Spencer watched the SWAT agent as he stowed his gear in the van before talking to the other people milling around. Spencer was wrapped in a blanket to help stave off the shock. There was a small cut on the base of Spencer’s throat from where the man who had taken the office hostage had pressed a knife there. Spencer had been the focus of the hostage taker’s ire, but Spencer hadn’t even known who he was. The man who had tried to negotiate with him, a man named Aaron, had ended up being the one taking the shot that had killed him. Spencer had seen him where no one else had, including the insane man holding a knife to Spencer’s throat.
Set Post Season 6 Episode 6 Devil’s Night
Spencer smiled as he took his seat on the jet. He remembered the look that Aaron had given him when they had got onto the jet on the way to Detroit. Spencer had been dressed in a checkered blue shirt and a red sweater when Aaron had last seen him before the team had gathered their things for the case. However, when Spencer had got onto the jet, with Aaron following ten minutes later, Spencer had been in a new purchase. A royal blue dress shirt. Spencer had bought it on a shopping trip with JJ and Henry the weekend before and had kept it in his locker at work to save for the first case.
Interlude II-Pleasure Is Business
Spencer knocked on the door to the most expensive suite offered by the Hotel Ignacio in St. Louis. It wasn’t often that he was paid to leave DC for a client, especially one that he had never fucked before. He had been told to pack for an upscale weekend in St. Louis but with room for his client to add to or reject if needed. Two bellhops were behind him with his suit bag and his two suitcases which should have everything that he would need for the weekend, including his newest blood work.
Chapter 2-Like The Movies
The flight back from the case was a happy one. Spencer was curled in the corner with his legs tucked under him reading. Morgan and Prentiss were playing a card game, but Spencer wasn’t paying close enough attention to figure out what the game was. Aaron and Rossi had been ensconced on the couch together, heads tucked over a file for the entire flight. They never moved off the first page, and whenever anyone walked to the kitchenette or the bathroom, Aaron would tuck the paper close to himself so that no one could read it.
Interlude I-Back To School
Spencer knocked on the door to the office. He wasn’t sure what to expect. He’d never been called to a teacher’s room, during high school Spencer never even talked to the principal. He had no depth of understanding why Professor Hotchner wanted to talk to him. Why there had been a note attached to his test when it had been handed back. He had barely heard the lecture in the two classes he had after Hotchner’s. Thankfully those teachers only ever covered what was in the books.
Spencer was lost in the world of Game of Thrones when the door opened. The alarm disengaged and Spencer didn’t even look up from his book. He was stretched out on the couch, on his side, his feet tucked, and Jack was laying in the sort of nest the crook of his legs made. Aaron was due home at that time, and there weren’t a lot of people that had the code. Even Jack didn’t react to his father coming home. Spencer smiled to himself.