my arms around his neck.‘Do you have to go?’ I asked when his call finished. He kissed me andsaid, ‘Sorry, love, the Ambassador is having a hissy fit. He wants extrasecurity 24/7 now. The little shit is scared of his own shadow. I didn’twant to wake you.’‘No. I’m glad I woke up. I can say goodbye properly.’ I kissed him andbegan to wriggle around on his lap and I felt his cock begin to stir.‘Stop it, you bad girl. I have to go.’‘What if I rang the Embassy and told them you had been k**napped andthey had to pay a ransom to get you back?’‘They would probably say good riddance and to keep me.’ he kissed me onemore time and then samsun escort bayan tipped me onto the floor.‘Ouch, you sod, that hurt.’He laughed and ducked to avoid a cushion, my favourite weapon of choiceat the moment. After he left I sat there for a while, missing him.Sighing deeply i walked into the bedroom, slipped into bed beside Ninand cuddled up to her back, I was fast asleep in seconds.***I woke to find Nin spooning me and it felt nice to wake up with someoneholding me again. She stirred and yawned, before asking ‘Where Shane?’‘He had to go to work, Nin. He left early.’‘OK, I have to go to bathroom.’ She walked away, her cute little bumwiggling as she went. I managed to haul myself out of bed for the secondtime this morning, put the robe back on and went to make some coffee. Irang room service for some breakfast as I couldn’t be bothered to godown for it. Nin out of the bathroom and sat drinking her coffee starknaked. My cock began to pay attention.’Nin, please put a robe on, you’re far too pretty for me this time ofthe morning.’ She giggled and padded off to the bedroom, casting acheeky little grin over he shoulder as she got to the door. Putting myhead in my hands I wondered if I had developed some kind of sexaddiction. We had breakfast and I called Alex before heading over to Dr Wichasak’sapartment for lunch. ‘How are you baby?’ she asked when she eventually answered the phone.‘Did you have a quiet night?’‘Yes, Nin and I went out for dinner, then came back and had some drinkshere. Very quiet.’ I had my fingers crossed as I said it. ‘How aboutyou?’‘So so, busy at the Cockatoo and the restaurant though. Pao should bewell enough to go back to work this week, which will help Areeya out.Pao sends her love, and asks if Nin is looking after you.’I coughed and heard Alex snigger. I don’t think it was Pao asking.‘I miss you all, but mostly you and Areeya.’‘Me too. Have you seen Shane?’‘I saw him once last week, he’s busy laying down his life for theAmbassador. Although i think he might shoot him anyway if he gets thechance.’‘OK, give him a kiss for me if you do see him, or something else if youprefer.’‘Got to go,’ I said. ‘I’m seeing Dr Wichasak for lunch.’‘Definitely give her our love, we owe that woman a lot.’‘You don’t have to remind me. Love you.’‘Love you too, and be safe over there. See you soon.’ I always felt guilty about not telling the whole truth to Alex, butright now I thought it for the best. I called in at the hotel shop tobuy some chocolates and flowers as a gift for Dr Wichasak. Nothing Icould bring would ever be enough to thank the Doctor for what she haddone for me and Pao, but I hoped she would appreciate the thought.The tuk-tuk dropped me off at her apartment block where the receptionistasked me to wait for a few minutes while she rang upstairs, and i tookthe chance to look around. It was obviously an expensive block judgingby the furnishings in the reception area and the two security guards,one of whom was giving a very intense stare. The receptionist came overto me, made a wai and then said the Dr Wichasak was waiting for me onthe 20th floor, and one of the security guards would go up in the liftwith me.The guard overrode the lift controls taking us nonstop to the 20thfloor. The doors opened and there stood Dr Wichasak, a big smile on herface. ‘Sawasdee kha, khun James. It’s so nice to see you again.’‘Sawasdee khap, Doctor. It’s sweet of you to invite me.’ ‘James, please call me Praew, Doctor is so formal.’‘That’s a pretty name.’She smiled. ‘In Thai it means shining, or dazzling. It’s my nickname.Many Thais believe that using a nickname wards off evil spirits who tryto steal c***dren. Please come through and have a drink.’She took the flowers and chocolates I had brought and she seemeddelighted that I had brought something. It seemed as if the apartmenttook up the whole floor. Praew saw me looking, ‘It’s my home in Bangkok,but it doubles up as my private consulting office as well. I have aplace on Phi Phi Don, but I don’t get there very often.’She led me through the apartment and we ended up in large room withfloor to ceiling windows giving a panoramic view over the city. ‘What a fabulous view, Praew.’