On it was one soul, that of his brother Kris, who had given up his life to get Katie out of Death's underworld.
I don't suppose you will find a need to raise him or Kris as you did me.
Andre, Kris and Sasha.
Past-Death took Kris, Gabe summarized.
And this is for taking Kris from me!
"I didn't … I don't know a Kris," she stammered.
And Rhyn and Kris and Kiki, Toby said cheerfully.
You made Kris and Gabe trade their souls for Katie and baby's then you quit.
I'm violating Immortal Code by serving you, by locking Rhyn in Hell to keep Kris from killing him.
"His brother Kris will take care of it," she said.
The Council That Was Seven would survive without the three of them: Sasha, who'd sold out long ago; Kris, who needed to die; and him, whom Andre'd kill as soon as he killed Kris.
Kris, death dude's here.
Kris raised an eyebrow and turned to Ully.
"Ully, check the info we got from her," Kris ordered.
Kris waited until the door closed.
Kris asked, the worry lines on his forehead deepening.
"That doesn't make sense," Kris said, and leaned forward.
Kris looked at him hard.
Neither Kris nor Sasha was capable of mercy or empathy.
As the leader of the Council That Was Seven, Kris would be obligated to take the first Ancient mate.
Kris's features clouded, and Gabriel suspected it was because Kris had been with his current lover, Jade, for hundreds of years.
"This isn't good," Kris voiced.
Kris shook his head, his look of disapproval mixed with amusement.
Gabriel liked Kris as much as he'd ever liked anyone despite the bad blood between Kris and his half-brother, Rhyn.