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Dead Water (Doorways #6) The Woods

I take it you’re not allowed access to such things. Mr. Prest laughed softly. It’s not going to bite.

With a feral growl, he pushed away, pressing himself against the other side as the doors chimed merrily, announcing our arrival.Elder stepped out. Get dressed. Meet me on deck seven in half an hour. Before I could collapse under the colossal weight of just happened, the doors swung closed and trapped me.

Angels in Leather (Rebels on Bikes #1)

Morocco suddenly wasn’t the playground I’d hoped to play in—it was more of an executioner’s holding pen.For the first time, I craved white because white kept me focused on who I truly was.Elder had successfully just reminded me.

Grave Witch (Alex Craft #1)

The ceaseless mantra echoed in my head with every step.I didn’t know why I’d slipped. Why that moment was the moment Pim drove me insane enough to contemplate taking her in the lift. It went against everything I thought I wanted. But fuck me, having her body wedged against mine had been far too bloody tempting.

I had blue balls from trying to be the perfect host. I layered frustration upon frustration trying to be her councillor, protector, and friend.

I couldn’t even be alone with her without doubting I’d have the power not to touch her.You will not die, he ordered her. I expressly forbid it. Not on my ship, do you hear me?

If he lost this girl, he’d lose everything.Heave ho, heave ho, he heard Hall order. Almost there!

Odd Thomas (Odd Thomas #1)

Nicholas spread his hand out across her back to steady her as they came up level to the bulwark, and he turned to brace his feet against it. None of this made the least bit of sense to him—why had she run out? And this blood…was it even hers?His shoulders were gripped by the solid force of half a dozen hands, and he and the girl were hauled onto the ship’s deck.

Nicholas rolled just in time to avoid landing on top of her. The back of his skull bounced against the coarse wood with a sharp crack, blacking out his vision for one terrible instant.The surgeon’s mate will look after her. Captain Hall’s face swam in front of his.

—is the lass dead? someone asked.Nicholas was trembling like a flag in a gale. He focused on the steady pattern of drawing in breaths and releasing them. Around him were the anxious, bedraggled faces of the sailors from both crews, all hovering about the girl with morbid interest. The men had forgotten their fighting with this spectacle, true, but his crew had also forgotten they were meant to be securing the other men in the ship’s hold.

A movement distracted him from that thought. His eyes shifted to where a small figure in a navy coat was kneeling beside the girl, hands pressed firmly on her belly. Plain, crisp clothes; dark hair perfectly pulled back and collected at the base of his skull in a queue; a face like a child’s—Nicholas mistrusted anyone who could stay so pristine on a ship, never mind in the midst of battle. It spoke of cowards.Easy, Nick, Hall said, helping him sit up, it’s only this ship’s surgeon’s mate.

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