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By Joey W. Hill
A narrative of 2 fanatics who couldn't be extra various. Daughter to an angel and a mermaid, Alexis has grown up in peaceable waters. So whilst her nightmares start, the mer-angel has little concept what to make of them. In her dream is the loneliest guy Alexis has ever met-and she's unusually attracted to him. till the evening her dream comes true... Born of a vampire and a gloomy One, Dante merely is familiar with brutality. And even if he is the chief of the underworld, he longs to flee it. How higher than to carry for ransom the leading Legion Commander's daughter? yet there is something Dante by no means deliberate on-the method Alexis steals his center.
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As she struggled to free herself, Dante bent forward. Grasping the curve, he stretched out the closest wing and lifted it free, then guided it into the water, following the contour so she could fold it to her back. He repeated the same process with the other. He stroked her feathers before letting her pull them in. The way he studied them brought to mind how the Dark Ones had leathery wings, no softness or feathers to them. When she'd removed the blood, she stretched both wings out, lifting them high enough to clear the tub this time, and gave a vigorous flap to dislodge the water.
But that added to his surprise as she plowed into him. She'd never been a violent creature. She'd dutifully learned to protect herself through Jonah's teachings and that self-defense course she'd taken with Clara, but she had no killer instinct. No plan propelled her, no thought of escape, just fury at what she'd seen. Self-revulsion galvanized her attack. Goddess, she'd felt bonded to him, connected. She hated this place, she wanted to go home, she never wanted to dream again. She wanted to bathe for days.
She wailed at him. " In a flash of movement he shoved her off him, lifted and slammed her against the stone wall. Several of the slender bones in her right wing broke, crushed beneath her. She snarled in pain, but the adrenaline carried her through it with barely a blink. She bared her teeth. "You're a monster. Mina shouldn't free you. " He dropped her, so she fell to the stone at his feet, her wings limp around her shoulders like a blanket. Her scales scraped the rough stone. When he stepped back, his crimson eyes were orange and yellow flame, his mouth a hard slash.
A Mermaid's Ransom by Joey W. Hill