Hear No Evil by Ivy Fox EPUB & PDF – eBook Details
- Author: Ivy Fox
- Genre: Gothic Romance, Contemporary American Fiction, Psychological Fiction
- Publish Date: 30 September 2020
- Size: 1.8 MB
- Format: PDF / EPUB
- Status: Avail for Download
- Price: Free
“Fuck! They’re dead! They’re dead, East! What the fuck are we
going to do now?!” Finn yells, pulling at his blonde hair with such
force it’ll be a miracle if he has any left on his head before the night
“Shut that shit down, Walker, or I’ll shut it for you!” Colt shouts
from across the room, his face looking just as troublesome as the
brain matter splattered all over his shirt.
Unwilling to leave Lincoln’s side, Colt gets up from his kneeling
position beside his eerily silent cousin, just to level Finn with his
stare. I place myself in the line of fire, offering Colt a menacing
glower of my own. Fucker just needs to give my boy Finn some
breathing room to get his shit handled. Not everyone can keep their
cool while taking part in a double homicide like Colt evidently can.
He throws me a threatening sneer, but then goes back to the friend
hunched down on the floor, who needs him most right now, while I
tackle the other.
Even though I hate to admit it, Colt’s right. Finn’s hysteria won’t
do us any good. We need clear heads to deal with this clusterfuck of
a situation. When I turn around to face him, Finn is still pacing the
room left to right, mumbling incoherently to himself. This shit must
be wreaking havoc on his ADHD mind, unable to keep one string of
thought focused long enough for him to keep hold of his sanity. I can
only imagine what this shit is doing to his delicate heart.
Finn might have perfected the image of the tough-as-nails
quarterback god everyone expects him to be, but the rest of us know
different. Beneath his brash facade lies a sensitive soul, easily
damaged and taken advantage of. Colt and I aren’t woven from the
same fragile fabric, and if tonight is any indication, neither is
Lincoln. Maybe that’s why I took a shine to Finn in the first place.
He reminds me that purity can dwell in the most unlikely of places.
I rush to him, placing both my hands over Finn’s trembling
shoulders, giving them a squeeze to stop his pacing. His agitated
sapphire eyes bounce off my cool-as-steel gray ones. I grab his neck,
bending his forehead to press against mine, but the fucker keeps
twitching, unable to keep still.
He’s in shock.
Fuck, we all are.
But right now, I need him to snap out of it, for all our sakes.
“Finn, look at me. Look at me, brother!” I order with a nonnegotiable tone.
The red splatters on his ashen skin give him a macabre look, like
an assassin that just went on a killing spree in some horror-filled Bmovie.
Rich pricks like us usually never do well in those types of
films. Hope the real-life version holds better odds for us.
I kick that stupid thought out of my head, knowing that Finn will
fall apart completely if he sees an ounce of fear embedded in my
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