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His boots were a lost cause, soaked in mud and deformed. Blisters popped up in places he didn’t want to think about. His clothes were covered in mud and leaves and he was sure his hair had not fared much better. The glasses and hat he’d had to return to the road to retrieve did not lend him an air of trustworthiness either. Staring from doorways and street corners, he felt eyes pinned on him from every direction. He wanted nothing more than to find the local magistrate, find an inn or a place to board and get a mug or three of ale in himself.
If only your mother was here. ” Cora could not keep a blush from staining her cheeks and she enfolded the dear old woman her arms, her emotions so overwhelmed she felt tears in her eyes. Without a word, she dashed out the servants’ door, waving to Maggie as she sprinted for the distance to avoid her father and brother. She entered the vineyard with only one purpose in mind. To break a vow. She had to, if only this once and she whispered prayers to her long dead mother asking for forgiveness. But she had to use her powers, just to see if they were still under control, had become wild and feral, or if she were so blessed, those damned powers had been stolen in the night by a devil with golden eagle eyes.
It was no different from a thousand others but she’d been looking toward that ship just one last time before returning home to the manor when a wave of—something—overtook her. Something raw and vivid and full of pure fire. The sea erupted in crashing waves and spray at her feet and the winds howled around her in gustful glee and she tried to recover from the burning. Desire. She had never felt such desire. Her breath came in pants, her nipples tightened to the point of pain, her pussy was slick with need.
Command the Wind by Elaine Lowe