It’s a test for the teenaged Rule, to experience the human world and see if he can control his wolf in high school.
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The classic battle: sports vs sex, and we women can all relate as Kelly tries to get Nick’s atttention.
It’s been pure frustration for Zane, as Ty has been on an undercover assignment for the past three days…and nights.
While there are opportunities — in the service of a secretive courtesan, in the bed of a beautiful senator, and in the hunt for an ancient assassin — Venice is not without its dangers for Prince-turned-pauper Mircea Basarab.
It’s the day of Thea’s and David’s wedding, and David wants to reassure his bride-to-be.
The day reflects Noah St John’s state of mind in this gathering of friends.
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