By Karen Whiddon
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Could be. Jules never did anything to deserve death. ” “And you didn’t find them, either. ” His dark tone told her what he thought about that. ” “Yeah. ” “Of course. ” A mission she’d regret to this day. “You know, maybe it’s time to think about leaving the organization. ” He grunted, concentrating on keeping the truck on the rutted road while flooring the accelerator. “Dani has to be okay,” she said fervently. ” He shot her a grim look. ” Somehow she knew this question was important to him. “Yes, of course I have.
They had no idea how many months a vampire of her age could go without drinking. One more advantage she’d have, were they ever foolish enough to release her. For now, she lay in her silent prison and waited. Confinement in the small, airless space would have made her feel claustrophobic if she’d been human. Since she was quite used to squeezing into tiny places, the prison tomb didn’t bother her. Yet. No doubt they were hoping her enforced solitude would eventually drive her mad. They didn’t know, she thought, grinning savagely to herself, she’d gone mad three years ago to the day.
Blankly, she brought her gaze back to focus on his face. ” “No. Though I’m sure she must have figured it out when I didn’t come back as promised. I couldn’t let her know I was being followed—I couldn’t risk giving away my house’s location. I was careful not to contact her since I was being tracked. ” She choked back a cry. “No one knows where I live, even Addie. When I brought her there, I was careful. ” Lashing at him with her voice, she reached for his phone. ” With a slow shake of his head, he let her know what he thought of that.
Lone Wolf (Harlequin Nocturne) by Karen Whiddon