Author: Jane Blythe

Week 61 – Buried alive in the stifling heat

Revenge was sweet, but not sweet enough. It wasn’t enough to make his brother suffer over and over again. That didn’t bring Alayna back and that was all he really wanted. But since he couldn’t have that Mekhi was going

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Week 60 – Superhero

  Mekhi had never before in his life seen so much blood pouring out of one person. Or maybe he had. But he hadn’t cared about any of those people. They had simply been entertainment. But this, this, was Alayna,

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Week 59 – I suggest you sit

The pain in her stomach was excruciating. The only thing stopping her from passing out was fear for Mekhi. His crazy brother, Damian, had attacked him while they had been in the shower. They had been kissing, on the brink

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Week 58 – Cross stitch or blanket stitch?

Something was wrong. He knew it, he just couldn’t figure out what. Where was Alayna? That was Mekhi’s only concern. He didn’t care about himself, he didn’t care about anything, so long as she was safe that was all that

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Week 57 – Do you need help?

Those dark eyes, blacker than black. Alayna couldn’t resist staring into them. She shouldn’t, she knew that, he was dangerous, and he wouldn’t hesitate to hurt her if she made him angry. And yet . . . he was Mekhi.

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