By Sophia Johnson
The good Lord Damron isn't any greater than a shadowy, strong presence within the ruins of Blackthorn fortress. however the compelling gaze of his portrait attracts Lydia Hunter to face earlier than him - and fall via time to turn into his loved woman Brianna. A tempestuous guy with an incendiary nature, whose fury at the battlefield fast routs his foes, Lord Damron needs to declare his Scottish state and his bride. yet Brianna's center may be claimed in just a method - her means. And his iron energy is not any fit for her gentleness...
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Low-velocity," Ding whispered back. "We're on an airplane, 'mano," he reminded his director. "Stay loose," John commanded quietly, getting a nod. " Number 3 called loudly. Clark moved to the left side, pausing on the way to get a cup of coffee from the machine, complete with saucer and spoon. He then reappeared in the left-side aisle and moved forward. "He said to bring you this. Thank you for allowing me to use the bathroom," John said, in a shaky but grateful voice. " Number 3 called again.
Chavez moved forward, his Beretta in both hands, and stood by the cockpit door. On the floor, Clark did the wrapping. His hands remembered the sailor knots from thirty years earlier. Amazing, he thought, tying them off as tight as he could. If their hands turned black, too damned bad. "One more, John," Stanley breathed. " "A pleasure. " John walked forward, still unarmed. His junior was still at the door, pistol aimed upward in both hands, eyes on the door. " "Oh, I was thinking about the green salad and the veal, and the wine list ain't half bad.
That constituted a major concession from his hosts, John knew. Alistair Stanley would be his executive officer, and John didn't have a problem with that. Stanley was tough, and better yet, one of the smartest special-operations guys he'd ever met-he knew when to hold, when to fold, and when to play the cards. About the only bad news was that he, Clark, was now a REMF- worse,, a suit. He'd have an office and two secretaries instead of going out to run with the big dogs. Well, he had to admit to himself, that had to come sooner or later, didn't it?
Always Mine (The Blackthorn Trilogy, Book 1) by Sophia Johnson