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“Timok wasn’t concerned about the sneeze because he felt it prudent to inoculate Essell while he was in stasis.” Garjah shrugged a shoulder. “He already knew I was safe.”
“But this was already after you felt drawn to him?” Mereval asked Garjah. “The inoculations and the sneeze?”
He nodded. “I knew there was something out there I had to find. I thought I was just securing the ship and crew. Instead, the second I laid eyes on him I knew I had to take him back to the ship. And that I needed to keep him.” His voice dropped on
An Unholy Alliance #10 (3.3) by Julie Lynn Hayes
I found Casey ensconced in what she liked to refer to as command central, seated behind a large pecan executive style desk with multiple drawers, flanked on either side by smaller wooden tables. She possessed a pretty decent computer set-up, one that included two monitors, an exterior hard drive, a laser printer, and more. The library had a definite online presence—luckily for me, or I might never have been fortunate enough to meet Casey in an Internet genealogical forum. Those Mason Springs residents who were computer literate could request books from within the library’s collections or from other libraries that were part of the same lending system, and these Casey kept behind the desk on a