Blood Fury: Black Dagger Legacy by J.R. Ward

Blood Fury: Black Dagger Legacy by J.R. Ward

Author:J.R. Ward [Ward, J.R.]
Language: eng
Format: epub, mobi
ISBN: 9780451475343
Publisher: Random House Publishing Group
Published: 2018-01-09T08:00:00+00:00

As Ruhn pulled the truck over in front of the Commodore’s impressive front entrance, he was thinking about cologne—something that was not on his normal list of musings. Which was the point.

Leaning forward so he could regard the skyscraper’s towering steel-and-glass facade, he found himself finally understanding why people used the stuff. Previously, with no one to impress, the idea that you would deliberately scent yourself with something formulated by a bunch of humans and marketed to great expense seemed a ludicrous exercise in lost wages.

Now? With the prospect of Saxton joining him in this cab?

He wished he had the sophistication to know what was the right cologne and the money to buy it—

One side of the double doors opened and Saxton strode out into the cold, the male’s breath leaving in a puff of white that drifted over his shoulder. He had on that pale brown coat of his and a red scarf knotted and tucked in at his throat. His slacks were navy blue or perhaps black. His hair was thick and shiny, brushed back from his beautiful face. He had a brown satchel in one of his gloved hands.

Before Ruhn could stop himself, he put the truck in park and got out, going around to open the passenger door.

“You are so kind,” Saxton said with a smile as he approached.

Ruhn had to stop himself from leaning in for a kiss. And as if Saxton recognized this, he brushed Ruhn’s forearm as he got inside.

Shutting the door, Ruhn proceeded to resume his position behind the wheel. “Is it warm enough in here for you?”

“It’s perfect.” The male looked over. “How are you?”

An easy-enough question, but those gray eyes were pointed without being demanding. More was being asked, wasn’t it.

Ruhn cleared his throat and then focused on the male’s mouth. All at once, the air became thick and charged.

In a very low, very deep voice, Ruhn answered with the truth: “I am hungry.”

During the daylight hours, he had thought of nothing but their time together, replaying that erotic scene in that kitchen over and over again—until he had had to relieve himself. About a hundred times.

Being attracted to someone of the same sex still seemed strange.

That sex they’d shared had been the most natural thing he had ever done.

“Well,” Saxton murmured. “After our work is done, we’ll have to see if we can take care of that for you. A male must eat, doesn’t he.”


As the promise of orgasms and pleasure and exploration swirled between them, Ruhn put the engine in drive—and prayed this meeting with the human developers did not take long.

“I know where we’re going,” he said.

“As do I,” Saxton chuckled.

Ruhn blushed as he glanced over. “I mean across town.”

“Me, too.” Saxton reached over and squeezed his hand. “I shouldn’t tease you. It’s just that blush. You know.”

“It’s not manly.”

Saxton frowned. “What an odd way to put it.”

“I don’t know what I’m saying. I’m not good with words.”

“You do just fine.” Saxton squeezed again and released his hold.


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