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Born (Born #1) Siberian Treasure

Soon. Relief faded to worry.

There was a long silence between us.You frightened of me, Cory? he mumbled.

Excavation

No, I said and his shoulders unwound. But my heart is.He sank down on his bike and before he started the motor, he said, My heart is afraid, too.I closed my eyes and nodded in understanding.

White Trash Beautiful (White Trash Trilogy #1)

We didn’t discuss where we were going, just headed back toward the freeway and out of town.It felt good to ride next to him, the wind at my back. Liberating. Unencumbered. Whereas one time, I balked at the idea of sharing this experience with anybody because it reminded me of David, now I welcomed it.

Because no matter how crazy and jumbled Jude made me feel, being in his presence also rooted me. And that was confusing. And complicated.

Being on the open road brought a different kind of quiet that I’d been avoiding the last couple of years because there were too many memories.Okay, she said in a quiet voice. I-I’m going to board the ship… I will first attempt to get to the box without waking anyone or my father knowing, but I’m sure that will be impossible for the reasons I already described.

I had no idea how she was planning to convince her father to part with such a supposedly rare and valuable item, especially after she had betrayed him and run away. But she seemed confident that she could find a way to pull it off, so all I could do was trust her.Her gaze remained on me for a few moments before she backed away. Moving to the bow of our boat, she took a giant leap and latched onto the railing lining the deck of the tall ship. She swung her legs over and disappeared from sight.

Hounded (The Iron Druid Chronicles #1)

That left me waiting in excruciating silence. I took up the reins, worried that the dolphins might go lunging forward for some reason. My eyes traveled toward the front of Mr. Duan’s ship. Dozens of ropes hung down the front of it—reins—and submerged in the water. I wondered what sea creatures drove this huge ship forward. Hopefully not something that could aggravate the two dolphins. Thankfully, they remained quite still.I doubled over as an intense pain fired through my chest. The same disconcerting pain that I’d prayed was a one-off. Now I couldn’t push away the doubt that this was more than just a temporary lack of Aisha’s concentration or a slip-up. She was becoming tired, I could sense it.

Aisha, you’ve got to hold on. I willed that she could hear me.Julie’s hushed voice called down from the deck of the ship. I looked up with both relief and surprise. I hadn’t expected her back nearly so soon. Perhaps she’d managed to get the box without her father waking up after all, or perhaps the ship was empty.

Though it turned out that neither was the case.She beckoned me to jump up to her. You can come now, she whispered. I’ll explain. Just leave the dolphins where they are. Don’t worry, they won’t go anywhere.

I double-checked that the reins were secure before leaping up to her. When I arrived on the deck, I expected it to be empty—especially from the way that Julie had been whispering to me. I certainly wasn’t expecting to see four vampires standing behind Julie in a semi-circle.I looked with uncertainty from one to the other. Three men and one woman. They were all young, perhaps a year or two apart in age. Their skin was whiter than Julie’s, and each possessed distinctly European features.

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