Believe it or not, Princess, I don't want Ash dead, any more than you do". He sniffed. "Well maybe a little more than you but...

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I'd done everything I could think of to fight the demon, o not give in, to keep some semblance of humanity. Even though it was hard, it hurt like hell, and all I had to show for it was a broken heart.

Ash brushed the hair from my neck and leaned close to my ear, his voice so soft not even Grimalkin could've heard it. I love you, he murmured, and my heart nearly burst out of my chest. Whatever happens, we're together now.

But I wasn't human anymore. And I wasn't as afraid of them as I once was. I was part of their world now, part of the darkness.

Godzilla was coming...

So it's the ever popular Firstborn Child of Doom prophecy, huh, ice-boy? How very cliché. Why can't it ever be the third nephew twice removed who's fated to destroy the world?

Is our life not exciting enough? Or do the lot of you just have some kind of death wish?

So, I demanded, trying to sound confident, where can we find this trod to New Orleans?

How are you doing this?" I continued, frowning at him. "And if you say 'I am a cat.' I swear I will throw you off this balcony.

Puck winced. Ouch. Well, you know what they say—you always hurt the one you love. Or is that the one you hate? I can never remember.

You love her. The half-breed daughter of the Summer lord.

If we are talking about choice and regret, what has happened cannot be undone. And dwelling on the past changes nothing. You will only drive yourself to insanity if you do.

This one," Ash growled "is off limits.

Science is all about proving theories and understanding the universe. Science folds everything into neat logical well-explained packages. The fey are magical capricious illogical and unexplainable. Science cannot prove the existence of faeries so naturally we do not exist. That type of nonbelief is fatal to faries.

I would not suffer anyone to endure the path I walk. My road must always be traveled alone.