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Chain Reaction (Perfect Chemistry #3) From Russia With Love (James Bond #5)

Ally smiled. So happy we’re not letting this fester. With another humph, the old dragon stormed out of the lodge. Looking at Jaime, Ally raised her brows. Wow.

I haven’t done this in a while, Chubs said, shifting the pack we had put together of supplies and one of the twenty-five zillion first-aid kits he had insisted on packing. He was smiling, just a faint touch, but it was still there.Wish I could say the same, I said, putting a hand on his shoulder to help steady myself as I hauled my legs over a fallen tree.

Darkness Avenged (Guardians of Eternity #10)

I hadn’t even realized we were back in the same small clearing as before until I saw the dizzy array of footsteps pounded out in the mud and mulch. They’d been good on their word, then. They had split, and we’d have to catch up to them.I looked over at Chubs to tell him as much, but his eyes were focused down on the snow, his eyebrows knit together.There were more than three sets of tracks here. My brain had taken one look and assumed that Jude had been pacing in his usual way or that Vida had been circling the clearing impatiently. But there were way too many footprints for that.

Never Judge a Lady by Her Cover (The Rules of Scoundrels #4)

I saw it then, the way it must have happened. A spiraling circle of steps where Vida had tried to fight, ending in the exposed patch of earth where she had fallen. Across the way, branches broken and littered on the ground—I took another step forward, following the trail until my feet met with a small spray of blazing-bright blood on a melting patch of snow.No. The wind took on a low menacing growl in my ears. They hadn’t gone on ahead.

IT DIDN’T EVEN OCCUR TO ME that Chubs might not be able to keep up with my pace as I ran. The group had cleared a path through the mud and pockets of lingering snow, packing it down to a manageable level with their feet. I took in a deep gulp of the dry air, trying to ignore the snow slipping from the low branches of trees and brush as I tore through them. My pants and coat were soaked through by the time I finally skidded to a stop. The trail of prints, so wide and obvious before, came to a definite end at the lip of a frozen stream.

Chubs panted heavily as he came up beside me, one hand pressed hard against his shoulder. I turned to take the bag of supplies he’d packed, but then thought twice. The one he handed me was just as heavy, and I wouldn’t be able to get through the snow with both of them, at least not quickly.Stepping out onto the porch, he had to smile at the sight of Ally lounging in the hammock, eyes closed, listening to her iPod. And effectively dismissing him once again. She was a stubborn, prickly little thing intent on holding the world at a distance. Why that intrigued him, he really couldn’t say. But very little intrigued Derren, and the fact that she could do that drew him as surely as her scent and delectable body.

He could fully admit that to himself now that he was no longer looking at her through a dark cloud of resentment and suspiciousness. He was no longer knotted up inside, no longer unreasonably angry with her or himself for how badly he wanted her. It made him able to see her more clearly—see the sharp, strong-willed, wounded female who possessed a dangerous edge and who could show loyalty and kindness to a pack that hadn’t given her the same.With that one deed, she’d earned not only his respect but his loyalty. Maybe even a piece of his trust. That pleased and relieved his wolf.

Sweet Seduction (Sweet #3)

Hearing footsteps, he turned just as Shaya and Nick rounded the corner. Derren gently tugged on Ally’s hair, gaining her attention. She scowled until she noticed her new visitors.Switching off her iPod and pulling out her earbuds, Ally sat up. Hey. What’s this? She eyed the plate in Shaya’s hands that was covered with tinfoil.

Shaya smiled. Kathy knew you’d missed lunch, and she didn’t think you’d feel like cooking.Surprised, Ally raised her brow. A peace offering?

No, this is what packs do. We take care of our own.She’s already eaten, Derren told her, irrationally offended by another wolf taking care of Ally. I made her a sandwich.

Which he bullied me into eating, grumbled Ally, carefully taking the plate from Shaya. Peeling back a little of the foil, revealing pasta and salad, she sniffed.Nick’s brow furrowed. What are you doing?

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