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A Hero of Realms (A Shade of Vampire #20) Shades of Gray (KGI #6)

Today was my first day. And it was rocky, thanks, Moose. What can I do for you?

Danny looked back at the doc. I was thrilled that I cut Anne Ashburn’s hand off. Absolutely the highlight of my career, something I’ll look back on with pride and satisfaction. for decades to come My only disappointment is that I didn’t get some kind of commemorative plaque down at the stationhouse for it. How’s that?That stare narrowed again. You do realize that if you ever want to go into another fire again that I’m going to have to sign off on it? There is a pass or fail on this, even without the pen and paper. So you’re incented to be candid as opposed to belligerent. Assuming you do want to go back to work.

The Darwin Elevator (Dire Earth Cycle #1)

Sitting forward, Danny pegged her with hard eyes. This is bullshit. Twenty years ago, firefighters didn’t have to sit through—This psychology crap? I can guess where you’re going with this tantrum, and in the interest of saving time—which seems to be an imperative for you—I would tell you that what is bullshit to you is a field of discipline that I’ve got a PhD in and will spend the rest of my life further researching, participating in, and advocating for. So if you’re looking to persuade me that there isn’t value in what I do, you’re pushing water uphill. You’re also not changing the reality that I am the gatekeeper of the hurdle you need to get over if you want to ever hold a charged line again.So what if I just lie to you and tell you what you want to hear.

Vampire, Interrupted (Argeneau #8)

You don’t know what I want to hear. The woman smiled again. So how about we start with Anne Ashburn. Tell me what happened ten months ago.Danny crossed his arms over his chest. And then dropped them because of the whole tantrum thing.

Believe it or not, Dr. McAuliffe murmured, I want you to get back to work. I really do. It may not feel like it, but I’m here to help you. We have the same goals, you and I.

He thought back to Anne showing up and finding him passed out on his couch the night before last. She’d thrown a lot at him, but she’d had a point. She was the one dealing with a permanent injury. He was just being a little bitch, trying to light the world on fire because he was angry at himself.She motioned to my face. Your glasses. I noticed you were wearing them in Los Angles and again in Nadi. I take it they’re not just for show but are legitimately required.

She’d noticed a simple thing like that? Was that because she was an observant person or because she’d been drawn to me as much as I’d been drawn to her?Either way, it gave me relief from the edgy agony I’d been wallowing in. I cracked a genuine smile. They’re not a pompous decoration if that’s what you’re asking. I literally need them to see.

Bloodfever (Fever #2)

Her shoulders relaxed a little, but she didn’t return my smile. Are you blind without them? Her hand came up with three fingers. How many fingers am I holding up?I chuckled. Seriously? You’re right there. I can see you.

Her face fell. I’d stared at her so much I’d already begun to recognise her quirks and facial features. Her mouth formed a worried ‘o,’ and her eyebrows battled between rising and frowning.I laughed harder. Relax. Three. You were holding three.

I’m not blind, okay? I know I’m a cripple, but at least you don’t have to worry about another disability.I wasn’t thinking that—

Yes, you were. And it’s fine. Corrosive frustration filled my tone. I’d be pissed too if I were you. Having to look after a broken patient when there’s so much else to worry about? Dealing with orphans when you don’t know how to keep yourself alive? Hell, if I could walk, I’d be running as fast as I could.I would never run, no matter how bad things get. Her face darkened. I’m not a quitter, especially when others are relying on me. And besides, that’s not what I was thinking.

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