By Michele Bardsley
When you’re immortal, being a mother won’t kill you— it's going to in simple terms make you stronger
Even notwithstanding the entire non-vamps in damaged middle, Oklahoma, skipped city, Patsy Donahue has stored her hair salon up and operating due to the werewolves prowling round. They know the way vital stable grooming is, specifically a undeniable rogue shapeshifter who’s as attractive as he's lethal. Now, if simply she may perhaps positioned a leash on her wild teenage son, who’s as much as his neck at risk. the strain might kill Patsy, if she wasn’t already undead. yet her maternal intuition remains to be alive and kicking. And nobody had larger mess together with her personal flesh and blood…
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Jessica smacked herself in the forehead with her palm. "Duh. Only you can see me. Of course, I am. Damn! ” She turned around and examined her staked body. “Wow. ” “You’re not dead, Jess. You’re just having an out-of-body experience. ” She looked down and saw Gabriel. “Hey, is that your wolfie? He’s hot. When Patrick started in with all that soul mate crap, I really wanted to punch him in the mouth. ” She smiled at me. “Does Gabriel make you happy? ” “Yeah,” I said. ” asked Patrick. ” The laugh burbling in my throat turned to a sob.
Had it been any other night, I might’ve enjoyed holding Gabriel’s hand as we hurried along the path. About halfway across, I heard a terrible scream. It sounded like a cross between a lion’s roar and a bird’s squawking. I looked up and saw the damnedest thing I’d ever seen. A dragon. I stopped, which was a stupid thing to do. I just couldn’t believe my eyes. The scales were yellow with red stripes and the wings were huge. The eyes were black as night and the snout crusted with soot. Its monster feet had some seriously sharp talons.
Well, if everyone else could stand swimming around in it, I guess I could, too. I just couldn’t guarantee I wouldn’t yak. Gabriel climbed down on the metal ladder that extended down into the dark, smelly space. Then I went. Zerina stayed topside to be the lookout. Gabriel splashed into the water (yuck, yuck, yuck). It was waist -high on him. He waded to the side where there was a small concrete ledge that wound alongside the sewer water. I nearly died from the stench, but I remembered that I could fly, too.