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The map showed the mountain range. The town was nestled in its foothills. Did Maize expect us to backtrack over those infernal ridges and peak? I hoped not.
What was this map to? I knew from her information how to find the rough direction to head to find them. Of course I had to find my way back to my mate and young first. I glanced down the road.
Damn it. What to do? Continue on with my plan, keep the same course? I sighed. The first thing to do was get back to my family. I desperately needed to
Super Trooper #7 (2.3) by Julie Lynn Hayes
“Chan. I’ll remember that.” Evan nodded. His name was as exotic as the man himself. Their hands were warm together, comfortably so. It was with great reluctance that Evan finally withdrew his hand. “Are you from around here?”
“Oh yes, my parents were both born in this country, and so were their parents,” Chan quickly replied. “Don’t worry. We aren’t illegals, or anything.”
Evan understood his need to put that fact on the table, what with immigration being such a touchy issue nowadays, and what with Texas
Adrift: Chapter 82 by J. Alan Veerkamp
It was hard not to adore Dr. Kian Windsor.
Once Arad and Roku had showered and redressed, she oversaw the remaining tests to ensure Arad’s health. She even countermanded her more zealous colleagues regarding more invasive testing for more passive options. As Arad’s memories became clearer, lying on an examination table triggered a bank of panicked thoughts. Roku’s protective instincts were strung so tight, every doctor’s safety was at risk. Windsor had been happy to scan him standing up.
True to her word, she took Arad on a tour of Moreau, stopping first at a local diner.