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Pagan wasn't shallow. Father was gone, leaving me standing in the darkness alone once more. He was no help. Needing her love wasn't something he would ever understand. My parent's relationship had absolutely nothing to do with love. Why was I so different from them? Lifting my eyes back to the direction of Pagan's house I waited for him to leave. I would not let Death leave with her soul. I had to do something to protect her without alerting him. But what? I could feel her anxiety as she stood there.

This was a good sign. At least she was coming to me because I was still unsure how to approach her again. Stepping out into the hallway, my joy at having her waiting to speak with me was diminished by the fact Death stood somewhere nearby. I couldn't see him but I could feel his icy cold presence. As much as I wanted to make this easy on her I knew I couldn't. Death knew I wasn't human. I didn't want to alert him to my true intentions.

I leaned against the wall and crossed my arms. She nibbled her bottom lip nervously. Death moved closer to us and I fought back the cringe that crawled over me at his nearness. I did sign up to tutor for extra credit and I shouldn't have treated you the way I did," she paused and stared up at me with an anxious expression.

I wanted to ease her mind but I couldn't. Not here. Not with him watching and listening. I would do whatever she allowed just to be close to her. But Dankmar was near. I kept the bored expression on my face and pretended to be thinking her offer over. When it looked like she might bolt, I replied, "Are you offering because of Mr. Did he make you do this? One day soon I'd be able to reach out and smooth it away with my fingertips,,, or lips.

I was wrong and, honestly, I don't even know you well enough to form an opinion of you. I'm offering to help because you need it. That's what I signed up for and that's why I'm here now. Even though that should worry me, it didn't. The simple admission made me smile. I couldn't help but laugh. I'll see you later. Leaving her alone with Dankmar so close by bothered me. But he didn't need to know I sensed him just like he didn't need to know, I intended to take Pagan's soul before he could.

After all, her soul was mine. Death was talking to her - Leif "Dat's good son. Da gurl is right dare witin yor reach. Don worry bout de Death. De gurl's soul don mean notin to him. His top hat was cocked back on his head, which meant he'd been drinking heavily and was in a very good mood. I don't want to get on her bad side tonight.

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She isn't a fan of me yet. I was going to make sure of it. You don 'ave time for anytin else. Dankmar is close on her heels. He was right of course.

I had to find a way into Pagan's heart and fast. Pagan opened the door almost immediately. The look on her face wasn't promising.

I'd pissed her off again. Flashing her my most sincere smile I began apologizing. I feel bad you're having to work around my schedule. I know seven is late and, well, I'm sorry. She was beautiful. Go ahead and sit at the table and I'll get us something to drink. Do you like root beer? I followed her inside.

I wasn't sure I'd ever had a root beer but that admission would sound odd. Her living room wasn't new to me. I'd been here so many times before. Watching over her. Consoling her.

Now, she was helping me. This time she would remember my being here. Just knowing that what we had would finally be real to her was exciting. When she walked back into the room I decided to ease the nervous tension surrounding us. This should be easy. I have one week before the first speech is due and it needs to be on something I feel strongly about.

That was a loaded word. One I knew a lot about. She rolled her eyes, "You know, something you feel strongly about. Like your purpose or platform.

Let's think of something I'm passionate about. I decided I'd throw her little know-it-all ideas for a loop. It was all I could do to keep from laughing out loud.

I'd just surprised the hell out of her. She wanted an explanation. Good thing I had one. I'd given up hope that I would get a family by the time I turned nine because most people want babies.

I was given a chance most nine year old foster kids only dream of. I, uh, can see why this would be an important topic for you. I hadn't meant to make her sad. I'd just wanted to redeem myself somehow. She thought so little of me already.

I thought maybe you missed the happy ending. It's just, well, I wasn't expecting that. You kind of surprised me. You sure have put a lot of thought into someone you don't like very much. If I could show her I wasn't the guy she thought I was then I had hope that she'd love me back someday.

Preferably soon. From the way her eyes followed me down the hall and studied me from across the cafeteria, I knew her feelings toward me were changing. Our nights spent studying were now easy.

