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Play On (Play On #1) The Adventures of Tom Bombadil

Funny, it didn’t bother me when she called me Nova, when any other girl reminded me of how I got to be called Casanova, really, but Rachel saying it always felt like a kick to the balls.

Our larder slowly housed a small apothecary, too. Growing with herbs and supplies as analysis turned to verification.I had no doubt if she were back in a city with schooling and teachers, she would’ve been top of her class and already on her way to deciding her career.

White Trash Zombie Apocalypse (White Trash Zombie #3)

I’d asked her a week ago what she wanted to be when she grew up.And despite the caustic reply that she doubted we’d get off the island, she wanted to be a doctor.She certainly had an affinity for healing and health.

Me Before You (Me Before You #1)

I just hoped we wouldn’t need her adolescent skills when it came time for Estelle to give birth................................................

But with an urgency that terrified.

The skin around my distended belly rippled with pain as the contraction wrenched me from sleep.The cave I found myself standing in wasn’t nearly as big as I’d thought it would be, and I took a moment getting my bearings and really wishing I’d gotten a rabies vaccine before I’d left for this trip. While the ceiling of the cave was lost to the darkness, I couldn’t help but envision roughly a million bats overhead, and it made me shudder.

But then I realized that, while I could feel David nearby, I sure couldn’t see him, and the cave seriously didn’t seem to be all that huge, so where—And then I saw it: another little opening in the back of the cave, so small that I thought I might have to hold my breath to squeeze through.

Jabril (Vampires in America #2)

David, I reminded myself again, which, seriously, was starting to feel like another kind of mantra. Like, if I could just keep repeating his name, picturing his face, I could get through this thing.I took my pack off, knowing it would make it harder to squeeze through, wondering how David had managed to get himself in there. He wasn’t a big guy, but he still had to be wider through the shoulders than I was, and I eyed the crack in the rock speculatively.

My pack made a loud clank as it hit the rock floor, and I pulled the sword out of it, moving forward.Luckily, the passage wasn’t as narrow as I’d thought, and once I got inside, I moved through fairly easily, the sword clutched in my hands, pressed tight against my body. For a second, I had a vision of those old tombs of knights you sometimes see, their swords laid out along their torsos, and I wasn’t sure if I wanted to laugh or cry.

If being a Paladin had taught me anything, it was that you could never really prepare for everything. I could think about it, of course, and I had, a lot, over the course of this trip. There had been nights lying in motel beds, staring at popcorn ceilings, and wondering what I would do when I finally saw David again.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.

It seemed like I’d been wrong every time.As I made my way through that narrow tunnel, taking deep breaths, my palms sweaty around the sword, I reminded myself that I had no idea what I was about to come face-to-face with. That for all I knew, I was minutes away from having to drive a sword through the heart of the boy I loved.

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