Gorgon by Chloe Garner (Sam and Sam Book 7)
English | 2019 | Fantasy | ePUB | 433 Kb
Gorgon : Samantha has stress just like anyone else. She’s newly married, just started a new job, moved into a new house, and has a new demon trying to destroy her and everyone she cares about. You know. Regular stuff. Just one day at a time. Meanwhile, Sam is adjusting to being a husband with a home and family responsibilities, Jason is coming to grips with the Ranger life without his twin brother for the first time in his life, and a human who has survived from ancient times has just lost her guardian angel. She’s going to learn a lot about who her friends are – and who they aren’t – as she tries to keep it all together. Except the demons. She’s going to explode an awful lot of them.
“They stood, frozen, for a fraction of a second, long enough for both of them to know it was over, and Samantha let Lahn drop. Anadidd’na held her position for a moment longer, then Jason put the dragonsword back in her sheath behind his back. Samantha swished Lahn through the air once, then put her away in the custom sheath underneath her shirt and behind her back.
“Damn, I’m gonna miss that,” Jason said.
“Gee,” Kara said. Jason grinned at her over Samantha’s shoulder.
“Good win,” he said as Kelly launched one final attack at the two of them. Jason grabbed the angel’s wrist and pulled him off balance as he got in range, and Samantha put her hand up, letting Jason drag the poor boy nose-first into the heel of her palm.
“Ow,” Kelly complained from the floor. “No fair.”
“What about it?” Samantha asked.
“You ganged up on me,” he said. “And you hit me.”
He stood, wiping vermillion red angelic blood off his lip with the back of his sleeve.
“You attacked both of us,” Samantha said. “And you did it after the fight was over.”
He looked from one to the other of them as the break in his nose made the tectonic shift back to whole with a nose-wince and a snap. Samantha felt Sam wince and she scolded him playfully.”