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lana Sentence Examples

  • Lana cracked an eye open wide enough to see it was too early for her alarm to sound.

  • Amused, Lana tossed off her coverlet.

  • Lana suppressed a sigh.

  • Lana's gaze lingered in its direction, her heart quickening.

  • You're an angel, Lana.

  • Mrs. Watson answered the door with a shotgun over her shoulder, her wrinkled face peering up at Lana.

  • Lana smiled and stepped aside.

  • Lana nodded and stepped away.

  • The Peak was abuzz with activity when Lana arrived several hours later.

  • Lana shook her head, wondering what kind of man thought of chocolate at such a time.

  • "I'm here, I'm here, Elise," Lana mumbled.

  • Lana's body ached from sleeping in chairs.

  • Computers hummed, the sound enough to lull Lana to sleep nearly every shift she spent alone in the vault despite the sleep replacement supplements—known as anti-sleepers—she took.

  • "It just doesn't make sense to me," Lana began.

  • "Probably," Lana responded, turning away from the map.

  • The door behind Lana slid open.

  • Lana studied the general.

  • Lana almost sighed in relief.

  • Lana grimaced internally at the thought of dealing with the crazy man who should've been running the command center instead of her.

  • Lana brought up the energy grids.

  • Lana hesitated then went on with a frown.

  • Lana shivered as she stepped into the cold night.

  • Lana waved to them in greeting as she reached the barracks.

  • Lana tucked the microcomputer away, gazing at the valley again.

  • Lana's smile remained as she crossed the helipad towards the barracks.

  • Lana, see what's broken.

  • Lana had never seen this error message before.

  • Lana programmed her micro quickly to mirror the messages and set it to work decrypting the encoding.

  • Elise's voice pulled Lana from her work.

  • Lana twisted, grimacing when her neck cramped with the simple movement.

  • Elise held out a meal bar, which Lana accepted.

  • "Lana, get your anti-sleepers and meet me in the commander's quarters," General Greene called, poking his head into the hub.

  • Lana smiled as she turned her attention from the conversation to the screens around her.

  • Lana waited until the others in the center left and stood before the titanium-reinforced glass in front of the keypads.

  • Lana glanced towards the door and sat at a small table nearby.

  • Lana leaned her elbows on her knees, staring hard at the wall.

  • Lana reached into her bag and pulled out her personal vault.

  • Lana jerked, afraid she'd been caught, before she realized Elise was calling over the command center's channels.

  • Lana asked in surprise.

  • Lana asked impatiently, standing.

  • I gotta go, Lana.

  • Frowning, Lana remained before the screen even as the blond woman disappeared.

  • Elise's news of the PMF fighting alongside her forces wasn't something Lana expected to hear.

  • Lana crossed to the screen and touched it, bringing up details of the attacks.

  • "Larry, this is Lana at the command center," she said, forcing her attention back to the communications center.

  • Lana neared, forcing her gaze away from the three bodies as she waited.

  • This better be important, Lana.

  • Lana watched him, at a loss at what to think of his reaction.

  • Lana glanced at her micro, which still worked on breaking through his messages.

  • "Turn that off, Lana," the general ordered in a softer tone as he glanced towards a woman manning the screen on the left.

  • "Lana, walk with us," the general added.

  • Lana is my right hand.

  • Both Lana and the general turned icy, less-than-impressed looks on him, and for once, Brady was glad he couldn't speak.

  • Lana smiled faintly, meeting Brady's gaze again.

  • Lana cried and shoved away.

  • Elise lowered her laser as Lana blocked her shot and approached the man named Arnie.

  • Lana reached Arnie and spoke to him too quietly to hear.

  • Lana shifted, and Arnie bolted towards the cliff.

  • Lana jumped over him and squeezed between two boulders, all but flinging herself towards the object.

  • Elise grabbed at Arnie, who twisted free and followed Lana.

  • Lana squirmed in his bear hug, pushing them closer to the edge.

  • "Give it to me, Lana!" he shouted.

  • Lana's eyes opened, and she stared at Brady, emotions flying through the expressive gaze.

  • Light flashed and Lana gave a strangled cry as the laser gun glanced off her wrist.

  • Arnie's weight dropped, and Lana and Brady landed in a heap.

