I was all for sprinting forward, even if it sent me straight off the edge of a cliff. I wanted to shout, choose me, pick me. A chauffeured ride away from the scene of her attack. I surveyed the ground in front of me before checking over my shoulder—neither man had called out after me, nor had I heart their footfalls in pursuit. I was about to ask him how he knew we were an hour away, when something deep inside my consciousness answered my question. The rule of thumb was, the more issues I needed to work out, the longer the run. No time for that, not now.
Angola prison was waiting for him. The ride in the ambulance would let her get away from the cops. Their eyes shifted between the two of us with curiosity, as if attempting to piece together a puzzle. I was getting better at burying my true feelings, especially when it was needed to keep the person I loved safe. He rested his balled up jacket behind me, pressing it tightly against my head with his shoulder. More like he had his own little micro surgeon inside, stitching him back up.
Spinning a new twist on star-crossed lovers, Eternal Eden will put Bryn through a gauntlet of turmoil, challenging her to find the power within herself to become the heroine in her own story. And even when she climbed into her car, she could feel his eyes on her. What a difference moving one state away could make. He exhaled once we passed through the black, sweeping metal gates that had a cursive T embossed in the center of each one. The emotional parts of this book were much like a rollercoaster with it's happy and sad parts. The light burst into a beam of light, and had I been looking up at the sky, I could have been gazing at a shooting star.
I've been rather restless with books these few days. His head turned back to hers, real slowly. She reached into her purse. He took off his jacket and tossed it onto the ground. I smiled before I pressed my lips to his.
My head bounced like a beach-ball against the brick wall of the building. I laughed louder, barely caring about the blurry image of Troy coming at me. And the reason lay in my eyes as well—the pale blue reason. Oh yeah, and that William had swooped in via a ray of light to save the day. I knew, however, there would be nothing he could reveal about himself that could ever diminish the way I worshipped him.
All because of a little human. The Oregon morning was more damp than cold, but it was still convincing enough to skip my ritual quad stretches. You have to watch out for him, Bryn. Drops of blood littered the ground around him. From Louisiana's sultry swamps to its desolate cemeteries, Jana and Zane must race to destroy the mastermind behind Perseus before their world goes up in flames - and with it, a desire that burns too hot to resist.
. Get up, take a shower, eat lunch, brutalize a young woman. A cough escaped my lungs, no doubt a result of the cold air gulped from my all-out sprinting. A fast, hard shift to speed up the healing process. I felt nauseous from the disappointment.
Every square inch of my body throbbed or felt bruised. And she had a thick, tumbling mass of black hair. The flames reached at me like long, boney, fingers, scorching and burning their way through me. One last stroke of his tongue. What looked like an enormous house rested on the edge of the water in front of us.
I was eager to get the blood pumping to get my thermostat turned up. Two cops began to approach her. There's a new plague on the rise, a strain of the Red Lung virus that wiped out most of humanity generations ago—and this strain is deadly to humans and vampires alike. She knew the real score in this world. I crossed my arms tight into my stomach, wondering yet again why girls like Amy sought me out as a target for their games of malice.