Knights of Obsidian by Shari L. Tapscott EPUB & PDF – eBook Details Online
- Author: Shari L. Tapscott
- Language: English
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- Genre: Paranormal & Urban Fantasy
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IT’S all fun and games until your evil minions burn down the forest.
“We need to move!” Rafe drags me forward, away from the flameengulfed mansion, his focus on Gray…or more specifically, on Gray’s drawn
“Knowing what she is, how can you protect her?” Gray demands, his eyes
flashing. As our team leader, it’s his job to get us out of here unscathed.
Except right now, he wants me very scathed. And by scathed, I mean dead.
As I glance between him and the fiery mansion behind us, I realize Gray
is not just a man on a mission to destroy the Obsidian Queen—the fabled
dark ruler who is expected to open the barred thresholds to our land of Aparia
and take over the human world (AKA me)—he looks like a man betrayed. He
stares at me like I’m the one holding the dagger—and the blade might as well
be lodged firmly in his chest.
“We’ve got to get out of here,” Jonathan snarls at Gray. “The humans are
going to arrive any minute, and the last thing we need is to be caught in the
middle of this. Come on.”
Still, Gray doesn’t move. He just stands there, staring at me. The only
thing keeping me alive is the fact that the point of Jonathan’s dagger is
positioned at Gray’s back.
“We don’t have time for this.” Eric cradles my oddly calm hairless cat in
the crook of his arm. Most unexpectedly, he hands me the cat and then,
without hesitation or second thought, cracks the back of his fisted hand
against Gray’s head. And just like in the movies, Gray stumbles forward,
falling to his knees before his eyes roll into the back of his head.
“Eric!” I breathe, horrified.
The usually docile, six-foot-four Viking lookalike takes my horror in
stride. “He’s fine—ancient Knights’ Guild technique. Very technical.”
He then crosses back to Gray and, with Jonathan’s help, hefts the Wolf
off the ground.
Jonathan swears when he turns toward the garages and sees the fire has
not only jumped from the mansion to the nearby trees, but also to the building
that’s holding what used to be an impressive variety of rich boy toys.
“The Porsche,” Eric groans.
Well, that does it. We’re all dead. We might as well walk right into those
flames because Gray’s boss, the man who loaned us the car for the long
weekend, is going to kill us slowly when we return to Avon.
“My car is this way,” Rafe says, not even bothering to take a moment of
silence to observe the loss of the hundred-thousand-dollar crossover. “Hurry
I follow, half in a daze, the tattered hem of my black satin ballgown
brushing the ground with each hasty step I take. I keep my eyes off the
carnage—the carnage my shadow creatures created. This is all my fault.
Granted, I never asked for this. I didn’t even realize I had Obsidian magic
until a few months ago—and I certainly didn’t invite the beasts to join me
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