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Hollowmen (The Hollows #2) Poison Fruit (Agent of Hel #3)

Charles put Leah in charge of figuring out how to get the four-wheelers, now grown into the forest, out, without leaving obvious signs that magic had been worked there. It was obviously the most difficult job and, to his surprise, she tackled it with enthusiasm.

Yrene rose, her hands shaking. And none of them spoke a word as Yrene reached Hasars seat and threw her arms around her neck to hold the princess tightly.Nesryn was utterly drained. Wanted to sleep for a week. A month.

Lana

But she somehow found herself walking the halls, aiming for Kadaras minaret. Alone.Sartaq had gone to see his father, Hasar joining him. And though it certainly was not awkward with Chaol and Yrene … Nesryn gave them their privacy. He had been upon Deaths threshold after all. She had few illusions about what was likely about to take place in that suite.And that shed have to find quarters of her own.

Grave Sight (Harper Connelly #1)

Nesryn supposed shed have to find quarters for a few people tonight anyway—starting with Borte, whod marveled at Antica and the sea, even as theyd swept in as fast as the winds could carry them. And Falkan, whod indeed come with them, riding as a field mouse in Bortes pocket, Yeran none too pleased about it. Or so hed seemed the last time shed seen him at the Eridun aerie, Sartaq charging the various hearth-mothers and the captains to rally their rukhin and fly for Antica.Nesryn reached the stairwell leading up to the minaret when the page found her. The boy was out of breath but managed a graceful bow as he handed her a letter.

It was dated two weeks ago. In her uncles handwriting.

Her fingers trembled as she broke the seal.Aggie led the way down to the parlor room. As they walked through the halls, servants scattered. All of them lived in fear of the sirens, and that was as it should be. Only the duke and his friends seemed oblivious to their true nature, but that was as Penn wanted it. She kept her siren song focused on them, so they would give freely to her.

Before they even reached the parlor, Thea could hear Penn laughing. It wasnt the seductive laugh she used to get what she wanted, which seemed to be the only laugh she was capable of around men. This was her actual laugh.Gia, the fair-haired Ligeia, sat on a chair, watching Penn and Bastian with bemused interest. Penn stood nearby, her hand to her chest as she smiled and stared up at him. Her eyes seemed to sparkle, and there was a lightness in them that Thea had never seen before.

Long After (Sometimes Never #3)

When she came into the room, Bastian had his back to her. She was surprised to see that he wasnt wearing a wig. The sirens themselves rarely wore the powdered wigs, finding them itchy and unnecessary, but most other people of standing insisted upon them.And the farmer kept insisting that I pay for the chicken, Bastian was saying, and Penn laughed again. But after all that, there wasnt a chance that I would pay a single denier for it.

Gia giggled but without the same fervor as Penn, who was apparently so interested in Bastians story that she didnt notice her sisters entering the room. In fact, she didnt see them until they had walked over and were almost standing directly behind Bastian.Oh, Im sorry, Bastian, my sisters have arrived, Penn said as she pulled her eyes from him and motioned to Aggie and Thea. You recall Aggie and Thea, dont you? Though they went by Aglaope and Thelxiepeia back then.

He turned around, finally looked back at them. The second she saw him, it all came back to Thea.Hundreds of years ago, shed seen him perform. It had been in a great stadium, and Thea had been seated near the back with her sisters. Penn had seemed bored, too busy flirting with the gentleman in front of her to pay attention to the man onstage.

But Thea had been unable to take her eyes off him. The songs he played were the most beautiful shed ever heard, and she spent most of her days listening to Gia sing—Gia, whose voice and song were so lovely and powerful she could enchant any living creature into doing her bidding.After his performance, it had been Thea who insisted they speak to him. Shed dragged her sisters through the crowds until they finally found him. They spoke only a few words, mostly because Thea was too tongue-tied to find the right words, and then hed walked away, leaving with his wife.

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