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What goes bump in the night? What causes you a fright?
While the answers for each may vary, I promise that these stories will not leave you wary.
From vampires and demons to shifters and creatures that you’d never suspect, this set will leave you breathless in the best possible ways.
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We promise… you won’t be sorry.
Excerpt from Silent Storm
She was not getting back in the water. He’d fight the damn monster himself before he allowed that. Not an easy task when he’d sink as soon as he entered the water.
She glanced over at him impatiently. “You don’t get a say in this.”
“Like hell, I don’t. You’re not going back in there. It will kill you. I won’t allow it.
“You don’t get to allow or not allow,” she shot back.
“Incoming,” Cristos screamed.
Nicolas threw himself over her as the ship rocked again and she fell to the deck with him plastered on top of her. It was probably an unnecessary move, but he figured if he was pinning her down, she couldn’t jump off the side of the ship again. Hmm, maybe he should keep her under him all the time. It was one way of keeping her safe. She wriggled beneath him, and he pulled back slightly but kept his hips pressed against hers. Despite the very real danger they were in, his body stirred from being so close.
This is not the time.
“Get off me.” She pushed at him, but couldn’t dislodge him. He was strong, and he was determined. She was not going to endanger herself.
“Not until you promise you won’t do anything stupid.”
“I won’t do anything stupid.”
His gaze narrowed. That was too easy. Maybe he needed to be more specific. “I want your promise not to dive back into the ocean to fight that thing.”
She sighed. “I have to.”
“You go in there, and it will kill you.”
“If I don’t try, we’re all dead.”
“Get off her, Nicolas,” Seb ordered.
He snarled at the other man over his shoulder. Mine. Fuck. He shook his head, taking a deep breath. He needed to control himself better than this.
“Nicolas? You okay?” she asked.
He stared down into her gorgeous brown eyes.
“I cannot lose you,” he whispered.
She frowned slightly. He rose, knowing he couldn’t lie on her all day. Although it was a strong temptation.
“She’s not doing it,” he told Seb flatly.
“She’s the only one with a chance of killing it,” Seb replied, shocking him.
“Look at her! She’s tiny. She has no chance of killing that thing! What is wrong with you? She’s your sister, you’re supposed to protect her.”
“You think I don’t know that? You think I wouldn’t rather get in the water and fight this thing? But I can’t. She’s the only one with a chance.”
“No.” He crossed his arms over his chest, his word final. He didn’t give a fuck what any of them said. He’d pick her up and fly away with her before he allowed her back in the water.
“Look, I guess it’s nice that you’re worried about me, although a little odd that you think you get a say in what I do. Not that it surprises me, you’ve always tried to boss me around. But you don’t get a say. I don’t answer to you.”
“You will,” he replied ominously.