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Aiden's POV Chapter “I'm not saying that.” Against common sense, I closed the distance between us and placed my hands on her shoulders. Her bare skin. Daimon: The Prequel to Half-Blood: a novella/ by Jennifer L. Armentrout – 1st ed. p. cm. . forward, “She will do fine as a Guard, maybe even a Sentinel.”. Sentinel: The Fifth Covenant Novel (Covenant Series) (Volume 5) [Jennifer L. Armentrout] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Originally.

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A paperback copy of Half-Blood by Jennifer L. Armentrout to two 2. Gods, she was so beautiful. Pure temptation. My thumb smoothed over her lower lip, and I felt her answering shudder under my skin.

Too caught up, I leaned in, pressing my cheek against hers. And I stopped thinking.

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With a growl more animal than civilized, I moved toward her mouth with only one thing in mind. I kissed her. Savoring her mouth, soaking up her response, I was fueled by her desire for more. And though I needed more, in the back of my mind, I already knew that more could never be enough. As I fitted her body to mine, the kiss deepened, shocked me to the core.

Gods, I wanted this, as bad as that was, I wanted this. Sliding my hands down her shoulders, I followed the curve of her stomach, the subtle flare of hips. Before I knew it, I was taking her to the bedroom. Never breaking contact with her mouth… her body. And brave, beautiful Alex threw herself into this madness like she always did.

Head first, questions and concerns later. Reckless, but admirable. Dangerous, but so tempting. She slid her hands under my shirt and I jerked at the touch of her fingers. Pulling back, I let her strip me of my shirt. Then I was on her, easing her down. I stilled. She was wearing too much clothes. I kissed her again, dragging her breath into me, sliding the top of her dress down and then off.

And I took my time finding her lips again, committing each dip and curve to memory. My lower body sank into hers, and little, surprisingly sharp nails dug into my arms. She kept whispering my name, over and over again as I explored her, relished in her. She was breathing in short gasps when I rolled her on top of me. So brave, so full of life. You have so much life in you, so much.

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You got inside me, became a part of me. Damn, she was one hell of a fighter, would one day become something that would crush her enemies, but she felt so small under me.

So perfect. I brought my lips to hers, leaning my full weight onto her. Everything took on a near frantic edge. Our kisses. Frustration coursed like acid in my blood. My fingers fisted in the soft sheets as I dragged in a deep breath. He stilled beside me, like he held his breath and waited, then let out a ragged exhale.

My heart plummeted. Gods, all I needed to do was open my eyes, not walk a tight rope.

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That frustration quickly flipped to anger—a soul-deep kind of rage that tasted of hot bitterness. It had been absent in Olympus, but it was back. Strength poured into me, a torrential downpour of vitality encasing every nerve ending. Every distinct sound in the room was magnified.

My own breathing, more steady now, and the deep and slow inhales of the man beside me. Doors opened and shut in the hallway outside the room, and there were voices, muted but distinct. My skin came alive. Glyphs bled through, swirling across my body in response. But now he was helping me. My eyes flew open. And I saw him. Aiden was on his side, facing me. His hand still cupped my cheek, his thumb smoothing along my skin, and I could feel the marks of the Apollyon gliding toward his touch.

His eyes were closed, but I knew he was awake. Thick, sooty ashes fanned the tips of his broad cheekbones. His dark brown hair was a mess.

Waves tumbled over his forehead, brushing the graceful arches of his brows. An ugly, purplish bruise marred his left eye, and I wondered if he could even open it. There was another violent mark, an astonishing mixture of reds, shadowing the strong line of his jaw. His lips were parted, neck and shoulders tensed. The Covenant in North Carolina no longer stood, but it felt like I was there again, standing in the training room used for novices.

And those eyes, flashing between heather gray and quicksilver, had been permanently etched into my memories from that moment on. Our love had never been easy. As a pure-blood, he was untouchable to me even though I was the Apollyon, and even now he risked everything to be with me. He was my strength when I needed him to be, my friend when I needed someone to talk me down, my equal in a world where by law I would always be less than him, and honest to gods, he was the love of my life.

And he would wait forever for me, just as I would wait forever and a day for him. Except forever will probably end up being fairly short, whispered an insidious voice, and it was right. Even if I managed to get past all the obstacles between me and Seth, and transfer his power to me, there was no doubt in mind that, even as a God Killer, I was going to have problems fighting Ares. And if, by some miracle, I survived that, there was a really good chance the other gods would kill me.

So why even bother? Aiden and I could run away together, live as long as we could and be happy. I knew he would. A huge part of me, especially that dark, cold place that had been born when Ares held me down, agreed wholeheartedly with that plan. Run away.

Nothing seemed smarter or simpler to do. I held onto that needle-thin thread of duty with my life and spoke.

Our gazes met. Aiden jerked up, his face paling by several degrees, making the bruises along his jaw and left eye stand out in stark contrast.They will spend half eternity in the Underworld and half up on Earth, alternating between the two …more It goes on forever like the myth with Perscephone! Knowing what I wasabout to take part in darkened my soul. What was I thinking? Over and Out. I could get over the fact that she picked Aiden but why can't Seth get to be happy?

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