  • Lana curled into a ball, holding her arm to her chest.

  • "Lana, you fool," Elise scolded, squatting beside them.

  • Elise grabbed her wrist, but Lana resisted again.

  • He held out his hand, and Lana held out her wrist.

  • Major, take Lana to the doc and get what rest you can.

  • Brady jostled Lana's still body in his arms as he rose.

  • Elise fell into step beside him after checking on Lana.

  • Brady lifted Lana gently off the gurney and entered, following Elise through the waiting area into the bay beyond.

  • Brady set Lana down on a bed and stepped back.

  • He brushed hair away from Lana's pale face.

  • "Is this a laser wound?" the doctor asked, releasing the seal around Lana's wrist.

  • Lana awoke lethargic and in pain.

  • Lana sat as soon as he released her and started to her feet again, only to feel a hand planted in her chest that pushed her onto her back.

  • "Lana, hon, you okay?" the doctor asked.

  • Lana looked from him to Major Brady, with his darker features and hair.

  • Lana's head buzzed, and she staggered, leaning against a wall.

  • Lana met his gaze, hearing his Southern drawl for the first time.

  • "I'm just happy you're alive," he said, touching her face in an unexpected display of tenderness Lana studied his chiseled features, which didn't seem capable of much emotion at all.

  • Lana accepted it and allowed him to pull her up and steady her with warm hands on her arms.

  • Lana smiled faintly and nodded, touched by his concern.

  • Lana turned and smiled as the security specialist drove towards her in a cart.

  • Elise pursed her lips, and Lana was surprised to see her eyes water.

  • Lana's head spun at the news.

  • Lana made her way through them to the general and followed his gaze.

  • Lana, contact the central and western centers.

  • Elise nudged Lana when she continued to stare.

  • Lana was surprised to find that someone else at the Peak within the mountain had issued a similar mayday call.

  • Lana read through one detailing the intent to attack using a secret weapon.

  • It wasn't just the injury and meds that made Lana's head spin.

  • Lana locked her micro.

  • Lana looked up at the scenes on the screens then at the general.

  • Lana moved away from the commo computer and started systems checks on the others.

  • Lana tucked the micro in her pocket and crossed to it.

  • Lana checked the general's location, not surprised to find him at the west wall.

  • Lana typed a message to Mr. Tim, telling him she was leaving and heading to the Peace Command Center, which was the first center beyond the Mississippi River.

  • "Dammit, Lana," she murmured with a look at her watch then barked, "Doc, hurry!"

  • Lana's the little girl who got shot, right?

  • She wrenched away, saying, "Lana locked out all the systems and left."

  • His instinct told him there was something else going on aside from the insurgents and Lana leaving.

  • Lana didn't have the mettle to survive the way he knew how.

  • Lana had done exactly as Elise directed.

  • Lana grew uneasy and watched the sky flare with rocket and laser fire from the battle at the Peak.

  • Elise didn't give the bird call they'd agreed on, so Lana said nothing.

  • Lana hugged the tree, willing her friend to appear.

  • Lana's heart skipped a beat, and she pulled out the tracker Elise gave her, starting through the forest towards the stream.

  • Lana scrambled up and ran, careening into another man in dark clothing.

  • Lana shoved herself back, ignoring the pain in her wrist as adrenaline flew threw her.

  • Lana scrambled and fought, tears on her face as she realized what she'd done in leaving the Peak.

  • Lana struggled hard without being able to dislodge the muscular man.

  • Lana's skin was soft, her body fitting comfortably against his.

  • Lana awoke in the large tent, wrist aching and her face hurting where she'd been struck.

  • Lana tilted it out far enough to see it was a box of chocolates with the nearby fed hospital's seal on the top.

  • Lana sank onto the couch, not liking the instinct that told her she was right about him.

  • While Brady knew Lana was too afraid to leave his tent even if it wasn't guarded, he'd had to order Elise chained to a tree within view of four guards.

  • "Because if you don't, we'll pop Lana," Brady said.

  • "Lana said she needed help getting to the Peace Command Center in Colorado, that Greenie was going to kill her once she found out what she'd done," Elise continued.

  • Lana sprang up from her corner of the couch and flung her arms around Elise.

  • "Lana, stop it," Elise groaned, pushing her away.

