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- Novel Title: Guardian
- Author: Shannon Mayer
- Language: English
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TO SAY FLYING on the back of a dragon at high altitudes is cold was like
saying Death Valley warms up a little in July. And I’d been doing it—flying
by dragon-back at high altitudes—for more hours straight than I cared to
“Fu … ck … ing he … ll.” My teeth chattered over the words and Liam
grunted, tightening his hold on me. If only it were that easy to warm up. His
arms were around me and I faced him, my legs wrapped around his waist. He,
being the hot-blooded shifter he was, did not feel the cold like I did. The
proximity to him helped, it did, but not enough to cut the cold. Just enough to
keep me from turning into a Popsicle.
Blaz, dragon extraordinaire, laughed and sent his words to us.
Stop being such a pussy, Rylee. This is the vacation you wanted so
I didn’t have it in me to answer him; I settled for flipping him the bird,
which only made him laugh harder. I buried my face in the relative protection
between my body and Liam’s.
“I’m sorry, I wish there was another way for us to get there.” Liam
spoke softly into my ear as he readjusted his arms around me. I nodded, again
keeping my words to myself.
Liam couldn’t cross the veil unless it was a physical entrance, like a
doorway. Using the veil like necromancers did, jumping from place to place,
was impossible for him. Add into that the powerful energy Liam gave off and
how it wigged out technology, and suddenly flying via a more traditional
method was also out of the running.
Which meant it was flight by dragonback or not at all.
We could have taken one of the doorways through the castle that acted
as a central jumping point, but we didn’t actually know where we were going
or which doorway would take us there. I had no desire to go around opening
random doors. I’d done that once, the results had not been particularly good.
We’d started our mini-vacation spending time near London, at Jack’s
place. No one knew we were there. Hell, even Will and Deanna hadn’t
known we’d been in town. More important, though, were the books of
prophecy that were there. I’d wanted to have another crack at them.
For three days, Liam and I looked for the books, but they were gone.
Hidden away by some asshat. I’d been hoping to find the key that would end
the terror that was Orion and his demon hordes coming our way.
Unfortunately, there wasn’t a single freaking trace of the books. The
worst part was I suspected the details I needed to know were in the violetskinned book of prophecy. Of course, Milly stole that while in Orion’s thrall.
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