I laughed and threw my arms around his neck. “After all the trouble your mom has gone to, you can at least give her a couple of hours.”
“Three hours tops, then,” he said, his arms going around my waist and pulling me closer.
“And then?” I murmured, my lips brushing his.
“And then,” he said, a contented smile on his lips and love and happiness shining in his bright eyes. “We go find my sister, check that she’s okay, and head on back to that big old house of mine and start making it habitable for the twins.”
“That sounds like a damn fine plan,” I said, and kissed him.
Keri Arthur received a “Perfect 10” from Romance Reviews Today and was nominated for Best Shapeshifter in PNR’s PEARL Awards and in the Best Contemporary Paranormal category of the Romantic Times Reviewers’ Choice Awards. She lives with her husband and daughter in Melbourne, Australia.
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