Elemental Evolved by Helen Scott EPUB & PDF – eBook Details Online
- Author: Helen Scott
- Language: English
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- Genre: Greek & Roman Myth & Legend
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“Get the portal open!” I yelled before turning to swipe out at another
wave of cultists. The bastards just didn’t stop coming.
Finally, the hiss of the portal opening sounded, and a minuscule amount
of tension left me.
More and more hooded figures came towards us as we tried to keep them
back from the portal room and give Tessa and Kai a chance to escape.
When I glanced over my shoulder and saw them still standing there, I
shouted, “Take Tessa and go. Now!”
Fury danced across Tessa’s features as she said, “I’m not going anywhere
without you. We all go, or none of us do.”
You’ll have to take her against her will, Dresden’s voice rang inside my
head, which meant he was projecting to all of us except Tessa, if her lack of
reaction was anything to go by. I knew if I was in Kai’s place, I’d be hesitant,
but if they stayed, it would just give the cultists something to fight toward.
We could only hold them back for so long, so the best thing we could do
was take away their reason to fight. Hopefully, that would be enough.
Niall’s voice sounded in my head a moment later as I slashed out at a
cultist, catching them in their ribs and having to forcibly dislodge my sword.
Don’t let her get captured by these people. Her death won’t be quick. And she
will suffer greatly. It will make Hyperborea and what happened look like a
His words soured my stomach. Tessa had been through enough, dammit.
Why wouldn’t these people just leave her alone?
A shout drew my attention back to Tessa, and I saw that Kai had her up
and over his shoulder before he started walking toward the portal.
“Kai! Put me down! I’m not leaving without them!” she screamed the
words in his ear, yet he barely even flinched.
The words turned unintelligible
as she started hitting his back with her fists and raging against him.
My attention was split and only momentarily brought back to the fight
when the bite of metal in my skin drew my attention. It wasn’t for long,
though, since another shout had me looking back at Tessa just in time to see
Kai hesitate to take the last step.
His head turned, and I knew he was reassessing the situation one last
time. War cries sounded from the pathway in front of us. I looked back to see
a whole new wave of cultists had made their way toward us.
I turned to yell at Kai and tell him to go, but he was already moving.
Tessa’s tear-streaked face disappeared with a look of betrayal as she reached
for me, then the two of them were gone.
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