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.

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If you are gone then I will welcome nonexistence. There will be nothing left for me to live for.

Yes, I still know where I'm going! I snapped as he emerged beside me yet again, cutting him off before he could say anything. Ash walked on my other side, silent and protective, but I caught him rolling his eyes as Glitch came up.

You're an idiot, half-breed, she taunted, as I kicked snow at her. She dodged easily. Rowan's too good for you, and he's experienced. Most everyone, fey and mortal boys included, would give their teeth to have him to themselves for a night. Try him. I guarantee you'll like it.

A ruse. That's all it was. Pretend to like this girl. Pretend to have feelings, to pursue some kind of relationship. Earn her friendship and trust, knowing I might have to destroy it, and her, in the end.

I don't see how you mortals do it, these feelings you must endure. they will ruin you in the end.

Silly me, here I was thinking we needed big neon signs that said Here We Are, Shoot Us Please on top of the roof.

This is real. This is what's important to me now. I'm not worried about the future, whatever it brings. I have all I need, right here.

My eyes prickled as Ash leaned in and kiss me. A particulary loud snore came from the cave, and the lump in the corner rolled toward us suspiciously.

His fingertips came to rest against the back of my hand, sending a zip of current through my whole body. I'm done hiding, he whispered. Nothing has changed. I know we might not have a lot of time, but what we do have, I want to spend right here.

No. The red in his eyes dimmed to tiny pinpricks, and his voice dropped to a whisper. I had to strain to hear him. It was…an honor… He sighed one last time, as the tiny spots of light flickered once, twice. …my queen. And he was gone.

Though sometimes we'd end up debating whether or not not faery terms like Gwragedd Annwn and hobyahs were legal to use.

What lies beneath this envelope of flesh and blood, hmm? Is it something special? Perhaps, when I peel it open, I will be able to see. Perhaps your screams will tell me everything I need to know.

This better be good, cat. You're stupid Summoning spell could've killed me! What is it you want?-Meghan Chase to Grimalkin.

Oh, my, it's awfully quiet back there," Jackal remarked after several miles had passed and nothing had happened. Of course, my blood brother took personal offence to peace and quiet, and I could practically hear the grin in his voice. "Are you two making out?