“I think we will learn to be very good friends. It will be necessary for you to lose the chip on your shoulder first." "I do not have a chip on my shoulder. Okay, maybe a small one where you're concerned. I don't like you.”
“You think realistically, Colby. Do you really think I am going to walk away from the only thing in this world standing between me and the loss of my soul? Standing between me and utter darkness? The monster roars at me every rising. Whispers to me in the middle of the night, calls to me when I hunt, and when I take blood from my prey. I will never give you up. I am taking you with me when I return to my homeland. You will come with me as my lifemate whether you agree or not." "You are such an arrogant savage. Is that the way men in Brazil get their women?" "No, it is the way Carpathian males get their women. The ritual words to bind them are imprinted on them before birth. Once found, he can bind his woman when she refuses to see reason. It is what safeguards our men and keeps our species alive.”
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