‘I love this city, James, I’ve lived in lots of places, LA for one, butnone is as exciting as this place.’‘Alex and Areeya, and Pao, of course send their love. Pao is returningto work next week.’‘She’s a tough girl, we very nearly lost her twice. We did what wecould, but she pulled herself through the rest of it. You are all veryfond of her?’‘Yes, I met her before Alex and Areeya. Long story.’ And one I didn’treally want to get into I thought.‘James, I’ve arranged for lunch to be brought in. We can eat on thebalcony, is that OK?’We sat and ate lunch on the balcony looking out over the city. In thedistance you could get a glimpse of the Grand Palace, and a littlefurther away, the golden spires of Wat Arun glinting in the sunlight. Wesat and talked about how things were going in Samui and my project herein Bangkok. She talked about her work here in Thailand as well as herconsulting all over South East Asia as well. I asked her if she wouldtell me how she knew Kritsada, and she said that she had got to know hmafter the death of his wife, Areeya’s mother. They had grown close, buther career and his businesses had stopped anything coming of it. Iguessed that she and he had been, maybe were still involved in some way,but I didn’t press it. We went inside for coffee and sat looking outthrough the windows.‘James, may I ask you a personal question?’‘Of course, what do you want to know?’‘I first met you as James when I treated you after the pirate attack,and then you appeared as Jamie when I treated Pao. You said then youwould tell me what was going on if I wanted to know. Would you tell menow?’I had guessed she would ask, but I wasn’t sure how much I should, oreven wanted, to tell her. I thought for a moment, then decided to tellher most of the story.‘It all started when we had to get an urgent message to Kritsada that wecouldn’t trust to the phone or email. It had to be delivered in person.Alex and Areeya came up with this crazy idea for me to go dressed as agirl so I wouldn’t be spotted because we thought we were being watched.’Praew raised an eyebrow at this, but she didn’t interrupt.‘I said no at first, but I guess you know how persuasive Alex and Areeyacan be. They did a makeover on me and, to be honest, I was amazed at howI looked. I wasn’t a beauty, but I didn’t look so bad. They eventuallyconvinced me that I could get away with it. So, Nin and I set off toBangkok on the ferry. We met Shane on the ferry, by accident I thought,but it turned out it was part of Alex’s plan.’I paused to take a drink, uncertain how far to go. I realised I hadnever spoken to anyone other than Alex about how all this made me feel,and suddenly it all began to tumble out.‘Praew, I didn’t understand what was going on, but dressing as Jamiemade me feel different. I was terrified at first, but as time went onand nobody laughed or shouted at me, I became more confident. There wasan incident on way from the ferry to Bangkok…’ I had to stop and smileat the look on Praew’s face.‘Somehow, that doesn’t surprise me, James.’‘Well, it meant we had to spend a night in a hotel together; myself, Ninand Shane. There was only one room left, and we had to share it.’ I feltmyself go red at this point. ‘I found out Shane was gay, and as James itwouldn’t have meant anything, but as Jamie, I was really attracted tohim. I didn’t understand why to be honest. I know I was lonely thatnight and maybe a bit scared too, but that wasn’t the only reason Iliked him. I was confused as hell, Praew. I had never felt anyattraction to a man before. Alex is different.’ I knew I sounded defensive, and I looked at Praew to see if she wouldsay anything, but all she did was nod her head, as if to say OK, go on.‘Nothing happened that night, but it had shaken me. I couldn’t work outwhy I was feeling like this. As I said, as Jamie, I felt different. Morevulnerable certainly, but also more aware of my own feelings andemotions. Jamie seemed to bring out a side of me, which I hadn’trealised was there. It was frightening, but nice as well. I realisedthat I liked being Jamie.’ I winced, remembering Jandaeng. ‘Well, mostof the time, anyway’I took a drink, realising the next part would be difficult to say. ‘We got back to Samui OK, and Alex suggested a trip on the boat to havea break. To cut a long story short, I dressed as Jamie on the trip, andShane and I ended up in bed and he made love to me. The next night wegot back to Cockatoo and Pao was stabbed. That’s when you met me asJamie.’Praew leant forward and took my hand. ‘Thank you, James. That must havebeen hard for you to say.’