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Undeniably Fated, A Significance Novel, Book 7

Undeniably Fated a SIGNIFICANCE novel

EMBER and TROUBLE

Ember s life has been a series of events leading her to just one fated moment The one moment she s waited for her entire life, when she can finally find the one she s supposed to be with and feel his touch buzz along her skin But when tragedy comes, there s no one to blame and no one to save her, not even her significant.

Or maybe the impossible will become possible. Lando Ember s life has been a series of events leading her to just one fated moment The one moment she s waited for her entire life, when she can finally find the one she s supposed to be with and feel his touch buzz along her skin But when tragedy comes, there s no one to blame and no one to save her, not even her significant. Or maybe the impossible will become possible. Landon has wanted to be a firefighter since he was a kid A. .

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“Landon,” I whispered and leaned in a little because the mowers outside were so loud it was hard to hear. 

He leaned in, too, and put his hand on the bed beside me, his fingers lightly brushing my thigh as he did so. I heard my surprised breath burst forth as I looked down at those fingers as they caressed my sheet-covered leg. 

He lifted my chin, his thumb swiping up and down my lips as his stare bored into mine. It was like he was looking for something, searching my face in a slow caress. And when he found that something, the corner of his lip lifted before he eased into my space and latched his mouth onto mine.

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     When her hair moved and I saw her face, I got a good look at her. Her lips were open a little and pink and glossy with whatever girly stuff she had put on them, her skin was golden tan and smooth, her features fit together like the perfect little puzzle of her family’s genetics of good-looking people, her eyes that looked up at me were so blue, and she was the most stunning human being I’d ever seen.

    I felt like the biggest tool for thinking it, knowing she was in this mess right then, but it didn’t make it any less true.

    “Hey,” I told her softly when our eyes met. Wow, those eyes. She stared up at me, saying nothing, like she expected me to fix everything, right the wrongs of injustice and battle any demons that may come to steal away the light, right then and there. And in that moment, that’s exactly what I wanted to do—that’s exactly what I would have done.

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“I have a feeling,” he took another deep breath, calming, and I’d never felt so smug, “that I have a lot to learn about all this.”

Knowing that it was my bliss that was helping him, my calming touch that was taking his angered veins and wrangling them like vines in a thunder storm under his skin, knowing that only I could be his drug from now on, was making me more than a little blissed out.

“Yeah,” I whispered, “and I can’t wait to show you.”
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The guy who I could only assume was Maggie’s—yep, he was her husband, unless some other person in this family was going for a sly backside feelski, and if that was true, I was coming in to a family with more “problems” than just keeping their secret superhero identities.

Her husband said, “If you have a sarcastic mind, you’re done for.” He grinned at me and then looked down at her, his face changing a little to reveal his affection for her. “She can’t hold back the giggles with the sarcasm. It does her in every time.”

She smacked his arm. “Don’t tell him all my secrets.” She looked at me and shook her head. “Besides, Caleb can hear everything, too, by default through me. And he has no room to talk. He’s the most sarcastic person in here and makes me snort in front of complete strangers on purpose.” The guy laughed loudly at that. “So…” she shrugged, “I’m sorry. We’re a very open family.” 
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