It’s that time of the week again, a little dose of chapter 34 Meander for you…
“…The only thing that kept me from bawling my eyes out was Chris’ sweet enthusiasm for the duration of the ride in Charlie Tango. Inside my heart was breaking, cracking open, splitting with what seemed like a terrifying finality.
Christian, of course, took care of every detail for our covert escape from Seattle. Once we landed we drove to Ray’s in a normal sedan, no tell-tale luxury Audi for us this time. Though the windows were tinted it was one of those cars that were completely unremarkable, so every-day that it was easy to forget.
Taylor even took the precaution of driving straight into Ray’s garage, making us wait until the roller door was firmly shut before letting us get out. All of this just on the off chance that someone was keeping an eye on us.
The sound of the garage door clipping into place made me think of the slam of a prison gate; here we’ll be captive until this mess is resolved. Every second away from Christian was a sentence passed on to me by this bastard thug that was chasing us. I hated him with a rawness that I swore would give me an ulcer…”
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Also, this week I made a little discovery. Sylvia Day has a short story out called Blood and Roses. It has a little bit of Gideon in it. I’m not finished reading it but I thought you’d enjoy seeing a bit of our “other” guy outside the Crossfire series.