Past-death sentence example

  • Past-Death pushed Deidre towards him.
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  • It took me too long to find Past-Death's soul.
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  • You know Past-Death will stop at nothing to get what she wants, Darkyn said.
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  • You won't be leaving here after your deal is up with Past-Death.
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  • In two days your deal with Past-Death is up.
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  • Past-Death's smile was puzzled.
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  • Past-Death's smile faded.
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  • Past-Death was pensive.
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  • Past-Death's words were barely audible.
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  • Past-Death waited for her to say more.
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  • Deidre heard the pain in Past-Death's voice and felt sorry for her.
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  • Deidre stepped through just as Past-Death did.
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  • Past-Death had frozen.
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  • Past-Death managed to stand.
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  • She held out a hand to Past-Death.
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  • So did Past-Death.
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  • As past-Death, I'm sure you remember.
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  • When he didn't, past-Death stepped onto the dais.
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  • You raised past-Death.
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  • You are past-Death and … Deidre?
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  • She looked like past-Death.
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  • Show me the deals past-Death and my mate made with the Dark One within the past year.
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  • One he'd seen before – that of past-Death and past-Dark One agreeing on a deal that resulted in raising Wynn from the dead.
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  • The mating laws from the time-before-time were absolute, but what if Darkyn and Gabriel made their own private deal to return the human Gabriel loved and abandon past-Death to the hands of the Dark One?
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  • Past-Death began walking again.
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  • He wanted to condemn the horrible things past-Death had done that resulted in an innocent human being thrown to the Dark One.
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  • She may not, but Darkyn … what would he do to get the soul of past-Death?
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  • It wasn't like past-Death to leave something a mess.
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  • His thoughts went to the door in the corner of past-Death's bedroom in the underworld.
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  • He heard how to bring an Immortal back from the dead-dead from past-Death but never saw it done.
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  • Past-Death's cold smile did not reach her eyes.
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  • We have one other small matter between us, but" past-Death smiled again "I don't lose.
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  • Was it true what past-Death said about Gabriel?
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  • The other for Darkyn, past-Death said.
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  • Past-Death's eyes narrowed.
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  • Past-Death appeared surprised.
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  • You are nothing, past-Death shouted.
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  • Suddenly, Past-Death's words about how Deidre became Gabriel's mate clicked.
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  • If Past-Death was dead again, was Deidre next in line to be Gabriel's mate?
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  • Past-Death snatched Deidre's arm and yanked her to the side for him to see the tattoo.
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  • Deidre saw the look on his face, the same one Past-Death gave her when admiring the product she created.
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  • In a week, when Past-Death lost her end of the bet, Deidre would be free.
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  • Would he be able to, if he thought the goddess Past-Death was his mate?
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  • Gabriel and Past-Death had a relationship that spanned thousands of years.
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  • When the sand runs out, your deal with Past-Death is finished.
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  • Zamon's conversation with her about Darkyn tricking his predecessor left her feeling like she walked into a trap when she made the deal with Past-Death.
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  • When you win your deal with Past-Death, there's no requirement for her to be rendered dead-dead at the end of the week.
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  • She didn't believe that her bet with Past-Death wouldn't make a difference.
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  • If Past-Death being dead had rendered Deidre the mate of Gabriel, why wouldn't it work again, once Deidre won their deal?
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  • When the sand ran out, she'd have no Darkyn tattoo, no demon fangs, no Past-Death standing between her and Gabriel.
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  • Fate wanted Past-Death dead.
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  • Past-Death claims to – stop!
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  • Past-Death almost killed me and you trick me into coming here.
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  • She wanted to ask him more, like what happened when her bet with Past-Death was up.
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  • Past-Death told me how she made me in her image to trick the laws into making me Gabriel's mate.
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  • I lost you in both, too, once by the choice of Past-Death and once by my own.
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  • There's a deal on the table, she explained, mind on Past-Death.
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  • Past-Death's soul, Deidre continued.
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  • Or stripping Past-Death's power.
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  • I offered Wynn and Past-Death deals for your safety.
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  • Darkyn brought Past-Death back, fulfilling their mystery-deal, and you were at the mercy of Darkyn, Gabriel finished for her.
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  • Deidre had a reason to despise Past-Death but Gabriel … he was too good for such an emotion.
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  • Past-Death said Darkyn kept Wynn, and the birdie told me awhile ago the reason I think he did.
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  • You'll forgive Past-Death for hurting you.
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  • Even demons feared Past-Death; she'd ride on the small woman's reputation.
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  • The entirety of his history with Past-Death unfolded before her, from the moment Past-Death discovered the seventeen-year-old Gabriel, the lone survivor of demon attacks led by Darkyn.
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  • Past-Death adopted Gabriel, trained him, turned him into a killing machine, her top assassin and lover.
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  • Deidre couldn't help staring at Past-Death in the history.
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  • Deidre watched their history and their love grow then become stale, not because of what they felt, but because of the steps Past-Death began taking to ensure she never lost him.
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  • By the end of the chain of events that led to Past-Death's rebirth in Hell, Deidre was near tears, hating herself and the woman who destroyed the worlds of all three of them.
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  • Who was Past-Death to create a new life simply to discard it?
