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Faithful (Wanted #3) Anything, Anywhere, Anytime (Wingmen Warriors #6)

They all look torn between laughing and murdering someone.

The colonel eyed Grant’s forehead. Is that serious?No, sir. Just a scratch. His adrenaline flow ebbed. Deep in his limbs, Grant felt every ounce of fatigue from two nights with no sleep.

Armed & Magical (Raine Benares #2)

Tucker opened his desk drawer. He poured two tumblers of scotch from his stash. He handed one across the desk to Grant and waited until Grant had tossed his back before speaking. I got a call from the States.Grant stiffened, bracing himself. Had his father finally succumbed to his physical and mental afflictions? The retired army colonel had held out far longer than anyone would have predicted. Grant had been expecting a call about his death since he’d been deployed ten months ago. What happened? Is it my father?No. I’m sorry, Grant. It isn’t your father. Tucker’s eyes went hard, and his words were the last thing Grant expected to hear. Your brother and his wife were killed.

Love & Luck

Grant’s ears were still ringing from the battle. He couldn’t have heard that right. He only had one married brother. Grant usually spent part of his leave with Lee’s family. Lee was the family touchstone. There was nothing remotely dangerous about his life. Excuse me, sir?Your brother Lee and his wife, Kate, were killed last night.

Liquor and grief numbed a path through Grant’s gut. This was impossible. How? Car accident?

Tucker shook his head. Sympathy softened his voice. It seems as if they were robbed.My problem was that I never stood up for what I believed in. Everything I did was half-assed. I didn’t fight for Rachel, for my education, or go after the jobs I wanted. I deserved a swift kick in the balls from my parents.

I was good at making people feel things—lust, happiness, anger. But never admiration. The thought of that hit me so squarely that I was thankful to be sitting down.You’re not saying you’re a fan of his piercings, my father said disapprovingly to my mother.

Doctor No (James Bond #6)

No. I’m not a fan, she said, and then stifled a grin. Well, maybe a little.My father huffed, and my mother strode over, laying her hand on his arm in an intimate gesture I’d seen hundreds of time. Still, I looked away. I felt an ache—a longing, deep inside my bones.

Have you forgotten what it was like to be young already? she mumbled to my father. His eyes softened. Let’s not be the type of parents who stifle their children. We never have, and I don’t want to start now.Mom was one of the coolest women on the planet, and I loved that she and my father were equals. She was confident and feisty and reminded me of a certain someone who wasn’t related to me. Even Dakota was practically her twin. Too bad I hadn’t inherited the confidence gene, either. Other than in the bedroom.

Maybe that’s where we’ve gone wrong with Kai, my father muttered, but I got the message. Typically my parents didn’t speak openly about rearing their children, but I could feel my father’s stinging disappointment from across the room. And lately it was really starting to affect me.It’s a good thing you’ve got Dakota to be proud of, I said, and my father cringed. His eyes reflected regret, and I immediately felt awful.

Son . . . he began.It’s okay, Dad. I get it, I said. Whether you believe it or not, I actually do think that I have rocking parents.

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