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384 pages, Kindle Edition
First published January 28, 2020
Was this . . . was this what trust felt like? If so, it was like sinking into a warm bath after an achingly brutal day. I wanted to wrap myself in the glorious, unfamiliar feeling, but it was also an indictment on everything I’d done since Ian had come back from the dead. I thought Ian couldn’t survive the threats I still had to face, yet he’d proven more than able to meet every challenge I’d feared plus several I hadn’t even thought of.
���Maybe you don’t realize it,” I said between clenched teeth. “But I’m having a problem at the moment.”
“Does that problem have eyes that shoot silver beams while darkness billows behind her like a cape?” He grinned. “Made me rock hard seeing it.”
He was aroused by my supernaturally sociopathic other half?
“Fuck. You,” I bit out.
He nodded. “Solid plan.”
All I felt was how tightly he held me, how his power sparked against my skin, and how he kissed me with delicate savageness, as if he sensed my turmoil and sought to turn it into raw need instead.
A – I was going to love Ian
B – His books would be better than Vlad’s.
“Clever, calculating, and cruel.” Ian’s voice dropped to an insinuating purr. “No wonder I married you.”
sometimes you have to kick the darkness until it bleeds daylight.
Wow. Wow. Wow. This was hot.
"You're twice my age, and you know a lot more about our father than I do, so . . . did you hear anything about me being betrothed prebirth to a gold-winged, possibly ancient Greek deity named . . . ?"
"The fuck you say?" Ian burst out."
"My thought exactly," I said without a touch of irony this time. "Well?" . . .