By Marcellus T. Mitsos
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The lines of her face grew rigid, bearing the evidence of belligerence no servant possessed. ” Without another word, she turned her horse to leave them again. “You will fail her,” Robert called out. ” Graham turned to grin at him, and Robert ground his jaw before taking off after her. Aye, he was daft. He didn’t need to be reminded of it. ” she called over her shoulder. ” Catching up to her, Robert directed his steed in front of hers, cutting off her path. “My sister was once abducted by the MacGregors.
A shadow rising above him drew Graham’s dimpled grin off the seduction of his friend and upward. Very high upward. “Ye’re supposed to be at my table tonight, Lianne. ” The Highlander was enormous. His soiled plaid stretched across his broad chest when he grazed his eyes over Robert and then to Graham. The challenge in them was unmistakable before he turned back to Lianne. ” Hell, Graham thought, mildly disappointed for Robert. He could get up and fight for Lianne’s company tonight, but the brute had paid, and he was quite large.
She’s no servant,” Robert said, gaining his saddle ave „ moment after Graham gained his. “She’s lying. ” “I do not know,” Graham said, keeping his eyes on her riding up ahead. ” “Nae, I cannot. ” Graham asked, knowing full well which weapon to use to persuade his friend into compliance. ” Robert gave him his foulest look. “That’s low, even for you. I will not tarry because you have found yet another woman to your liking. ” “Lass,” Graham called out. When she turned slightly, his chest tightened at the beauty of her profile.
An Inscription from Mycenae by Marcellus T. Mitsos