By Rachel Vincent
The unscrupulous new Council chair has charged Jace, Marc and me with trespassing, kidnapping, homicide and treason. Yeah, we have been busy. yet now it is time to take justice into our personal arms. We needs to avenge my brother's demise and carve out the rot on the center of the Council.It's not likely to be effortless, and loss turns out unavoidable, yet i've got promised to guard my satisfaction, it doesn't matter what. With a aim on my again and Marc at my part, i am heading for a last showdown that can—that will—change every little thing ceaselessly. A showdown i am not definite i am prepared for.But existence by no means waits till you are ready.
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Brian shrugged, looking younger than ever, and Vic just frowned and crossed his arms over his chest. ” Though privately I had my doubts. ” That was close enough to the truth to be believable—if the Lazy S had been a functioning ranch. And if ranch hands were trained to protect their Alpha, patrol their territory, and take down bad guys with badass paw-to-paw combat. “Brian, go tell my dad she’s here,” I said, and he took off dutifully toward the office, which was virtually soundproof with the door closed, thanks to solid concrete walls.
My hand flew to my left cheek and my pulse raced so fast my heart felt stressed by the effort. I looked up to see a tall form in the shadow of the cabin ahead. His clothes were a dark blur, but his height and shockingly white hair were unmistakable. As was his voice. Colin Dean. Damn, damn, damn. ” I forced my hand back into my pocket without letting my fingers trace the thin, straight scar running from my left cheekbone to the corner of my mouth. Dean had put it there. He’d carved up my face slowly while I’d stood frozen, afraid to breathe too deeply for fear of pushing the blade farther into my skin.
And you let them put their hands all over me. You let them try…” He flinched, and I couldn’t finish. He knew what he’d let them try. And from the way he cringed, I’d say the memories hurt. Good. But they couldn’t hurt him like they hurt me. “Don’t you dare tell me what Mom needs. She does not need you. ” Ryan sighed and his gaze strengthened, like he was looking for something in my eyes. “I know you don’t want to hear this, but she forgave me, Faythe. ” My fist flew before I knew it was going to.
Alpha (Shifters Book 6) by Rachel Vincent