By J. R. Ward
Redemption isn't a note Jim Heron understands a lot approximately - his strong point is revenge and, to him, sin is all relative. yet every thing adjustments whilst he turns into a fallen angel and is charged with saving the souls of 7 humans from the seven lethal sins. And failure isn't an choice. Vin Di Pietro in the past gave himself as much as his enterprise - until eventually destiny intervenes within the kind of a tough-talking, Harley-riding, self-professed saviour, and a lady who makes him query his future. With an historic evil able to declare him, Vin has to paintings with a fallen angel not just to win his liked over...but to redeem his very soul.
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Richard and the woman were alone in the sudden silence. He slumped down beside her on rock warm from the sun. He had a powerful headache from having his head whacked on the wall. Richard could see she was all right, so he didn't ask. He felt too overwhelmed to talk and could sense the same in her. She noticed blood on the back of her hand and wiped it off on the wall, adding it to the red splatters already there. Richard thought he might throw up. He couldn't believe they were alive. It didn't seem possible.
He hoped he wouldn't miss Michael's speech. He would take Kahlan, tell Michael about the men, and get some protection for her. He held out his hand to help her up. She stared at it in surprise. He continued to hold it out for her. She gazed up into his eyes, and took the hand. Richard smiled. " She averted her eyes. " Richard could tell she felt uncomfortable, so he changed the subject. " "Two days ago," she said without emotion. His eyebrows went up. "Then you must be even more hungry than I am.
He forced himself to smile. "No, it's all right. I've been alone enough. " She gave him a small smile and a nod, and they moved on through the crowd. Richard wondered where Michael was. It seemed odd that he wasn't out yet. Even though he had lost his appetite, he knew Kahlan hadn't eaten in two days. With all the tempting food around, he decided she must have remarkable self-control. The delicious smells were starting to change his mind about his appetite. He leaned closer to her. " He guided her over to a long table with food piled in tiers.