By Annette McCleave
Death's warriors safeguard opposed to demon soul thieves for one probability at redemption...Desire be damned.
Bound jointly by means of burning hope and the same darkness of their hearts, Soul Gatherers Brian Webster and Lena Sharpe race opposed to time to take again from a demon old cash which can smash civilization. yet because the fact at the back of a perilous discount Lena made surfaces, Brian is confronted with a determined choice-save the single, or shop the various.
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Megan wasn't a girl to dither; she walked across to them and said, "Good evening, sir' and then, " Good evening, Oscar. " The professor rumbled a good evening and Oscar said self-consciously, "Oh, hello, Megan. " She gave him a smiling nod. "Don't let me keep you," said the professor. He sounded quite fatherly. " Oscar beamed at him. "Oh, I'm sure of that, sir. " His chilly gaze took in the diamond ring on her finger, his face expressionless. He watched them get into Oscar's elderly car before turning away and going to the wards.
Never mind I've fixed up a weekend; did you change yours? " She watched him walk away and closed the door, then washed her supper things and tidied the room before turning the divan into a bed, feeding Meredith and going to bed, to lie awake listening to his hoarse purr and worrying about her wretched day. Nothing had gone right and she would have enjoyed a good cry, only, as she told herself, she had nothing to cry about.
Oscar Fielding. During their engagement she had endeavoured to model herself on Oscar's ideas of womanhood; he had hinted that she was a little too extravagant what need had she to buy so many clothes when she spent so much of her time in uniform? And shoes did she really need to buy expensive Italian shoes? He was always very nice about it and she had done her best to please him but just once or twice lately she had wondered if she was living up to his ideals. He never allowed her to pay her share when they went out together nor had he suggested that she should save for their future, with the consequence that she had a nice little nest-egg burning a hole in her pocket.
Bound By Darkness (Soul Gatherer, Book 2) by Annette McCleave