Many teachers have a similar experience on the last day before summer vacation: antsy students thrum with excited energy, and watch the hands of the clock move as they tick down to the final bell.
It was the same thrum she felt with Gabriel, after she'd been claimed as his mate.
The thrum of warm energy coursed through her again, and she felt again her destiny was tied with his.
She listened for the familiar thrum of energy over her breathing.
The walk was peaceful, the starry night and thrum of crickets easing her tired mind.
But it was the thrum of magic lingering within her that disturbed her most.
She didn't want to think of him watching her bathe naked; the idea made her body thrum with something she didn't want to feel.
Thrum, Hawaiian Almanac and Annual (Honolulu); Lucien Young, The Real Hawaii (New York, 1899), written by a lieutenant of the " Boston," an ardent defender of Stevens; Liliuokalani, Hawaii's Story (Boston, 1898); C. T.