By Christina Dodd
From the New York Times bestselling writer of Storm of Shadows , Christina Dodd brings you the
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His tight face, his intent gaze, his taut body—he was ready to fight any way he had to, with his mind and with his fists. “Tell me everything,” she said. He did, including the part where he probed the other guyʼs mind, forced him to tell him the childʼs location. She didnʼt say a word of reproach. She saw the blood that stained the scarf on his head. She knew very well it had to be done that way to save the child. ” in that voice that snapped at her composure. “Nothing, Samuel. ” He slowed, turned off the headlights, drove using the moonlight.
I knew. ” She looked up at the dark cavern of the ceiling. ” “Probably not. Not all of it. ” He looked up, too. ” Chapter 11 Effortlessly, as if heʼd never been hurt, Samuel rose, lifting Isabelle to her feet. “We were set up. Or rather—I was set up. ” Her hackles rose at his assumption he was the target. “Donʼt be so conceited. ” “Maybe. ” She put her hand to her forehead. Her brain felt heavy. Her eyes hurt from keeping them open. “Iʼm not brooding. ” As the adrenaline rush faded, exhaustion dragged at her.
He pulled a chair up to the bed, helped her out of her coat. He scowled heavily, but he continued his lighthearted French conversation. “Guess what. That man in the corridor? ” She wasnʼt really listening. She was looking into the childʼs eyes, nodding and smiling, preparing him for the moment she would touch him. ” Samuel helped her into the seat. That got her attention. The boy was so ill, so hurt . . yet he had killed his captor? ” “Iʼm not sorry, either,” Mathis said defiantly. ” She smiled at him.