By Shannon K. Butcher
Along with her exciting Sentinel Wars sequence, Shannon okay. Butcher driven readers to the very fringe of their imaginations. Now, with the 1st in her new motion romance sequence she takes them to the very fringe of their seats, following the loves and deadly lives of a bunch of hardened mercenaries who survive the edge-and beyond...
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Mira nodded. ” And she meant it. Even if she had to piss him off, she’d make sure he got whatever care he needed. Sloane couldn’t see exactly where the new shots had come from, but there were at least two more men out there firing at her, maybe three. And judging from the angle of the bullets ripping through the leaves, if she didn’t stop them, chances were they were going to hit Lucas. She didn’t want the man anywhere near her, but she didn’t want him dead, either. Besides, if he failed, her father would only send two more in his place.
Unfortunately, it also meant that Sloane’s curiosity was piqued, and she wanted to know who he was even more now. And there was only one way to find out. “Fine,” she said. ” His wide shoulders drooped in defeat, and he reached under the loose shirt hanging open over his T-shirt and pulled out a semiautomatic. He handed it to her butt first. Sloane released the magazine, opened the slide, and made sure the weapon was safe before she stuck it in her waistband. The magazine went into her pocket. ” He scowled at her for a prolonged second before he propped his foot on the tire and ripped his ankle holster free, weapon and all.
Sloane wasn’t sure what to make of that. Maybe she was losing her touch, or maybe he was just playing along, letting her pin him. ” He moved so fast, Sloane wasn’t sure what had happened. One minute, she had him where she wanted him; the next, she’d somehow traded places. Her back was against the Rover, and her hands were locked behind her, pinned at the small of her back in one of his big fists. His fingers spanned her throat, touching but not hurting her—letting her know that he could if he wanted.
Living on the Edge: An Edge Novel by Shannon K. Butcher