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LOVE NEVER DIES A Virture Falls Short Story By Christina Dodd A murder committeda love lostand a ghost haunted by the past. Only one woman can . One Kiss From You: Switching Places #2 (Switching Places Series series) by Christina Dodd. Read online, or download in secure EPUB format. Read {PDF Epub} Download Aleasa prințului by Christina Dodd from the story Agent by aynatcastiglioni25 with 3 reads. career, among, sign. Simple Way to.

One secret, one nightmare, one lie. You guess which is which. I have the scar of a gunshot on my forehead. I have willfully misrepresented my identity to the US military. Kellen Adams suffers from a yearlong gap in her memory. A bullet to the brain will cause that. She finds herself in the wilderness, on the run, unprepared, her enemies unknown—and she is carrying a priceless burden she must protect at all costs.

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Read Online Continuous version. Download now. Her screams became whimpers. I could hear her heart slow as it fought to pump the rapidly decreasing supply of blood. I could see her soul struggling to remain within her body. No one ever made their passage easily.

I hadn't. A few more cruelly enthusiastic blows and the girl died.

Her soul rose from the body. She looked at me reproachfully. As I watched, she slipped away. The killer took his time gathering up the body. He tweaked her clothes, ran his hand through the swathe of hair in his hand, took a sickening pleasure in the cooling body. Throwing her over his shoulder, he started up the walk toward the dark corner of the park where the park merged into forest. At the last minute, he turned and looked right at me. He saw me.

As far as I could tell, the park served merely as a tree-laden shelter for the homeless, a place for dogs to relieve themselves, and a shortcut for those in a hurry. There for days and months and years, I waited, destined to witness events I did not wish to see.

I didn't understand what I was doing there. What purpose did I serve? What penance was I enacting? I had died trying to help a young woman under attack. Surely I didn't deserve hell. Yet my mother always said life wasn't fair, so maybe death was nothing more than a continuation of injustice. Maybe I was paying for my stupidity in leaving Sofia the way I had. Too many regrets. Too many deaths. Too many women's faces dissolving into disbelief, agony and death.

I remembered each one. The leaves turned orange, then brown, then withered and whirled away on the cold wind. Snow covered the rhododendrons; they became elfish mounds.

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The flakes retreated, then returned, then retreated. Rain came and froze the park into a glossy sheet of ice. The long darkness of the north was upon us, and I was alone. I told myself alone was good, because he was not here with his machete. Then she came.

It was just past sunset when I felt a vibration not unlike the dramatic, opening chord on a Spanish guitar. A young woman had stepped across the park's boundary into my territory.

She huddled into her coat, moving from the side of the park near the canyon, taking the short cut toward town. She wore a silly knit hat with tassels dangling from the sides and a matching knit scarf and I could see no more than her upper lip, the tip of her nose and as she passed under each street light, her eyes looked gray. Yet she glowed like a coal that gave off soft blue warmth on the coldest day. She reminded me of Sofia.

You probably think every pretty woman reminds me of Sofia.

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I assure you, that's not true. For one thing, Sofia was not pretty. She was beautiful, the perfect combination of Spanish aristocracy and American Indian.

She had long, dark, curly hair, noble cheekbones, generous lips that kissed as only Sofia could kiss. She had a curvaceous figure that has haunted my eternity, yet for all that, it wasn't her beauty or her womanly attributes that made me fall in love with her.

It was the laughter that was so a part of her, the kindness, the generosity of spirit. Sofia had been my perfect mate. She is forever lost to me. I waited at the center of the park where the two walks intersected in the circle around the old stone fountain. No water ran at this time of year. Summer flowers were brown and broken.

Yet this woman's radiance attracted and warmed. Sweetest Scoundrel. Duke of Sin. Duke of Desire. Legend of the Four Soldiers by Elizabeth Hoyt.


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