Capture (The Clann, Book 4)
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Being different means a death sentence...
A series of deadly explosions in Washington D.C. creates a PR nightmare for the Clann...they've been outed to the world, and the world's reaction is nothing but fear. As the Clann's powerbase crumbles in the face of the public's widespread negative reaction, caught in the middle of the exposed web of lies and secrets are high school seniors Tarah and Hayden, former childhood friends fighting a rocky past and a dangerous new attraction that defies betrayal and the secrets they are keeping from their families and each other...
Secrets that could get them imprisoned or killed...or just might result in a love that could save the world
so badly to get up and go over to him, especially when those long legs unfolded out of the driver side doorway and he looked over at me. He hesitated, staring at me from across the many yards separating us. My leg muscles tensed, eager and ready to take me over to him. But I stayed where I was. There was nothing I could say to him to change his feelings, and I refused to nag him about it. When he was ready to talk, he would come over. He turned away, reaching into the back of the truck to pull
would it take to heal? Would it heal completely someday? What if it didn’t? Had he felt me trying to fight him and gone extra hard after her heart, trying to kill her even as I tried to save her from him? Gritting my teeth, I turned around. Maybe I was wrong. Maybe Steve really did deserve to die. His jury had gathered on the ground near the porch, huddled together as they tried to decide what to do. But they didn’t have to deliberate any longer. I could end the debate right now, with my own
grew tighter for a minute, then broke up. Pamela slowly climbed the steps back up onto the infirmary’s porch and to Cassie’s side. She waited until she stood behind her daughter, her hands wrapped in comfort around the girl’s shoulders, before she lifted her chin and spoke. “We’ve reached a decision. Steve, your punishment is to be sent from this place, banished forever from our village. Before you will be sent away, you will be marked with a permanent tattoo containing a spell binding you
wasn’t about anyone’s ego here tonight? Just because Hayden had one opinion different from Gary’s… A twig snapped somewhere in the distance. The hairs rose on the back of my neck. We were being watched. Hayden took a step backwards, pulling me with him. Then the darts started flying. CHAPTER 6 Hayden Gary glared at me. “It's a trap! Everyone take cover now!” It was like the protest all over again, but with the added obstacles of tree trunks and branches and roots and bushes everywhere.
Slowly, with stiff movements of obvious soreness or fear or both, everyone got off the bus and gathered on the wraparound porch. I rang the doorbell with no idea what to expect. The last time I’d seen my father’s mother was at Damon’s funeral, and even then she hadn’t stayed long. Since he had become a senator, my father apparently hadn’t wanted anyone to know about his witch of a mother, though I used to think it was because she was a little too blunt to be politically correct. Contact with