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Dead in the Family (Sookie Stackhouse #10) Salvaged (Saints of Denver #4)

Alexa. You don’t need to argue with me on this. I’m on your side; this is our program now. I’m just telling you what we’re up against and what work has to be done. Just huddle with Theo and figure out a plan, okay?

I unbuckled my seat belt and moved over to the middle before fastening it again and sliding my hand over his. I couldn’t do anything to make the pain stop. No one could. But I could sit here and let him know he wasn’t alone.West flipped his hand over and threaded his fingers through mine. This connection between us meant something more to me than it did to him, but that didn’t matter. At least I got to experience it.

What to Buy the Shadowhunter Who Has Everything (The Bane Chronicles #8)

We drove for more than thirty minutes without music or talking. I had no idea where we were going, but as long as I was with West, I didn’t care. I did know we had left Lawton behind. If we kept heading this way, we’d be in Tennessee soon.I want to show you something, West said as he slowed down and turned off the highway. We drove a few miles before he slowed then turned again. This road was unpaved and narrow. It was between tall trees, and spooky at night.When the trees cleared, we were on a bluff overlooking a small town with only a few lights still on. West opened the truck door and stepped out, then reached for my hand. Come on, he said with a smile on his lips. I would have gone anywhere to get him to smile on a day like today.

Airhead (Airhead #1)

I took his hand and moved to climb out on his side. West grabbed my waist and picked me up instead of letting me get down on my own. I wasn’t going to complain. His hands lingered a moment longer than necessary, and I couldn’t help but wish we were something more. That West was mine. Because whether he realized it or not, I was his.I followed him as close to the edge as I was willing to get. I wasn’t afraid of heights, but I wasn’t about to go out on the edge of a bluff.

That’s Lawton. Looks so small from up here. Peaceful. There’s no pain from up here. No loss.

I moved my gaze from the town to look at West.She looked up at him, her blue eyes wide. "She said rambling, brainless monsters. That sounds a whole hell of a lot like zombies to me!"

Meryn looked at her. "They are not zombies because they don't go after people's brains; they kinda eat all the body parts."Kendrick watched as Anne started to sway in her seat. "Just breathe. Nothing can get to you here, I promise."

Until Death Do We Part (Wild Wulfs of London #0)

Meryn shook her head. "Actually we've been attacked here twice.""Meryn! Remember what I told you about being more observant to social cues?" Elizabeth hissed.

Meryn looked over at Anne, and her eyes got wide. "Sorry!"Kendrick wrapped and arm around Anne and pulled her close. "That was before I was here. Nothing can attack this house and survive."

Anne looked up. "Promise? I swear, I normally have nerves of steel, but I just can't do zombies. When I was a kid I stayed up after my parents went to bed and watched Night of the Living Dead, I've been having nightmares ever since."Kendrick took one more moment to enjoy the feel of her tucked in close before he gave her a final squeeze and let her go. "Promise. An army of those things could attack and they wouldn't make it to the first step of the porch."

Aiden snorted. "Don't make promises you can't keep. Those things are strong and ruthless. They think and they learn. They aren't like normal ferals.""Reapers, call them reapers," Meryn interjected.

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