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Holy Frigging Matrimony: A Tangled Series Short Story (Tangled #1.5) Kushiels Chosen (Phedres Trilogy #2)

I went through so many feelings that by the time I returned home, I was wrung out and bloody exhausted. I’d stayed away for the full day, only returning late that night when I was sure I wouldn’t dissolve into a cursing tyrant or, worse, melt into ridiculous tears.

I’ll go. Pippa moved toward the man. I know how much Puffin helped me. I forgot to bring the doll Conner made for her. She needs a friend.Estelle melted. Thank you, Pip.

Shadowspell (Faeriewalker #2)

She slipped out the door with the stranger. My heart went wild, hopscotching on the monitor. Who is that? Is Pippa safe with him?Estelle looked at me. His name is Stefan. And yes, I trust him.I wasn’t so sure, but Coco held her tiny arms out for me. The chance to hug my daughter overcame the fact I was hooked up like a damn robot to machinery. Give her to me.

Fate (Fate #1)

Estelle moved closer, carefully transferring the weight of the wriggling toddler. As she pulled away, I snagged her wrist and kissed the delicate skin. I knew she had a scar there from a scary slip with the Swiss Army knife trying to open a coconut. Just as I knew she had a scar on her knee from falling from the umbrella tree and a permanent mark on her chest from her harness when we crashed.I knew everything there was to know about this woman.

Yet...she seemed like a stranger in her cream shirt and denim shorts. Her hair was in a ponytail and she smelled different. Not like sand and sea and sun, but more like synthetic soap and overly scented body lotion.

Possessiveness rose to claim her. To sink into the ocean and wash away the unknown; to make love in spite of death’s attempt to separate us.Did that make you feel bad? Bien asks. That your mother chose her work over you?

I’m not sure why Bien doesn’t like me, unless it’s the usual reason, the one that made those children tease me: I’m different.We never saw it like that, I say.

Mine to Hold (Wicked Lovers #6)

Of course you didn’t, Elinor says, finally getting a word in edgewise. She seems furious with Bien.I don’t know why I’m asking questions about your mother’s life, Bien says, when the most interesting thing about her is how she died. Do you know who killed her?

Though I hate Bien for doing this, and my hands are tight in fists that could hurt her, push her down, pin her there and tell her to take it back—I know I could, I am that strong and stronger—there is a strange relief in hearing it said out loud. In knowing that it’s not only Bay and I who have thought of the possibility of murder.Still, I have to wait a moment before I have the control to speak. Next to me, Elinor sputters in outrage, tells Bien that she is cruel, sacrilegious.

I don’t know, I say at last. I don’t know who killed her or how she died. Her heart just stopped.Do you want to know who I think did it? Bien asks.

I will not give her the pleasure of nodding. But, actually, I do want to know. I want to know what people are saying. And of course Bien wants to tell me.Maire, Bien says. She has an expression of perverse pleasure on her face. She enjoys making me miserable. Does she do this to other people? I haven’t seen it, but I haven’t known her long. I can’t tell if it is me in particular she wants to torment, or if she is a narrow-minded person who rejoices in broad, cutting strokes of cruelty that encompass as many people as possible. Most of us think that Oceana was killed by her own sister.

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