Shadow Kiss by Richelle Mead EPUB & PDF – eBook Details
- Author: Richelle Mead
- Genre: Children’s Paranormal, Occult & Supernatural, Teen & Young Adult Vampire, Teen & Young Adult Vampire Fiction
- Publish Date: 13 November 2008
- Size: 1.7 MB
- Format: PDF / EPUB
- Status: Avail for Download
- Price: Free
HIS FINGERTIPS SLID ALONG my back, applying hardly
any pressure, yet sending shock waves over my flesh. Slowly,
slowly, his hands moved across my skin, down the sides of my
stomach to finally rest in the curves of my hips. Just below my
ear, I felt his lips press against my neck, followed by another
kiss just below it, then another, then another… .
His lips moved from my neck toward my cheek and then
finally found my mouth. We kissed, wrapping ourselves closer
together. My blood burned within me, and I felt more alive in
that moment than I ever had. I loved him, loved Christian so
Some coherent part of me immediately realized what was
happening—and boy, was it pissed off. The rest of me,
however, was still actually living in this encounter,
experiencing it as though I was the one being touched and
kissed. That part of me couldn’t break away. I’d merged too
much with Lissa, and for all intents and purposes, this was
happening to me.
No, I told myself sternly. It’s not real—not for you. Get out
But how could I listen to logic when every nerve of my
body was being set on fire?
You aren’t her. This isn’t your head. Get out.
His lips. There was nothing in the world right now except
It’s not him. Get out.
The kisses were the same, exactly as I remembered with
No, it’s not Dimitri. Get out!
Dimitri’s name was like cold water hitting me in the face. I
I sat upright in my bed, suddenly feeling smothered. I tried
kicking off the covers but mostly ended up entangling my legs
even more. My heart beat hard in my chest, and I tried to take
deep breaths to steady myself and return to my own reality.
Times sure had changed. A long time ago, Lissa’s
nightmares used to wake me from sleep. Now her sex life did.
To say the two were a little different would be an
I’d actually gotten the hang of blocking out
her romantic interludes—at least when I was awake. This time,
Lissa and Christian had (unintentionally) outsmarted me. In
sleep, my defenses were down, allowing strong emotions to
pass through the psychic link that connected me to my best
friend. This wouldn’t have been a problem if the two of them
had been in bed like normal people—and by “being in bed,” I
“God,” I muttered, sitting up and swinging my legs over the
side of the bed. My voice was muffled in a yawn. Couldn’t
Lissa and Christian have seriously kept their hands off each
other until waking hours?
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