By Christine Feehan
It starts as a undertaking to guard a political candidate from an assassination risk. however the operation takes an unforeseen flip while Mari, a mysteriously appealing GhostWalker, is taken hostage. whilst, Ken Norton, specialist murderer and himself a GhostWalker warrior, is on a project of his own—one that reaches into Mari’s personal prior. No stranger to the methods of violent conflict, Mari needs to sign up for forces with Ken and belief his each move—each yet another intimate than the last.
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He sent his brother a small, sad smile and lifted his other hand to shield Mari's eyes. I've always loved you, Jack. I don't want you to have to do this. His finger tightened on the trigger. " There was fear, agony, in Jack's voice. " He leapt forward, a hundred years too late; even with his enhanced strength and speed, he could never get there in time. The way Ken had drawn the gun was smooth and practiced. There was no hesitation, only resolve, as if he had known someday he would have to use that last line of defense for his brother.
Jack asked. Mari closed her eyes and turned her face away from them. She liked them. She even understood them. They were soldiers. She respected that. They were doing their job and they very well could be on the same side – she was fairly certain they were – but she couldn't chance risking everyone's life to find out. She inhaled, dragging Ken's masculine scent into her lungs. She'd been more stimulated, more humiliated, and more exhilarated than she'd ever been in her life. She had to escape.
I refuse to be him. " Ken placed Mari back on the gurney, careful to avoid jarring her leg. " He stepped away from her side, not looking at her, not touching her, his voice as empty as his expression. " Jack reached down and snagged the gun. " Ken refused to answer. Jack stepped closer to the gurney and suddenly jammed the weapon against Mari's head. " Ken instantly came to life, his face darkening, eyes narrowing to slashing silver slits. " "She can bleed out for all I care, Ken. Anything happens to you, anything, by your hand or someone else's, she's dead.