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Blue Dahlia (In the Garden #1) Heat of Passion (Out of Uniform #2)

Hold onto that. There was every reason to think he… And he hesitates.

They each barely had a sip before they made to step back. But Ianthe cooed at them, insisting they come behind the altar to witness our ceremony at her side.I had made sure she knew precisely how disgusted they were with her rituals. How they would do their best to stomp out her usefulness as a leader of her people once they arrived. She now seemed inclined to convert them.

Moscow but Dreaming

More prayers and rituals, until Tamlin was summoned to the other side of the altar to light a candle for the souls extinguished in the past year—to now bring them back into the lights embrace when the sun rose.Pink began to stain the clouds behind them.Jurian was also called forward to recite one final prayer Id requested Ianthe add, in honor of the warriors who fought for our safety each day.

I Love How You Love Me (The Sullivans #13)

And then Lucien and I were standing alone in the circle of grass, the altar and horizon before us, the crowd at our backs and sides.From the rigidity of his posture, the dart of his gaze over the site, I knew he was now running through the prayers and how I had worked with Ianthe on the ceremony. How he and I remained on this side of the line right as the sun was about to break over the world, and the others had been maneuvered away.

Ianthe stepped toward the hills edge, her golden hair tumbling freely down her back as she lifted her arms to the sky. The location was intentional, as was the positioning of her arms.

Shed made the same gesture on Winter Solstice, standing in the precise spot where the sun would rise between her upraised arms, filling them with light. Her acolytes had discreetly marked the place in the grass with a carved stone.He doesnt say what he means, but I know.

Its not your fault. Whatever happened to Madison: you didnt do it. Lorders did. And their reasons are their own.I can tell by the grim set of his face that hes not convinced.

If Not for You (New Beginnings #3)

I know what its like, I say.To think what happened to somebody is your fault. It eats you up inside. She wouldnt want that, Finley.

Neither would your boy. But you cant stop how you feel.Weve been steadily descending into the valley as we talk, still high enough to see all around, and then, there it is. A cluster of buildings set in a clearing in some woods below us, along a creek that meanders; a distant fence that wanders around it encloses large grounds. A scenic place, but somehow odd, and cold, and it isnt just winter that makes it so. It looks lonely and devoid of life.

Look there, Finley says. Along the fence line. I focus where he points, and dots are moving along the fence, inside the boundary: people? But they are evenly spaced, moving at the same rate. Odd.I get the camera out again, and zoom in. A long line of children are walking along a path on the inside of the fence. I sweep along; where visible, it looks like the path runs all of the perimeter of the grounds.

What can you see? Finley asks.Children. Theyre out for a walk, I guess. I frown. Its weird, though.

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