Sins That Bind Us by E.M. Lindsey EPUB & PDF – eBook Details Online
- Author: E.M. Lindsey
- Language: English
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I THOUGHT I KNEW WHAT IT WAS LIKE TO LOSE MY MIND. TO FEEL UTTERLY
helpless. To know that nothing I can do will change my circumstances. It was
like that after being shot. The first couple of days, it was a coma, and then
there was some light and shadow that slowly crept into darkness. And there
Then there was Kane’s voice telling me that he was sorry. His words
were thick and slurred and anguished. He said there was nothing he could do.
The next time I woke, my eyes were gone, and my fate was sealed.
I would be totally blind for the rest of my life.
There were times I felt like that was hell and that there would never be an
escape. And this is the same feeling. Hearing Kane scream, then losing his
call—I want to tear the world apart. It kills me to ask Alice to describe what’s
on the screen, and it’s worse when she says there’s nothing. The connection
is severed, and the screen is black.
It takes me nearly a full minute to compose myself before I can get out of
bed, and I don’t even register that my dick is hanging out and I’m halfdressed as I burst into James’ room. I hear his quiet laugh, but it dies seconds
after he sees my face.
“What is it?” That’s the tone I want. It’s all business. He understands that
“We lost Kane on his call, and the connection was severed. It sounded
like a car accident,” I say. I turn on my heel, confident he’ll follow me, and I
hear two sets of footsteps, which means he was likely fucking Ari when I
burst in. I catch a whiff of Alice, too, as I rush into my office, and my fingers
skim over my computer as I boot it up. “Even if his car is in pieces, the
tracker should still be functional,” I’m saying, barely registering the words
coming out of my mouth. My brain splits into two—the desperate man
terrified for his lover and the emotionless beast whose only job is to get
It’s almost too easy to let the beast take over.
“Alice,” I hear James say quietly as I open up the tracking app that’s
connected to all of our cars. “Can you please tell me exactly what happened?”
I feel a small measure of relief that she can do that, and I quickly tune her
out as I stick my earbud in my ear and fire up the location device. I feel a
warm presence behind me—enough to be grounding, but Ari knows better
than to touch me right now. Everything is heightened, and I’ll lose it if
anyone gets too close.
And that’s not what we need right now.
“…screen went dead. So then he had me pull up the video feed, but it was
just black,” she finishes.
It’s accurate enough. My fingers skim over my braille display, reading
coordinates as the AI speaks them into my ear. Having both mediums keeps
me focused, and I feel the way the location refreshes and refreshes until it
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