  • Lana was braver this day.

  • He showed Lana the same scene he'd shown Elise.

  • Lana clenched her hands.

  • "Yeah. Greenie," Lana said.

  • "Anyone else?" he asked, sitting close to Lana.

  • Lana clenched her hands but didn't answer.

  • "No, Elise," Lana said in a hushed voice.

  • Lana shook her head.

  • What was worth the lives of the thousand people at the Peak, Lana?

  • Lana shook her head again.

  • Lana was a gentle soul; the secret must have been great if she left behind that many people to die!

  • Brady leaned back, gazing at Lana.

  • Lana yielded without any sign of hesitation, returning his kisses with timidity born of both inexperience and hunger.

  • When he broke contact, Lana pulled his head back to hers, her hands skimming over his shoulders before she undid the top two buttons on his uniform.

  • Lana stared at his wide chest, taking him in with a look of desire.

  • Lana's eyes opened at his voice.

  • Lana didn't know who he was.

  • Thoughts and emotions scattered, Lana watched him secure the vault in the safe and then leave.

  • Lana paused in her pacing, wondering if she'd done something wrong.

  • "Think of something else, Lana," she ordered herself.

  • The look on Elise's face when she realized that Lana had known something was wrong at the Peak.

  • Lana straightened in her seat on the couch, eyes following his powerful stride across the tent.

  • Lana raised the baton when she was within arm's reach and held it out.

  • Lana froze, turning to see him moving.

  • Lana approached him and paused within arm's reach.

  • He watched Lana from the corner of his eye, returning to his weapons, this time with his back to the wall and not towards her.

  • Lana was curled into a tight ball on the far end, asleep.

  • Lana looked up from her seat on the couch.

  • Lana looked at him, frowning.

  • "It's supposed to alleviate bad moods," Dan said to Lana.

  • He'd often wondered what it was that drew Tim to Lana and suspected it was nothing more than what drew him to other women.

  • At least he'd confirmed that whatever secrets Lana had were well worth hiding.

  • Lana, that's my gun arm!

  • Lana eased back without breaking contact.

  • Lana, on the other hand, couldn't shake the paralyzing fear that came with knowing they were being stalked by men who wanted them dead.

  • Lana peered around them to see the five or more armed men about twenty meters away.

  • His gaze rested on Lana, and he smiled.

  • Lana never thought she'd end up in the middle of a forest, defended by the PMF against those who seemed to want to start a second East-West civil war.

  • Can you shoot, Lana?

  • Lana nodded, afraid to ask what happened if the plan didn't work.

  • Lana stretched onto her stomach, watching them from the safety of the tree.

  • The man beside Lana rocked back suddenly, pounding his gun on the ground as it jammed.

  • Lana's heart stopped, and she opened her mouth to shout for Elise.

  • Lana made out his form as he emerged from the bushes.

  • Lana shoved away from the dead man, horrified.

  • Cold water soaked Lana's boots as Dan kept them on the creek's edge for a few hundred meters before veering into the surrounding forest.

  • Lana caught his arm, alarmed.

  • Heart hammering, Lana rose to her tiptoes and gave him a light kiss on the lips.

  • Brady released her suddenly, and Lana wobbled.

  • Breathless, Lana obeyed and joined them in the tunnel.

  • Lana turned as the door behind them closed.

  • Lana, I'm gonna leave you here.

  • Lana entered, in shock from the night.

  • Lana couldn't help thinking they were far too different.

  • Lana stepped out of the doorway as he approached, assuming he meant to ignore her and head to the bedroom to rest.

  • Lana pulled him on top of her, certain he wouldn't walk away this time.

  • Lana pulled the blankets up as well, feeling exposed rather than comfortable at his sudden change.

  • Lana studied his back as he moved.

  • Lana eased out of bed and put on her clothing before joining him.

  • Lana watched him leave and rubbed her face, exhausted.

  • Lana slept until Elise woke her for breakfast by beating on her door in the morning.

  • Lana changed quickly, her body sore from the night with her Guardian.

  • Lana frowned, looking Elise over from head to foot.

  • Lana hadn't expected to sleep in so long but was grateful Elise had thought to leave her alone for the full night.

  • Elise straddled a chair, and Lana sat across from her.

  • Lana listened, nibbling a pastry.

