Is Val-hall truly the sanctuary Óðinn promises?
Or is it a beautiful trap?
The Monster Chained, the fourth book in The Fenris Series, comes out next month.
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Tiny Sneak Peek at The Monster Chained
I jumped to my feet and grinned at Fenris. He looked damned handsome, half-naked and dripping wet. For a moment I let myself imagine his expression as I opened the door and his longtime lover Týr walked through…
“I should get dressed,” Fenris said. He was looking around the room as if he were assessing places to hide.
“No,” I whispered. “No, don’t! In fact—”
I grabbed the skirts of my wrinkled dress and pulled it over my head. I had to tug a bit to get the bodice to release my breasts; the person on the other side of the door knocked again while I was struggling to free myself from the blue velvet.
“Coming,” I called as I finally tossed the dress over my head.
Fenris stared at me with wide eyes. “Sol..?”
I smiled at him, then turned toward the door, totally naked. Maybe I could manage to surprise Týr again, and to show him how very welcome he was in this strange, frustrating place. I bit my lip, rocked forward on the balls of my feet, and reached for the door handle. I’ll invite him in, I decided, as the door swung open on its hinges. And then I’ll say—
My thoughts froze.
Standing in the hallway outside our room was the tall man with flaming red hair. The Lie-smith.
Fenris’s father, Loki.
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