‘Parts of it, Praew. But, thank you for listening, it has actually mademe feel better, sharing it with someone.’‘How do you feel about it all now? Being Jamie, I mean, and aboutShane.’I paused for a moment, trying to get my thoughts in order.‘I’m OK with it all, I think. I like being Jamie from time to time. Itallows me to live out a different part of my personality. I wouldn’twant to be Jamie all the time, but when I am, I feel calmer, moresensitive, more relaxed; in a way I can’t do as James. Maybe it’s aboutnot having to carry around the macho bullshit all the time. It’s alsomade me aware of how women are treated by men, how vulnerable women canbe.’ I thought back to the attack the previous evening, and how easy the menthought we would be. Wanting to forget about that, I looked at Praew,‘There is, however, one thing I really like about being Jamie.’Her eyebrow shot up. ‘Oh?’‘The clothes.’ I laughed, ‘I love dressing up as Jamie. It’s so muchmore fun dressing as a girl than as a man.’ Praew laughed with me,before a frown creased her forehead.‘And how about Shane?’Praew couldn’t possibly have missed the smile which flashed across myface as I thought back to another part of last night.‘I’m good with that too. As Jamie, I really like him, but I love Alexand Areeya in a way that I could never love Shane. They know about Shaneas well.‘ I didn’t want to tell Praew how Alex had pretty much pushed meinto bed with Shane. Trying to analyse my relationship with Alex wouldhave taken us off into a completely new dimension.‘How does Shane feel about it all?’The question shook me. I hadn’t really given it any thought. ‘I’mashamed to say that I don’t know, Praew. He isn’t a big talker.’ Ismiled again, ‘I know he really likes Jamie, and probably James too, forall I know. But I don’t know exactly. He seems to be someone who takeslife pretty easily. Are you saying I need to take his feelings more intoaccount?’She didn’t answer for a minute, letting her eyes play over my face,whilst deciding what to say.‘It’s not for me to say, James. What I will say is that you seem to havebeen on a switchback ride since you came to Thailand. Given everythingthat has happened to you over here, you may have awoken feelings andemotions which were buried deep inside you, so it’s not a surprise thatyou’re unsure about what you feel. You are lucky to have people who caredeeply about you, and who can help you on your journey of selfdiscovery. It wouldn’t be for everyone, but from what I have learntabout you, I think you have the courage and sensitivity to deal with it.We have a saying kham nam kham thale, it means to cross over water andsea, to fight through many obstacles to succeed. You will find your way,I am sure of it. You are one of the bravest people I have ever met. Youdon’t hesitate to put yourself in harms way for people. You have charmand style and are easy to be with. People are attracted to you, even ifyou don’t know it. You’re easy to like James. Just be aware of theinfluence you have with them. Don’t hurt them if you can avoid it.’I squeezed her hand and felt a tear forming at the corner of my eye. ‘Thank you, Praew. You have been so patient to listen to me. It wasgreat to get some of that off my chest.’‘You are very welcome, James. You’re a remarkable ma..I mean person.’I grinned back at her. ‘Yes, I’m confused sometimes too.’We laughed together, until Praew’s mobile trilled.‘Please excuse me, James, I have to get this.’ She walked away a fewpaces and although I couldn’t understand any of the conversation, Icould tell from the glance she shot at me, that the call was about me.There was only one person who would call her about me, and that wasconfirmed as she walked across and handed me the phone. ‘I’m sorry,James. It’s Kritsada, he wants a word.’ I took the phone from her andshe disappeared from the room. ‘Hello, khun Kritsada.’‘Hello, my dear James, I hope you’ve had a good time with Praew?’‘Yes, sir. She has been a most gracious host. Is there something I cando for you?’‘Yes, James, there is. You remember the party I talked about this week?The one you will be coming to?’‘Yes, of course.’‘Well, I have request for you, which I hope you will be able to agreeto.’’If I can, sir, I will.’‘Good, good. Now, I find myself without an escort for the evening. It’sa long story, but I wonder if you would agree to be my escort for theevening? As Jamie, I mean.’To be continued.

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