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Author:Eve R. Hart [Hart, Eve R.]

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Published: 2019-05-29T16:00:00+00:00

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Iron: A Steel Paragons MC Novel (The Coast: Book 8) by Eve R. Hart

CHAPTER SEVENTEEN

Petra

Just because I didn’t understand emotions, didn’t mean that they didn’t sneak up on me sometimes.

 

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Author:Eve R. Hart [Hart, Eve R.] , Date: July 11, 2019

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Author:Eve R. Hart [Hart, Eve R.]

Language: eng

Format: epub

Published: 2019-05-29T16:00:00+00:00
CHAPTER SEVENTEEN

Petra

Just because I didn’t understand emotions, didn’t mean that they didn’t sneak up on me sometimes.

Like now, I couldn’t tell you how or what I was feeling, I just knew it wasn’t normal. For me, at least.

I might have been in the bedroom but this place was far from soundproof. I wasn’t trying to eavesdrop on the conversation but I didn’t have much of a choice.

Iron’s tone was soft as he delicately told the girl the details of what had happened earlier. There was a long silence that followed and I imagined that she was probably in shock. I figured that was the first thing that people went through when they’d learned that a loved one had died.

I shook my head but I wasn’t sure why.

“Abigail,” I whispered out so quietly it barely registered to my ears.

She wasn’t simply some girl. She was the sister of one of Iron’s men. And if I understood it correctly, it was as if she was part of Iron’s family.

Beyond that, I didn’t know a single thing about her.

Something pinched in my abdomen and I almost… hated… that I had no connection to this girl. I didn’t know what she looked like. Or maybe I did, only I didn’t know a name to go with her face.

I had no clue if she lived here in the city or at the compound. Or perhaps she was only visiting. I wasn’t one hundred percent sure, but I thought that only the men lived here and possibly not all of them. The compound seemed more like a sleep-the-night-off type of place. But then again, I didn’t have the first clue.

I didn’t know because I hadn’t made an effort to find out.

There always seemed to be a bunch of people around whenever I was here. It didn’t matter what time of day it was.

Then an agonizing cry filtered into my ears. It was such a heartbreaking sound that a shiver ran down my spine.

I couldn’t explain why. Nor could I begin to say what the twinge of pain in my heart was.

Sympathy, perhaps.

I’d never known the loss of a brother simply because I didn’t have siblings. So there was no way I could understand what she was going through. Yet, there was a part of me that grew cold as if all the lights had gone out in the dead of winter. It wasn’t like the kind of icy cold that I usually kept wrapped around myself. This didn’t make me feel strong. No, it was the opposite.

I could no longer hear their words because the ringing in my ears was so loud.

I took a deep breath and tried to shake off the strangeness that was surrounding me.

I had a feeling I wouldn’t be leaving this room anytime soon. Iron was the comforting type and I knew he wouldn’t let her go until he felt it was okay. I suspected that would be a while.

I curled up on the bed but I wasn’t tired. And even if I was, I wouldn’t dare let myself sleep.

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