I have two ebooks of Shades of Atlantis to give away to my followers. If you want to be in with a
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Excerpt from the book:
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It wasn’t hard to work out that this tall, gorgeous creature with sapphire eyes flashing with choler was headed straight to me. John grabbed my arm as if to hold me there with him, and I looked up to his defiant face. He glowered toward Caleb.
“Triona, stay with me,” John demanded, his voice flooded with desperation.
It was horrible. I wanted to undo whatever curse I’d inadvertently placed on him. “I can’t,” I murmured, hoping Caleb couldn’t hear.
Caleb was almost beside us, and as he neared, the color around him faded and his expression became more guarded. Suddenly I couldn’t read him at all.
“Triona, we have to return to the hotel immediately,” Caleb said coolly.
“You don’t have to go anywhere with him,” John insisted fearlessly, still holding my arm. I felt his grip intensify.
The crowds passing by seemed to take a wide berth, unconsciously aware the animosity in the air.
“A guest has accompanied my father,” Caleb added. His body tensed almost to the point of being frozen, but his eyes betrayed nothing.
“Caleb, John … John, Caleb,” I muttered, reluctantly introducing him and gesturing to each man in turn, sure that each already knew who the other was.
I felt sick to my stomach, and blood pounded in my ears. I lowered my eyes to the ground and said quietly, “John, I have to go with Caleb.”
“No!” John’s fingers had my arm in a vice-like grip.
I watched as Caleb’s hands balled into fists, and his eyes narrowed and blazed. I saw something in them, just for an instant — insane jealously. “Let her go,” Caleb growled in a deep voice.
John stood still, defiantly holding onto my arm and glaring at Caleb. Caleb’s shoulder jerked as though he were about to raise his arm. I think I saw it before he even conceived what he was about to do.
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