Blood Bonds by Lexi C. Foss EPUB & PDF – eBook Details
- Author: Lexi C. Foss
- Language: English
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Filth, humanity, and greed littered the nightclub as obnoxious beats
repeated overhead. The humans would call it music. Caro called it hell.
Why would anyone enjoy this?
At least from her perch at the back of the room, it didn’t rattle her teeth,
unlike her experience on the dance floor. How those beings tolerated it, she
had no idea. She preferred peace and quiet. Tranquility.
Not even ten minutes and she missed home already.
She would find Osiris, deliver the edict, and leave.
The poisoned one, as her kind called him, had lived among the humans
too long and adopted his own level of greed. First, he created a bloodline of
life-sucking abominations who referred to themselves as Ichorians, and then
they went on to procreate with humans to create Hydraians.
She would slaughter them all if given the chance, but her superiors felt it
was Osiris’s responsibility to clean up his own mess.
Caro crossed her jean-clad legs and tapped her foot impatiently.
Her notes stated Osiris owned this pitiful establishment, and the
abundance of Ichorians slithering about confirmed it. They couldn’t see or
sense her as she sat in a cloud of invisibility—a trait that suited this mission.
Except her quarry remained hidden, which defeated the entire purpose of
The cushion beneath her shifted as someone sat far too close for her
liking. She considered appearing just to tell him to fuzz off, but then he
looked directly at her with bright green eyes.
“Not every day a Seraphim graces us with her regal presence,” he
murmured, his gaze assessing.
Something akin to shock swept over her. Or she suspected that was it.
Emotions belonged to humans.
He stretched an arm along the back of the couch, grazing her shoulder in
the process. “To what do we owe the honor, Your Highness?”
“How are you doing that?” she demanded after his fingers brushed her
“What are you doing here?” he countered.
“I don’t believe that’s any of your business.”
“Oh, on that we disagree.” He leaned into her personal space. “This is my
territory, and you certainly don’t belong here.”
Well, that last bit was a reasonably intelligent deduction. As for the
former… “How does one own a territory? Or are you referring to this
His laugh vibrated their shared seat, and she found the sound oddly
pleasant. Her kind did not revel in amusement often, if ever, but humans did.
Except this being beside her did not possess a mortal soul, yet he didn’t
appear to be Ichorian or Hydraian either. Because he saw her and touched
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