By Linda Howard
Religion DEVLIN: A negative, outcast baby in Prescott, Louisiana, she'd continuously cherished the town's golden boy from afar. yet he referred to as her white trash that sultry Southern evening whilst his wealthy, revered father disappeared, together with her beautiful mother. Now religion desired to hate grey Rouillard...not to think a robust surge of wish. yet she could not quench her ardour, to any extent further than she may possibly conceal the reality concerning the prior she had waited see you later to solve. grey ROUILLARD: even if he raised hell, he did it with variety. Reckless, captivating, and sponsored by means of Rouillard cash, grey managed the city of Prescott -- and Devlin was once a reputation he by no means desired to listen back. but if he gazed at religion Devlin, all he observed used to be a swirl of tangled sheets and her silken flesh underneath him. To take care of her used to be very unlikely, unthinkable...because grey Rouillard deliberate to take advantage of all his strength to wreck her.
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Half crawling, with Scottie’s arms locked around her neck and dragging her down, she struggled toward the shelter of Pa’s old truck, where she huddled against the front tire. Stunned, she stared at the nightmare scene, trying to make sense of it. Things were being tossed out windows, clothes and pots and dishes flying. The dishes were plastic, and made a huge clatter as they landed. A drawer of flatware was emptied out a window, the cheap stainless steel flashing in the lights of the patrol cars.
Okay. " He waved his hand. "Anything. You know what I like. " She rambled around in the outer office for a few minutes, cutting off the computer he’d bought the year before, storing the disks, collecting her purse. After she’d gone, Alex waited a few minutes before going into the other room and locking the door. Then he sat down in her chair and turned on the computer, and swiftly began typing. "Damn you, Guy," he whispered. " Gray parked the Corvette in front of the five wide steps leading up to the covered porch and double front doors, though Noelle frowned on that and preferred that the family’s cars be properly protected and out of sight in the attached garage behind.
He followed in her path, sobbing hoarsely, his pudgy little hands clutching at her whenever she came within reach. Her mind was numb. She didn’t let herself think, couldn’t think. She moved automatically, cutting her hand on a broken bowl and not even noticing. One of the deputies did, though, and gruffly said, "Here, girl, you’re bleeding," and tied his handkerchief around her hand. She thanked him without knowing what she said. She was too innocent, and too dazed, to realize how the lights of the cars shone through the thin fabric of her nightgown, silhouetting her youthful body, her slim thighs and high, graceful breasts.
After The Night by Linda Howard