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f901c92b44 But when Taylor had asked how Khavi knew that Michael would come, the other woman had answered, “It’s in his nature.” After hearing that, Taylor had barely stopped herself from telling Khavi to fuck off. And if they came closer . Her favorite pasttimes were riding her horse and tormenting the farm boy who worked there. The lead slugs ripping through her chest had hurt like a son of a bitch. but not shape-shifting. She’d hated that the Guardians butted in on her investigations and turned the legal system upside down, faking evidence and skipping straight over fair trials by handing out executions, but she also understood that police departments didn’t have the resources to capture or imprison nosferatu and demons. She was so messed up. Taylor closed her eyes, shook her head. No dice.
Coming closer. She’d never questioned whether Michael could. Instinct screamed at her to curl up into a ball, to make her body as small a target as possible. Roasted demon corpses littered the red sands, some partially eaten. She climbed to her feet and stared. The bullets should have killed her. God knew how many he’d completely devoured. So the only real surprise was that, after months of evading the Guardians, he hadn’t flown off again—despite knowing that Khavi had a spear and a plan.