Four Psychos (The Dark Side Book 1) by Kristy Cunning

Four Psychos (The Dark Side Book 1) by Kristy Cunning

Author:Kristy Cunning [Cunning, Kristy]
Language: eng
Format: azw3, epub
Publisher: C.M. Owens
Published: 2017-11-06T05:00:00+00:00

Chapter 14

My eyes move between them a few times before a sick feeling sinks inside me. This mystery guy is Lamar…

“My prince,” Lamar says, choking back emotion as tears start sliding down his face, but he keeps his head bowed.

Manella turns and looks at the numerous guards behind him. “Privacy. Now.”

They all exchange a look.

“When a dark prince tells you to get the hell out, you turn and walk away. You don’t look around for someone with more authority, because it will cost you a trip to hellfire,” he growls.

They all disappear without missing a beat. Manella’s harsh expression crumples, and he turns, grabbing Lamar by the shoulders and lifting him until he can hug him.

“I didn’t do it, my prince,” Lamar says on a choked sob. “I have no reason to.”


“I know,” Manella says, soothing him as he strokes his hair.

I stare, unable to look away, at the clear devotion and genuine concern etched in Manella’s tired and exhausted face, as though he’s lived days in a tortured nightmare.

He kisses the top of Lamar’s head, and pulls back before saying, “Un Bracco.”

The cuffs fall away, and suddenly Lamar is shoving his hands into Manella’s hair, dragging him down to kiss him the most passionately I’ve ever seen anyone kissed.

I turn away to give them privacy, since this feels far more intimate than anything I’ve ever witnessed the guys do. And I’ve seen them do far more scandalous things than simply kiss.

Since I can still feel the comforting presence of the guys, I’m assuming we’re still in hell, even if this side of hell is a lot more glamorous.

When I hear the kiss break, both of them panting for air, I turn around to see their foreheads pressed together, each clinging to the other.

“You have to run,” Manella says, looking over his shoulder before his eyes meet Lamar’s again.

My heart stutters.

“I can’t,” Lamar says with a sad smile. “They’ll believe I’m guilty then.”

Manella shakes his head. “You don’t understand; someone is in my father’s ear right now. Whatever is going on with the three remaining quads in the group has him on high alert. He’s brought all three sets here to stay hidden in the throat, convinced they’ll all be safe. Someone put that idea into his ever maddening head.”

I take a seat, because this just got good.

I can’t wait until the day I can have popcorn for moments like these.

“Which means someone is setting the quads up to die in here. The guards can’t be trusted, if that’s the case, because they’ll be the only ones able to get in there besides the escorts,” Manella goes on, staring Lamar in the eye. “They’ll come for you too. This is an attack on the family.”

Lamar shakes his head, clasping Manella’s hand. “If I run right now, they’ll know you set me free. Lucifer will believe you’re the one behind all this.”

“He already suspects as much. I have no envy and no greed—he knows this when he’s rational. I pointed out it made no sense for you to stab an elder and not ensure his death while wearing your true form.


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