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Betrayed (House of Night #2) Blood Politics (Blood Destiny #4)

What are you doing? she asked, her hands up in defense.

The night had gone on to become a real-life nightmare, the kind you never woke up from because she’d listened to her grandpa explain to her friend’s mom that he’d come to tell his granddaughter that her parents were dead, that her father had been past the legal drinking limit. He’d crossed the center median in the road and had hit another car head on, clipping a second along with the people on the sidewalk.Pru did her best not to think about that moment, but it crept in at the most unexpected times. Like when she was in the mall and passed by a department store in front of the perfume aisle and caught a whiff of the scent her mom had always worn. Or when sometimes late at night if there was a storm and she got unnerved, she’d wish for her dad to come into her room like he always had, sit on the bed and pull her into his arms and sing silly made-up songs at the top of his lungs to drown out the wind.

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Nope . . . eavesdropping had never worked out for her. And when she’d heard Sean and Finn yelling at each other through Finn’s open office window, she honestly hadn’t meant to listen in. Now she couldn’t un-hear what she’d heard. What she could do was be there for them. Because this whole thing, their fight, their being parentless, Finn having to raise Sean, all of it, was her family’s doing. She swallowed hard. I’m sorry, Finn.He just shook his head, clearly still pissed off. Not your fault.Maybe not directly but she felt guilty all the same. But telling him the truth now when he was already lit up with temper wouldn’t help him. It would hurt him.

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And that’s the last thing she’d ever do.At her silence, he focused in on her. How are you doing, are you—

Totally fine, she said. The road rash is healing up already.

Something in his eyes lit with amusement. Good, but this time I actually meant from when we—This is stunning, Gavin. It’s so peaceful here. Emma’s voice was in awe as we drove through the picturesque pathway to the vineyards. Huge old oak trees and towering pines were set against rolling hills, and ahead, acres and acres of grapevines twined around trellis posts.

Here’s our stop. I hope you’re hungry. I pointed ahead to an intimate tasting room. The small stone building was covered in Boston ivy and smelled powerfully from the rows of clay pots filled with every herb imaginable.Mr. Kingsley! Cecily, the sommelier, waved vigorously at us as we pulled up.

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Do you ever get tired of that greeting? Emma asked me.I shook my head and took her hand, leading her inside the tasting room. Cecily beckoned us forward.

Good afternoon. We’ve paired a few of your favorite wines with some local seasonal treats selected by our chef. Please enjoy. I’ll be around in the vineyard if you should need me. And with that, she was gone, stepping out the French doors of the private cottage and closing them behind her.The winery had pulled out all the stops. Mountains of cheeses, mounds of figs, crystal bowls filled with amber honey, pillows of spiced butters, and an array of homemade breadsticks covered the elegant table alongside a selection of my favorite wines—red, white, and even rosé. Each was labeled with a suggested food pairing, and Emma ran her fingers over the elegant tabletop as she read each tiny sign.

You arranged for all of this? she asked softly. How did you even know about this place?When you go to as many events as I do, you end up trying a lot of wine. This is my favorite. I called and asked them to set up a special date for us today.

She shook her head. All this . . . it’s incredible.I’m glad you like it. Let’s dig in.

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