We talked and laughed with none of the awkwardness that I'd been faced with in the beginning. She wasn't nervous around me anymore. My only problem was the fact Death was still watching her. I could feel her gaze on me as she walked down the hallway. She wanted me to turn and look at her. The attraction was like a tingling sensation running through my body.

But I couldn't. Death was near her. He was the cold barrier keeping me from saying anything to her or even meeting her gaze. He'd see me and study me too closely. I didn't want him to realize the soulless being that he was obviously dismissing was more than he assumed. I wasn't one of Hell's many servants. I was the Prince of Voodoo.

Dankmar didn't need to realize that too soon. It would mess up everything. He spoke ,,, and Pagan heard him. Could she see Death too? I knew my claim on her soul allowed her to see lost souls but could it also let her see Death as well? Listening to the guys around me talking about Friday night's game was impossible.

I needed to hear what he was saying. Why was Dankmar talking to a soul?

What could he possibly have to say to her? He was here to take her, or at least try to. This was not normal.

I needed to speak to my father. He would understand this. I tuned out everyone around me but Pagan. I couldn't see Dankmar. I could only feel him. I also couldn't hear him. But she could. She was speaking to him. What did that mean? Dammit I needed to hear what he was saying too. Slowly she turned her head to look at him. He must be beside her. I still could only see her. But she was studying him closely. Was her time drawing near and he was letting her know? Didn't he normally just do that with children?

Why would he be giving her a heads-up? Ghede would advise against making a scene," Kendra's icy tone reminded me to speak with Father again about getting rid of her. She wasn't helping things. She'd grown attached to me. That had never been the plan. If she didn't step out of my way I would remove her myself.

Was Death attractive? I've heard he has the bluest eyes ever created and thick black hair that is slightly too long. His smile is always cocky and his body is built for-" "Okay that's enough. I don't want to hear anymore of your bullshit. He can't be sexy.

Why was I dreaming about snippets from my childhood and why was I just now realizing that the same boy helped me out in each of my traumatic experiences? I had forgotten about that day at the festival, getting lost. But it had happened. I remembered it now. And that boy Why was he so familiar? My bedroom door opened softly and my concerns vanished at the sight of Dank stepping inside my room. He'd started using my door instead of just appearing out of nowhere and scaring the bejesus out of me.

It was a small request that he always tried to honor. Even now, I wanted to sigh and bask in the warmth it sent through me. I stood up and closed the short distance between us. Stopping right in front of him I placed both hands on his chest and smiled up into his startling blue eyes. You know that. I didn't like making him frown.

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But unfortunately with my exboyfriend suddenly missing my mother was blaming it on me breaking up with him for another guy. It isn't like I can tell her the truth.

She'd think I was insane for real this time and I'd never be let out of the mental house. This isn't your fault. Besides we both know I don't need food. Her pancakes just smell incredible. Then other times it annoys me to no end. His blue eyes still held a trace of the glow that ignited in them when he took a soul at the body's time of death. I wrapped my arms around his neck trying very hard to keep the serious expression on my face.

When he was this close it was hard to think coherently. All I know is he has no soul. That's the only thing I know for certain. I expected more from you than that. When did my girl go all underhanded on me I don't like for you to pout. I'll be outside in twenty minutes to pick you up," he whispered in my ear before kissing my temple and standing me up.

I put my hands on my hips to argue but he vanished before I could get a word out.

With an annoyed humph, I headed to the bathroom to get ready. She'd obviously went out of her way to make a nice hot meal for me to start my day and all I had time for was to grab a pancake and eat it on my way out to Dank's Jeep.

I overslept. Thank you for this," I said leaning in to kiss her cheek before picking up my book bag off the kitchen table. Put the left overs in the fridge and we'll heat them up in the microwave in the morning and enjoy them together. Dangit, she knew how to make me feel bad. Pulling out a chair, I sat down knowing I'd be jumping right back up in less than three minutes but I wanted to make her happy and I wanted to ask her about my dream.

I hoped my forehead didn't wrinkle like that when I got older. Other than the forehead thing though, I wouldn't mind looking like my mother at her age. The short pageboy haircut made her dark hair look shiny and her legs were hot for an old woman.

