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As I pushed through the doors, the dim light from the overheads filtered through the long, narrow restaurant. Utilitarian blinds gave a slatted view to the parking lot, and Formica ruled supreme. Booths lined one wall, while on the other, a long counter flanked the kitchen, with bar stools attached to the floor. A tall, narrow Christmas tree was nestled in one corner, sparkling with lights and gleaming ornaments. The tree was pretty and it made me smile.

I could read the difference just by looking at them. Both swarthy, with shaggy black hair and topaz eyes ringed with black circles, they watched as I passed by them, giving them a wide berth.

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I chose an open stool at the opposite end of the counter and slid onto it. Picking up the menu, I pulled one of the saucers to me and flipped over the mug. What will you have?

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I gave her a slow smile. For all I knew, she could be angry that her mother had chosen to give me the family business. The coffee steamed hot and black as she poured it into my cup. You want another minute with that menu? She bustled off, returning with the cream as I added three packets of sugar to my coffee. I gave her a soft smile—she looked somewhere in her early fifties and exhausted—and flipped open the menu. The words all seemed to run together and I closed it again, turning to gaze at the posters on the wall. Fatigue from the trip was setting in, big-time. I motioned to Anadey.

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A large chocolate shake. Cheeseburger and fries. Butter only on the bun. Hold the pickles and condiments. And a piece of apple pie if you have some. Oh—and make sure nothing has any sort of fish added into it, please. We have a dedicated fryer for French fries to avoid cross contamination. And one section of the grill is reserved for unbreaded patties only and cleaned every time. Been driving for two days with very little rest along the way. You look about done in. As I sat there, I became aware that the guy at the other end of the counter had gotten up and was strolling my way, his eyes glued to me.

I gave him the once-over as he passed by, on his way toward the restrooms. Taken aback, I swiveled full around, but he just went on walking. Instead, I just memorized his looks and turned back to Anadey, who was polishing the counter in front of me, a concerned expression on her face.

She gave me a short nod, her lips pressed together, and I could see the flash of fear in her eyes. Just let it go. Your food should be ready in a few minutes. As Anadey packaged my food and handed it to me, Snarly Dude came back from the bathroom, his full lips curling in a derisive, leering manner. I returned his gaze, keeping my expression neutral. Tossing a ten and a couple bucks for a tip on the counter, I headed toward the door, my senses on high alert.

I slowly exhaled, relaxing into my body. Tension could ruin a good punch, could turn a good fight into a bad one. I gave the parking lot a look-see. Five cars to my left. Another three to my right. Gauging how long it would take me to dash across the street, across the snow and ice, I headed for the sidewalk. The street was mostly empty; there were few cars on the road at this time of night, although two long, dark limos with tinted windows passed by, gliding silently, the sound of their engines muffled by the falling snow.

I gave an imperceptible nod and set a foot into the road. Immediately, I sensed the men behind me speed up. I was two yards across the street before I broke into a run. The sound of footsteps told me they had done the same. I made a break for it, Ulean whipping along behind me, pushing me forward. With a shout, my followers picked up the pace as their boots drummed a tattoo of running steps. On the other side of the road, I assessed my best option. No way in hell could I go up to my room—they could easily break through the flimsy lock. Favonis was my best bet.

I tossed the bag of food to the side and fumbled for my key, but even as I hit the shadows surrounding my car, a noise cut through the night behind me—a sharp scream, choked off before it barely began. I whirled, only to see Snarly Dude turning tail to race back across the street into the light. He slipped once on a spot of black ice, righted himself, then disappeared into a truck and squealed out of the parking lot.

Blurb for NIGHT MYST

To save both her beloved Grieve and her friend Kaylin —whose demon is waking—Cicely must journey into the heart of the Indigo Court. But even as Cicely gathers strength, old alliances are breaking faith. And new allies, like the hedonistic vampire Lannan Altos , promise to take Cicely down a far darker path than she's ever travelled before. Now, the Vampiric Fae are on the move, hunting anyone in their path.

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As the war with the vampires ratchets up, Myst, Queen of the Indigo Court, enshrouds New Forest in her chilling grasp. Their reunion has lost them the allegiance of the Summer Queen —and the tolerance of the vampires. In desperation they turn to the Consortium for help. Now, to regain the good will of Lainule , they must dare to enter the heart of Myst's realm. But as Cicely and Grieve embark on their search for the heartstone of Summer , Winter is already wreaking her terrifying revenge.

Now, even with Myst, the Queen of the Indigo Court, temporarily out of action, the new Queens of the Golden Wood find themselves facing incredible danger Destined to become the Fae Queens of Winter and Summer, Wind Witch Cicely and her cousin, Rhiannon , are eager to assume their roles and marry the loves of their lives. But while Myst hides in the shadows, seeking to regroup her forces, another danger is lurking closer.

Not satisfied with wreaking havoc on the town, Leo ups the ante by kidnapping Rhiannon. Now, in a final push, Myst returns with a vengeance to bring the Golden Wood forever under the rule of the Indigo Court. Newly crowned Fae Queens Cicely and Rhiannon have embraced their destinies and claimed their thrones. But Myst is rising once more, and now, at the helm of her armies, she begins her final assault on the Golden Wood.

As Fae, vampires, and magic-born alike fall under the tide of blood, Cicely and her friends must discover a way to destroy the spidery queen before they—and their people—face total annihilation. Sign In Don't have an account? Start a Wiki. Contents [ show ]. The Indigo Court holds the city in fear.

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People are vanishing, and strange deaths plague the town. And when she is swept into an unexpected and passionate reunion with Grieve, the Fae prince who taught her how to harness the wind, Cicely finds herself with a fierce and territorial lover. She calls her aunt and learns that a woman was murdered and has left Cicely her magic business. Cicely returns to her home town. Her aunt Heather disappears. He struggles against his nature to help Cicely. Cicely, Rhiannon, and others are determined to rescue Heather and Peyton.

Other than a few places where I got confused about what the author was trying to say, it was an easy and quick read. Cicely is tough yet caring. She could be your worst enemy or your best friend. I really liked her.