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The tour kicks off with Sherrilyn Kenyon's Death Doesn't Bargain
Series: Deadman's Cross #2
Release Date: May 8th 2018
Publisher: Tor Books
“You’re still answerable to me.”
Those words set fire to her temper and caused her to laugh in his face that he’d dare to say such to her, as if he were her lord and master. “I answer to no man, Patrick Jack. You’d best be getting your head on straight there, boyo. Make no mistake about it. You went out to sea long ago, gallivanting about what with no cares of home, and left me behind to fend for meself. If you wanted to keep me under your boot heel, you shouldn’t have abandoned me in Williamsburg to me own means. So don’t think for one heartbeat that you’re going to come back now and put a saddle on me like some old nag you be owning and left stabled up with your neighbors waiting patiently for your return. Not going to happen, brother dearest.”
“What are you saying?”
“I’m saying what I’m saying. And you’d best be turning your ears to hear every syllable of it.”