Our preparations had been largely uneventful. We'd been separating and packing up the GP's goods and readying our finances, which seemed to be in order. The GP had been unusually quiet since we'd announced our intention to leave, communicating with the House only about the details of the ceremony and their travel arrangements to Chicago. Ethan found that silence very suspicious. He'd gone so far as to appoint a "transition team" comprised of vampires and other supernaturals from whom he'd sought advice about the split. Ethan leaned back and glanced at the bookshelves that lined a long wall in his large office.
And I don't think we want that.
Darius West was head of the GP. He was very proper, very British, and very much not a fan of our House. He handed his book to me, our fingers grazing as he passed it over. My blood warmed instantly, my cheeks flushing at the intensity of his emerald gaze. Ethan and I had been officially a couple for only a few weeks, and the honeymoon period wasn't over.
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I may have been fierce with a katana - the samurai sword that vampires, including myself, carried for protection - but my heart still fluttered when he looked at me. But we had many books to get through, so I pulled away and placed this one into the old-fashioned, brass-hinged steamer trunk on the floor.
Although I'll concede I can imagine more enjoyable ways of spending our time. Ethan used it when he was aggravated with me, or when he was trying to make a point. This time his flat look was accompanied by an arched eyebrow, Ethan's signature move. He wore the expression - much like everything else - very well. I turned back to the books. Will Darius really know the difference? And so would the librarian. You're usually the bookish type. I had a master's degree and then some, so I agreed I was the bookish type, and I was proud of it.
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But his statement wasn't exactly a ringing endorsement. I narrowed my eyes.
I did, too, looking for anything obviously out of place. But before I found anything remotely appropriate, Ethan sidled next to me, a hand propped on the shelf. We are experiencing technical difficulties. Please try again later. Blade Bound.
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But even though Merit has had wild adventures, this may be her deadliest yet…. A killer is stalking Chicago, preying on humans and leaving his victims with magical souvenirs.
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