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Kiss of Frost (Mythos Academy #2) Thrown by a Curve (Play by Play #5)

Ugh, Molly. I grabbed her hands and shoved them down so the customers wouldn’t see.

To be honest, I wasn’t sure I could handle it, but I knew she really wanted me there. And she was feeling so down that the words came out automatically.They’ll be in the rec room now. That’s where they usually are at this time, she said.

Blackbird (Sometimes Never #1.5)

We walked down the corridors to the end of the hall, where two doors opened into a good-size room. Perched in the far corner was a small television with about thirty metal folding chairs placed all around it. The kids were sitting in the chairs, crowded around it, and you could tell that only the ones in the front row had a good view of the thing.I glanced around. In the corner was an old Ping-Pong table. The surface was cracked and dusty, the net nowhere to be seen. A couple of empty Styrofoam cups sat on top of it, and I knew it hadn’t been used in months, maybe years. Along the wall next to the Ping-Pong table were a set of shelves, with a few toys here and there—blocks and puzzles, a couple of games. There weren’t too many, and the few that were there looked as if they’d been in this room for a long time. Along the near walls were small individual desks piled with newspapers, scribbled on with crayons.We stood in the doorway for just a second. We hadn’t been noticed yet, and I asked what the newspapers were for.

How to Seduce a Vampire (Love at Stake #15)

They don’t have coloring books, she whispered, so they use newspapers. She didn’t look at me as she spoke—instead her attention was directed at the kids. She’d begun to smile again.Are these all the toys they have? I asked.

She nodded. Yes, except for the stuffed animals. They’re allowed to keep those in their rooms. This is where the rest of the things are kept.

I guess she was used to it. To me, though, the sparseness of the room made the whole thing depressing. I couldn’t imagine growing up in a place like this.I let her speak for me because I wasn’t sure I was ready to venture out into the real world with Aidan. In here we were in our weird little bubble; I felt protected by that bubble. If we stepped outside, all the differences between us would only be amplified. In here, we were just two people who cared for Sylvie and I could get past my insecurities around him.

Before he could beat me to it, I paid for our lunches.You didn’t have to do that, he said as we followed Sylvie to an empty table.

Cold Blooded (Jessica McClain #3)

At his blunt reply, I answered, irritated, I can afford to buy you lunch, Aidan.He studied me in that intense way again, making me squirm as I took the seat across from him. Independently wealthy?

I glowered at his sarcasm. Yes. I’m a princess from a far-off land, disguised as a nobody so I can live my life in freedom from the restraints of life as a monarch.Sylvie stared at me wide-eyed.

Aidan scoffed. Do you ever stop telling stories?That would be cool, though, Sylvie said wistfully. I wish I was a princess.

You are a princess, Aidan said matter-of-factly, like it was stupid of anyone to think otherwise. Sylvie beamed from ear to ear and then dove into her macaroni.His gaze flicked from her to me and he tensed. Whatever he saw in my expression seemed to catch him by the back of the neck and hold him frozen, unable to look away from me.

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