Anyway, here. He handed me a bag. Thought you might be hungry. Since you're our guests, it would be impolite if we didn't share our food with you. That's your rations for the week. Try to make it last. At my surprised look, he rolled his eyes. Not all of us live on oil and electricity, you know.
Puck rolled his eyes. Holding out his hand, he gave me an encouraging smile. Come on, Princess. Don't want to get separated in here. I clasped his hand, and he curled his fingers around mine. Let's go, then. Rusty can bring up the read. That way, if we're jumped from behind, we won't lose anything important.
Sarren is one vampire (...) No matter how deadly, how terrible plans, even he cannot wipe an entire city from the face of the earth in a few days. Humans are ever resilient, and their will to live surpasses everything else. Do not lose hope, Allison (...) Your hope is the reason we have a chance to stop this.
It means putting up with my fiercest and most annoying rival, Robin Goodfellow, who - despite all his attempts to hide it - is in love with my queen as well. I don't know why I haven't killed him yet. Maybe because Puck is Meghan's closest friend and she would mourn him terribly if he were gone (though I can't imagine why).
Grimalkin sighed loudly, causing me to look back and Razor to hiss at him. Am I the only one here who has any insight at all? he said, looking to each of our faces. We stared at him, and he shook his head. Drawing a blank, are you? Think about what you just said, human. Repeat that last phrase, if you would.
Even Sarren can't take out a whole city of armed, bloodthirsty minions.' He curled a lip in disgust. 'And if he can, then you'll have to excuse me, because at that point I'm going to say the hell with you both, you can chase after Sarren without me.
Ah. Puck's emerald eyes sparkled with glee. And so they come crawling back for Puck's help after all. Tsk tsk. He shook his head and took another bite of the apple. How easy it is to forget grudges when someone has something you need.