Disclosure: I don't own anybody from Bones.
This is my first attempt at a Bones fic. I'm either gonna soar or burn with it. I know how it goes.
This fiction is mostly based on the devotion Booth has toward his son, and what he would do for his son.
One of those few calls that no bodies wants.
Her cell phone ringing, was what jerked Temperance Brennan out of her somewhat decent sleep. Grumbling, she snagged the evil device to see that it was 'Booth'. Sighing, she shot a glance over at the small clock on her night stand to see that it was barely two in the morning. Letting out a growl, she quickly flipped open her phone. "This better be life or death, Booth," she snapped, as she ran a hand through her hair.
"Bones Lady..." a child's voice cried out through the phone, causing her to freeze what she was doing. Her mind quickly went back to what Booth had said he was gonna do over the weekend. He hadn't mentioned Parker at all, not even once.
"Parker?" she asked with a sniffle, as she flipped on the lamp next to her bed.
"Yeah," he replied back to her, in a very scared tone.
"Are you okay?" she asked, getting up out of her bed, and grabbing clothes. She knew that if he was in any trouble, she'd probably have to go in a hurry. She was quickly dressed in jeans and a hooded sweatshirt. "Parker, honey, you have to talk to me..."
"My mommy's hurt," he said softly, causing her to pause. "She not waking up."
"Okay, honey, I'm gonna get your daddy," she said, as she grabbed onto some cash, and her keys, and was out the door before it closed behind her. In record time she was at Booth's apartment. "Please let him be home." She banged on his apartment door while chattering with Parker about random things. "Come on Booth, wake up!" She was about to pound on the door again, when the door opened to reveal a half dressed Booth. "Thank God, you're here." She slipped inside before he could say anything.
"Bones?" he muttered as he rubbed his eyes as he followed her movements. "Not that I don't mind you being in my place at two something in morning, but I do have to ask. What are you doing here?"
"We have a problem," she replied turning to face him. He then saw that she was clutching her phone so hard that her knuckles were almost white.
"Bones?" He moved closer to her, and reached for the phone. "What's going on?"
Bones took the phone away from her ear and put it on speaker phone. "Parker, you still there?" she asked, glancing up at Booth, and holding her breath at the same time.
"I'm still here, Bones lady," Parker whispered into the phone. "Did you find my Daddy?"
"Parker?" Booth said, coming toward Bones' side. "Are you okay?" His eyes connected with Bones for a moment. "Parker, where's Mommy?"
"Mommy's hurt," he replied, only to be cut off with a fit of coughing. "Dr. Bones, I don't feel so good."
Bones quickly looked up in somewhat fear at Booth. "Ah, honey, you're gonna be fine, you're Daddy's gonna find you." She shot Booth a look as if to say something encouraging to his son. "Right 'Daddy'?"
"Yeah, don't worry, bud we'll fine you." He then went over to his jacket to began to look for his cell phone. "Where's my phone?"
"I got it Daddy," Parker replied. "I took it when I left."
"That makes sense now..." Booth said with a deep sigh, as he turned to look at Bones. "Okay, Parker, do you know where you're at?"
"No..." he said with a sniffle. "But the car is not okay...it's..." There was shuffling in the background. "Mommy! Mommy, wake up! Mommy!"
"Parker!" both Bones and Booth called out, trying to get the boy's attention, it was clear that he had dropped the phone. "Parker!!"
Bones shot a glance over at Booth. "What do we do now?"
More to Come
Good or Bad
Anybody got any good ideas for what happened... I maybe up to it.