  • "You don't give yourself enough credit, Elise," Lana chided.

  • "I don't think the PMF did it," Lana said at last.

  • Lana half-listened, thoughts on Greenie and the Horsemen.

  • Lana asked suddenly, surprised to see the elite soldier had it at her waist.

  • All your fancy training won't … Lana half-listened to Elise's lecture, thinking about how she could hack into her micro with Elise's.

  • Lana couldn't help but feel self-conscious at the lingering looks they gave her.

  • Lana turned to look at the speaker and craned her neck back.

  • Lana paled, expecting her day wasn't about to get any easier.

  • He'd spent days fighting to reach the Peak with the first one, and Lana had nearly gone off a cliff for another one.

  • Lana would know what it was, even if he didn't.

  • His conversation with Tim returned, and he stayed the urge to call Lana as he had when he was simply the Guardian.

  • Greenie looking for Lana.

  • "I sent Elise and Benny to teach Lana some self-defense," Brady said as they struck off in comfortable silence.

  • He dropped his gear in his suite, curious not to find Lana within.

  • I need to ask Lana about the keypad we found, too.

  • Lana was in the kitchenette, drinking water after her day with Elise.

  • Lana flipped on her micro and placed the keypad on top of it.

  • Silently, he cursed the blond warrior he suspected gave it to Lana.

  • He should've known better than not to warn Dan what Lana could do if she got a hold of a micro, even if it was Elise's.

  • "It's a local energy grid controller," Lana said.

  • Lana emerged at last.

  • "Lana," Brady said, rising.

  • Lana froze for a moment then started forward jerkily.

  • Mr. Tim was as Lana remembered him.

  • You've been like a daughter to me, Lana, and I placed you in the best hands I could.

  • The government is splintering, Lana, he continued.

  • Lana, you know enough about the PMF to know they're the only force—perhaps in the world—with the ability to survive the government tearing itself apart.

  • Lana, I need you to tell me what you know.

  • Lana blinked back more tears.

  • "Until Greene's allies took out the East Coast," Lana added.

  • "I know that now," Lana said in a hushed tone.

  • Lana, I need all the info you have on Greene and who he was talking to.

  • With Lana, you'll have access to all the emerops depots the feds have east of the Mississippi.

  • Lana listened, chilled at the coldness and precision of his directions.

  • Lana, I need to tell you something else.

  • Lana drew a deep breath.

  • Elise had said to survive, and Lana had no doubt Brady was the only one who could help her.

  • Lana crossed her arms, feeling very alone.

  • Stepping onto the ledge outside, Lana heard the sounds of gun and laser fire too close for her comfort, along with the beat of helicopters in the dark skies.

  • Lana hesitated and then took them.

  • Lana looked over her shoulder at an explosion that seemed far too close.

  • Lana hunkered against the mountain as the helicopter drew nearer.

  • Lana took one look at the thin metal stairs and looked away quickly.

  • Lana held her breath at the whirling world, certain their death would at least be fast.

  • The cabin swayed, and Lana caught the image of wires and far below, water.

  • "Lana," he said more gently, when she didn't move.

  • Lana eased the straps off the box and pulled.

  • Lana closed her eyes at the sudden light and heard him tearing something out of the ceiling.

  • Lana slapped at the water-breather until it covered her mouth and nose then squeezed her eyes closed.

  • Lana fumbled with her harness and yanked it free, slogging through the rising water.

  • Lana's head broke free, and she pushed the water-breather up, gasping.

  • Lana looked up at the bridge, trying to determine which way it was to shore.

  • Finally, she felt rocks scrape one leg, and Lana lifted her head.

  • Lana lay gasping, unable to catch her breath for several moments.

  • Lana sank to the ground, too shocked to register what to do next.

  • Lana cried for a long time, shaking.

  • While her step was anything but sure, Lana forced herself onto the road and walked.

  • The scent of charred flesh and metal still lingered, and Lana covered her mouth and nose with her hand as she started forward again.

  • Lana replaced the micro, looking anew at the green cars and their silent occupants.

  • Wiping away angry tears, Lana trotted to the entrance to her community then slowed to a walk when she became breathless too fast.

  • Still, Lana wasn't convinced she wanted to discover what lay behind the door after the travesty along the road.

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