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Dangerous Pleasure (Bound Hearts #12) The Saint (The Original Sinners #5)

Blythe hadn’t lied when she’d said that I’d known it might come to killing him. Of course I had, no matter how many times I tried not to think of it. For the past six months, I’d gotten so good at telling myself that I could handle everything, that the worst would never happen.

He huffed a small laugh, but it was big enough to tell me he’d really be all right. You are beautiful, always have been. And you have nothing to be sorry for.Didn’t I? I was turning out to be the curse Penna had named me.

The Sins of the Father (The Clifton Chronicles #2)

I feel like there are things to say, I whispered.Every ounce of self-preservation in my body told me to shut the hell up. But I’d never gotten far in my life by taking the safe road. I promised God that if you lived, I’d think about us.A slow, incredibly sexy smile spread across his face. Okay.

The Bourne Identity (Jason Bourne #1)

I raised an eyebrow. Know what?I know that I want you to stay with me tonight. The rest we can figure out tomorrow.

I should have said no. He needed rest—well, what rest he’d get being woken up every few hours by the nurses. But the idea of leaving him so close to almost losing him was unthinkable.

Okay. I’ll stay. Just tonight. But no kissing. Don’t even think about it.Just like her daughter, Landon answered, sitting closer to look at the pictures with me.

I flipped to the last one and my breath abandoned me.She was held in the arms of a soldier—an American soldier. He wasn’t meant to stay. Mrs. Rhee’s words were on repeat in my head as I stared at her face—and his. They looked so happy, wrapped in each other—it was so right and so wrong all in the same picture.

Death (The Devils Roses #5)

Rach… Landon said, peering closer. Oh my God. Isn’t that…?Eyes I knew as well as my own stared back at me, and I was immediately thankful we’d skipped dinner, because I knew it all would have come back up. My finger brushed across the Dawson name tag just above my birth mother’s hand on the army uniform.

I rubbed my scratchy eyes. Jet lag was fucking killing me. I glanced at my watch and then blinked. I’d forgotten to set it back to L.A. time, and it was still reading like we were in Japan. We’d only been gone three weeks—just long enough to finish out the term and all but one final a week early. Our Civ papers were turned in, but we had to do a Skype presentation for our final grade.It was the only way the Study at Sea faculty would agree to the time off we needed for the X Games. We’d asked for ten days. They’d agreed to seven. Like I was in any shape for the Games. I’d counted on the Nepal trip to keep my physical edge, but I would never regret the trip I’d taken with Rachel in its place.

It had been the last time I’d seen her seminormal.The moment she’d put the pieces together—that her dad was hers biologically—she’d withdrawn. She wasn’t sad, or angry, or sarcastic—she was simply gone. Even sitting in the car next to her now as we drove toward her parents’ house, she was lost in her own thoughts.

I couldn’t blame or push her. It wasn’t like I knew the appropriate time to let her process a bombshell that big, but two weeks seemed about right. And since I knew she’d asked for both of her parents to meet her at their house, I figured the shit was about to hit the fan.So I did what had become my usual these last two weeks—picked up her hand and kissed the inside of her wrist. Want to talk about anything before we get there?

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