Meg Kassel

“He leans forward, resting his forehead against mine. I feel his breath on my skin as he exhales a deep breath.
"I'm sorry." His voice is slurred and rough. "But you see, I should have been dead for nearly two hundred years. Instead, by chance, I was found by a curse and was turned into this. Not human, not immortals, but some cruel melding of the two. I endured two centuries of horrors, and maybe it was all so I could be here with you. If my unnatural existence means nothing else, it means this. I get to be here, now, with you.”


Meg Kassel, Black Bird of the Gallows
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Black Bird of the Gallows (Black Birds of the Gallows, #1) Black Bird of the Gallows by Meg Kassel
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