Demon Blind by M.J. Haag EPUB & PDF – eBook Details Online
- Author: M.J. Haag
- Language: English
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I COULD SMELL THE FOOD. THE SCENT TEASED MY NOSE AND TORMENTED MY
empty stomach. Sam, the young woman in front of me, shuffled forward a
step. I did the same and peeked at the long blurry line that snaked down the
So many of us still waited to be fed. It made sense, though. Yesterday, the
fey had served stew with actual meat chunks in it and warm rolls with butter.
My stomach growled at the memory.
Even the threat of attracting the attention of the troublemakers, had they
still been there, wouldn’t have been enough to keep me away today, and it
seemed like the rest of Tenacity’s residents agreed. Hopefully, the fey had
anticipated a bigger turnout and made enough for everyone.
“Apryl, do you see the one at the end?” Sam asked.
Tucking my chin into my poofy jacket, I kept my gaze on my feet and
tugged my hat lower over my ears.
“I try not to look,” I said just as one of the fey walked close to our section
of the line.
I only knew it was one of them because the woman behind me shuffled
away. Mentally rolling my eyes at her reaction, I hoped the fey hadn’t heard
what I’d said. It was my standard response whenever someone wanted me to
see something. I had nothing against the fey. But I couldn’t say the same for
While the handful of survivors who outright hated the fey were gone, it
didn’t mean the remaining survivors were ready to welcome the fey with
open arms. Just the food they brought. Hypocrites.
I didn’t care that the fey kept most of the supplies collected during the
supply runs since, from what I’d heard, they did all the work. And it didn’t
make a difference to me who was preparing our food or why the fey were
actually here. They wanted women? Good for them for having a libido while
the world was going to hell. Maybe that was their jam. Didn’t know. Didn’t
care. All I cared about was keeping my head down and my mouth shut so no
one would know I couldn’t see shit.
“I think he’s watching you.”
He. One of the fey.
“They watch anything with boobs,” I said, parroting what I’d been told
since I’d never been able to confirm it for myself.
Sam took another step forward. “If that were true, he’d be looking at me
too. This one is interested in you specifically.”
“Probably my hair,” I said, reaching up to make sure it was tucked into
my hat. “Or my darker skin tone.”
She made a humming noise, conveying her doubt.
“He hasn’t glanced at Danielle once.”
Danielle was darker than me, so Sam had me there.
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