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Full Moon Kisses (Full Moon #3) Blue Moon (Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter #8)

The more Jax acted like nothing had happened, the more concerned I felt about him. Burning down your childhood home wasn't the kind of thing you could walk away from without some permanent scarring.

Meryn's eyes lit up. "What kind?"Declan sat up grinning. "I'm a lion."

A Chase of Prey (A Shade of Vampire #11)

Meryn's eyes got huge. "Like Mufasa!"Declan swatted at him. "Not funny." He turned to Aiden. "You have no idea how good it is to have you here, sir.""Nants ingonyama bagithi baba!" Meryn sang.

Scarlet (The Lunar Chronicles #2)

Micah pointed at Declan, laughing wordlessly.Declan shook his head while smiling. "I happen to like that movie."

Meryn gave him a thumbs up. "It kicked ass."

Adriel looked around the table shocked. He could not remember the last time his men were so open and jovial. He turned to his prince. Magnus was smiling, Broderick was teasing his daughter about her charge, and Caspian watched enraptured.If threats were not a weapon in her arsenal, then perhaps cunning would serve her instead. Mariko stayed silent. Though her free hand shook, the palm wrapped around the wakizashi remained steadfast.

You’re lost. The man paced nearer. Near enough for Mariko to smell the scent of unwashed skin and sour rice wine. The copper of recently spilled blood. How did you manage to get lost, lovely creature?Her breath caught. The grip around the short sword tightened. I imagine if one knew the answer to that question, one would no longer be considered lost, she said in an even tone.

Dancing with the Devil (Nikki & Michael #1)

The man chortled, suffusing the air with his acrid breath. Smart girl. So very careful. But not careful enough. If you were truly careful, you wouldn’t be lost in the woods . . . all alone. He rested his bō in the earth between them. Fresh blood stained one end of the wooden staff. Are you sure you’re not part of the convoy less than a league from here? The one with all the dead bodies—he leaned even closer, dropping his voice to a whisper—and no money?He’d tracked her. Even with the care Mariko had taken to cover her trail, this man had managed to find her. This shiftless crow who fed on the scraps of his betters. Again she chose to keep silent, secreting the wakizashi completely behind her.

Words would not serve her well with a man such as this.Because if you are lost, he continued at his leisure, I’d consider it quite a fortunate omen for you. The Black Clan doesn’t take prisoners. Nor does it leave survivors. It’s bad for business, you see. Both theirs and mine.

Understanding settled on Mariko, its grasp all too tight. As she’d suspected, he was not a member of the Black Clan. Even from the little she’d gathered earlier, the band of masked murderers was far more organized.This man—with his filthy feet and soiled garments—was anything but.

When Mariko failed to reply yet again, he furrowed his brow, agitation beginning to take root.What if I delivered you to them? He sidled closer—an arm’s length away—dragging his bō haphazardly through the dark loam at his feet. It should have been threatening, but the man lacked the necessary focus. The necessary discipline of a true warrior. I’m certain the Black Clan would appreciate me bringing you to them. I can’t imagine they would want word of this failure to reach their employers. Or their competitors.

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