I think so. Yes, the time I had my hands full of books and you were supposed to be holding onto my skirt.

God, that was terrifying. I remember the moment I realized your grip was gone and then I turned around and you weren't there. My heart stopped. You probably shaved five years of my life off that day. Mom's dark brown eyes peeped over the rim of her coffee cup as she took a sip. I wanted to ask more but the frown on her face stopped me. Her attention was fixed over my shoulder at the window. Dank was here. I hated her thinking my relationship with him had something to do with Leif disappearing.

The fact was I'd never got a chance to break up with Leif.

He'd vanished before I could. But telling her that would make things even worse. If I didn't know that Leif wasn't human then I'd be worried too but I knew the truth. Love ya," I called out heading for the door.

I didn't want to listen to her lecture me on being more concerned about the fact Leif had run away. My hand reached out and gripped the cold iron railing. I knew that voice. Lifting my eyes to meet his I shook my head to clear it. The blue color in Dank's eyes went from their normal brilliant blue to flickering orbs. Death wasn't supposed to fear anything; yet I could see it in every crease of his frown.

The fact that his eyes looked like blue flames meant something. Dank pulled me up against him tightly, "Come on, we're going. Nothing that I can't fix," he assured me and pressed his forehead to mine. I've got this. Remember what I told you. What Death protects can't be harmed and baby," the pad of his thumb caressed my cheek, "you're the only thing I protect. He always gave me a sexy smirk when I shivered.

In my ear. Like when you talk to me but you're far away. No thing gets that close to you. I sure hoped he wasn't so otherwise occupied that he wasn't paying attention to what my mother was doing. If she was looking out the window just now then things could get complicated. I didn't ask how he knew what I was thinking. I was used to this by now. I couldn't worry about anything without him knowing.

He was obsessed with fixing all my problems. Normally that would frustrate me but right now with the problems I had looming I needed him. Right now it wasn't amusing. At all. His left hand tightened on the steering wheel as he reached over and rested his hand on my thigh.

I didn't see anything but I felt it. The moment you froze, I felt it. It isn't a soul. It isn't a deity. It is nothing that I'm familiar with but that leaves only a few things it can be.

And I promise you Pagan that not one of those things is a match for me. So stop worrying. I'm Death, baby. Remember that. I smiled down at his hands as he flipped it over and clasped mine in his. I liked knowing he missed me. Chapter Two When Dank pulled into the parking lot of the school, I did my daily check for Leif's truck.

And just as the days before it was missing from his spot. Instead of someone taking the coveted parking slip of the most popular guy at school it remained empty.

It was as if they were all waiting. The last time I'd seen Leif was the day I'd thought Dank was lost to me forever.

Gee, a transporter who was trying to kill my body and force Death's hand, yet oddly enough became my friend, had managed to get my soul out of my body without Death's help. Problem was, it was too late. Death had already broken the rules and he had to pay for it. I was left with the decision to either become a lost wandering soul or get back in my body and live. Even though the only guy I'd ever love was burning in Hell like a fallen angel for not doing his job when it was time to take my life.

Gee explained that Dank would be tormented even more in the pits of Hell if he knew I was a lost soul. He'd want to know that I lived. That his sacrifice was for something. I'd do anything to ease his pain. I got back in my body that morning and chose life. For him. Then he'd been at school that morning and I hadn't even taken a moment to speak to Leif and explain.

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I'd just run to Dank. After Dank explained everything and then laid the whopper on me that Leif wasn't human we'd gone to find him. But Leif Montgomery was missing. That was a month ago. He could hear my fears. There was no reason to explain my sudden mood change.

I know you say Leif has no soul but I know Leif. I've spent time with him. He isn't evil. He's incredibly sweet.My mother is a writer. I'd do anything to ease his pain. She shrugged. I started to take a step forward when Gee grabbed my arm and pulled me back with a hard tug. Now get up right this minute" "I'm awake.

He would understand this. Do you think he's going to hook back up with Kendra this year? The awe in her voice was obvious. He hadn't even glanced over at me. Wild Child Publishing.

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