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- Author:Rebecca Rathe
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Nausea churns in my stomach, although whether it is from fear and anger or
from Draven’s quick movement through the twists and turns, I can’t be sure.
“Where are Seth and Hawthorne? We need to go back!” Angry tears cloud
my vision as Draven manhandles me through the dark labyrinth of tunnels,
back towards the gap we blasted into the side of the cave. “Draven, put me
The persistent pain in my chest flares, the remnants of my fractured bond
pulsing like the frayed edges of a lit fuse, protesting every step we take that
pulls us further away from the man I tried to release from the bond. It saps
my energy more than my struggle against Draven’s hold on my body.
“I’ll put you down, but you have to listen to me,” Draven grunts as I beat
against his chest, his hard body unmoving no matter how hard I kick and
wriggle. “Hawthorne can take care of himself, and Seth is with him.” He
sets me down as soon as we’re through the small cave opening, but doesn’t
release me, gripping my shoulders tightly enough that I know it would be
difficult to extricate myself. Not impossible, though. “Remember what
we’re here for.” His words calm me enough to focus.
Blood. I project to him. I’m here for blood.
Screams echo in the caves behind us.
You wanted to save them. He reminds me gently, his voice echoing in my
“We’ll get our vengeance, beauty,” he says out loud. “But first there are a
shit ton of people coming up behind us that need a way out.” He kisses my
forehead and wipes away an errant tear in a gentle gesture that takes me by
surprise. “Open the portal. When they come out, lead the first people
through and the rest will follow. I’ll keep watch on this end and nip at their
heels to get them to move faster.” It’s enough to make me crack a smile,
although he’s probably not even kidding.
With a deep, steadying breath, I nod and move across the clearing towards
the tree line, away from the cave entrance so there’s enough room for
everyone to congregate as they climb out of the rocky hole we blasted into
the side of the mountain. My power isn’t as readily available as it has been
the past few days, like it’s a sentient thing that knows what I’ve done. I
betrayed my bond by trying to sever it, betraying my bond to Hawthorne in
The physical pain of the fractured bond has me nearly doubled over as the
memory of the look on his face when he figured out what I’d done flashes
through my mind. Sucking in deep breaths, I dig deep, grasping a tendril of
the power inside me, begging it to obey.
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