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Fools Quest (The Fitz and The Fool Trilogy #2) Moon Dance (Vampire for Hire #1)

‘Why can’t you leave the shop?’ persisted Doti.

Peyton’s voice dropped until it was so deep, it was barely audible. Then you are a fool. You are a dumb motherfucking fool. Except then the guy shrugged. But hey, that’s good news. It means I might still have a chance with her. And before I have to give you a distemper shot, fuck you. You walk away, it’s on you, asshole—and I promise you, I will make a play for her serious, like.As Craeg’s inner beast stood up and roared, it was probably best that the male walked back into the weight room at that point.

The Ascended (The Saving Angels #3)

They already had one trainee in the clinic. The class didn’t need two.Especially if that second one had to be brought there in pieces.Marissa talked to Butch all night long.

Someone Like You

Even as she conducted her staff meeting, interviewed a mental health caseworker for a job, and had a little visit with Mary, in the back of her mind, she was talking to Butch.The imaginary scenes of her going all righteous on his omissioning ass were marked with a sound track of him agreeing with her that he was a douche bag who needed twelve kinds of therapy. The fact that, over the course of the hours, he called her three times and texted her twice didn’t help his cause—then again, he could have had Perry Mason pleading his case and he would still have ended up in prison for life without the possibility of ever getting laid by his shellan again.

She hadn’t returned any of his fingers-doing-the-walking, and she told herself she was shutting him out because she wanted to choose her words carefully first. The reality was far less laudible: She felt hurt by him, rejected by him, set aside by him, and she wanted him to get a sense firsthand for how that felt.

Which was not attractive at all.She was, amazingly, pretty much exactly how Nina had thought she would be: blond, with curly hair, slightly boho in style. Gorgeous, in fact. She didn’t look like she fit with Lennox at all, although when they were standing together, Nina could suddenly see it, his height and his lean, broad-shouldered physique showing off Kate’s sleek curves very well. They made an attractive contrast.

Nina stiffened as Kate kissed him on both cheeks. She didn’t know what to do. Hiding seemed ridiculous. Should she march out and demand to be introduced as Lennox’s girlfriend? That was even worse; it wasn’t at all what she was, and it felt like the most ridiculous word to describe what they were going through, a silly, childish term that came nowhere near describing what she felt when he was near her: like sunshine and a storm all at once, tearing through her. She swallowed, feeling her heart race.Then Kate was marching toward her, smiling, showing very nice teeth. Nina felt incredibly awkward. In another life, in another world, she liked this woman, although she was nothing like her. Now all she could see was what she lacked next to her; not just the carefully mismatched style, or the barely there makeup, which even Nina knew took every bit as much effort as the more obvious look. No, it was the sense of shared history: Kate and Lennox striding the streets of Edinburgh together, arm in arm, building a world together, loving each other enough to get married. The idea of Lennox standing up in front of a crowd of people and saying I do made her feel very strange, and deeply jealous and wrong-footed.

Mistress Christmas (Wild West Boys #1)

Hi, said Kate, disarmingly warm, but with calculation behind the greeting. Nina felt sized up, from the provenance of her shoes to her slightly bitten nails, a habit honed over hours of holding a book in one hand. Can I come in?She tried to remember that this woman was coming to take away what she had undeniably come to think of as her home, the only place she wanted to be, the only job she wanted to do, the only man she had ever wanted right down to the very bones of her soul.

Kate looked around dismissively at the piles of books Nina had managed to accumulate in the immaculate bookshelves; at the scatter cushions she’d bought for the minimalist sofa.Like what you’ve done with it, she said, in a tone that seemed to indicate a joke but obviously meant anything but.

Um . . . I know . . . I mean, I know I’m not on a long lease or anything, said Nina, wondering why she was kowtowing to this person even as she had the power to ruin her.Kate waved her hand. Oh yes. He never could drive a hard bargain, my husband. Amazed the bloody farm’s still standing.

She looked Nina up and down, and Nina flushed, wondering if she knew. And why did she still call him my husband?How are you finding Kirrinfief?

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