Revival by Kathy Coopmans EPUB & PDF – eBook Details
- Author: Kathy Coopmans
- Language: English
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The Texas humidity is heavy as the glass-paneled door opens, allowing the
thick air to span through the noisy bar at the hotel. The slight warm breeze
that was sweeping through whenever someone walked in or out earlier is
nowhere to be found. However, the rumbling from the thunderstorm is much
more interesting to listen to than the man next to me.
He’s quite boring as he drones on about the different countries he’s been
to, those he would still love to see, and those he wishes to revisit.
I couldn’t care less.
Crossing my legs, I shift slightly toward him on the barstool I’ve occupied
for the better part of the last hour, eager to do what needs doing. It’s time to
wash my hands of the man who has taken up too much of my time.
The dress I’m wearing is black and far flashier than I usually wear when
I’m working. My looks alone usually do the trick, but I liked this dress, so I
I’m not a bragger by any means, but my poor excuse of a mother who
tossed me into the system at birth at least was kind enough to give me some
excellent genes. I won’t deny my looks and curves help when it comes to me
doing my job.
The plunging neckline accents my full breasts in such an eye-catching
way that it’s been impossible for the man not to follow the lead down to my
tanned legs and how my black stilettos extend the length of my figure.
This get-up is precisely what I needed to entrap the greedy mongrel with
morals the size of the tip of my pinky finger. Although, some would question
if I have any inside of me.
For the record, I do. It’s why I love my job so much. A trade I never saw
coming. One I’m better at than I thought I’d be. One I needed so badly to
strengthen the center of me.
I found the woman I was supposed to be, and in doing so, I’m enjoying
removing filth from the world. Those sick and twisted people who slip
through the cracks by paying others off, or knowing how to slither through
themselves, to keep them out of trouble for doing innocent people wrong.
They don’t deserve to breathe, so I seek justice in the form of taking their
I’ll never extinguish them all, but each one I do keeps someone safe from
the wickedness, the deceitfulness, and, at times, the vileness that hollows out
a person’s soul.
The only thing I hate about my job is when they touch me with their dirty
rotten hands. It makes me sick to my stomach. They never know it because I
purr like a kitten when they do. Little do they know, that’s when my claws
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