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  • She couldn't bring herself to see what happened when Past-Death returned to the mortal world five days before.
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  • From what she saw, Past-Death and Wynn were supposed to make sure of that.
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  • Past-Death offered him a private deal before she died-dead and before my retirement.
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  • Past-Death's features were pale, her blond hair pulled back into a ponytail.
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  • Past-Death gave a startled laugh.
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  • So jealous, Past-Death added.
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  • Seeing Past-Death's desperation made Deidre realize Rhyn was right.
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  • She shook her head in response to Past-Death.
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  • Darkyn said even if she won, Past-Death could live an eternity.
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  • She never expected Past-Death to seek her out.
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  • The image of Past-Death wouldn't leave her mind.
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  • Like when Past-Death summoned her.
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  • Past-Death didn't look in any better shape than when Deidre saw her last.
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  • Alerted by Past-Death's sudden tension, Deidre turned and took Selyn's arm.
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  • Two people stood between Past-Death and the yellow portal leading back to the human world.
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  • Past-Death demanded of Harmony.
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  • Harmony punched Past-Death hard.
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  • She snatched Past-Death's arm and hauled her closer to Deidre.
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  • Seeing Past-Death, it was hard to remember that the human with the mussed hair and tear-reddened eyes had spent thousands of years cultivating deals.
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  • Harmony couldn't know that Past-Death's soul was destined for Hell in a matter of days, or more specifically, to Deidre herself.
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  • Darkyn had bargained with Gabriel for Harmony, and Past-Death just sealed the deal for her soul.
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  • Right now, no part of her was willing to protect Harmony's soul from Darkyn the way she planned to Past-Death's.
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  • Deidre stared at Past-Death, wondering why the former goddess was trying to help the daughter of the Dark One that meant to crush her.
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  • Whatever Past-Death's reasoning, Deidre was grateful.
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  • She was about to demand to know where the girl was sent when Past-Death's words jarred her.
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  • Little Deidre was going to have a rough go in Hell, especially when she discovered what it meant to have the Dark One as a mate, while past-Death was going to find herself unprepared for the mortal world.
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  • Past-Death didn't recognize the threat before her, not yet.
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  • Past-Death hadn't felt the sting of reality that Wynn learned the hard way his second time around.
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  • I assume you know the terms, since it was sealed with your power, past-Death said firmly.
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  • Past-Death was far too arrogant for his comfort.
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  • Darkyn wanted more than for past-Death to lose her bet; he intended to guarantee she never again became the threat she was.
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  • Past-Death was quiet, considering Wynn then Darkyn.
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  • Past-Death was visibly torn, her eyes changing colors faster and faster as she thought.
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  • He watched as past-Death disappeared through the only way out of Hell for regular Immortals like him.
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  • There was only one creature in any world that deserved to suffer from a blood-bond, and that was past-Death.
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  • Past-Death, the original Deidre, felt no different until she stepped into the apartment she visited once before leaving her underworld in the hands of Gabriel.
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  • Past-Death didn't remember why exactly, but the rule was that Death could not be a responsible collector of souls if it did not appreciate what it was to have a soul.
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  • If not for Gabriel, past-Death had no reason to want to try to leave the simple existence of a soul.
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  • Past-Death stood before the wardrobe, considering what human-Deidre would do in her place.
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  • You are past-Death and … Deidre?
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  • She had the haughty edge of past-Death.
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  • One he'd seen before – that of past-Death and past-Dark One agreeing on a deal that resulted in raising Wynn from the dead.
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  • More importantly, what was the deal that brought past-Death back to life?
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  • Past-Death slept fitfully.
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  • What condition Darkyn's mate was in was not something past-Death wanted to think about.
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  • Darkyn brought past-Death back, fulfilling their mystery-deal, and you were at the mercy of Darkyn, Gabriel finished.
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  • He began to think this was a shape-shifter demon, like he originally thought about past-Death when she suddenly appeared.
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  • He'd left it in a jewelry box in the bedroom he'd shared with past-Death.
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  • He suspected there was much more to past-Death's story but never expected to discover the human was alive and well in Hell.
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  • She may not, but Darkyn … what would he do to get the soul of past-Death?
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  • He would've gutted past-Death earlier if so.
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  • His predecessor, referred to as past-Death by his collectors, made exactly two mistakes, the second of which landed Gabriel his new gig ruling the underworld.
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  • Though he never felt that way sleeping with past-Death, he valued trusting the woman in his bed over potential rejection.
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  • He didn't look forward to meeting the deity past-Death considered viler than the Dark One.
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  • Past-Death had only played nice with those she needed something from.
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  • Past-Death would've figured it out.
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  • Which past-Death probably knew, meaning any secrets she hid were within.
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  • The fact Fate wanted him to made him more determined, for past-Death was always in some sort of ugly struggle against Fate.
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  • He only had one ex-girlfriend, past-Death, and she was presumed dead.
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  • Though he didn't know what connection past-Death had to some human, he trusted Rhyn above everyone.
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  • Some reminder of past-Death, a sign she cared for him, a hint at the connection between this Logan and the woman Gabriel knew.
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  • Past-Death took him to her bed most nights for thousands of years, and he'd never woken this sated and centered.
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  • The name past-Death adopted when she took on a human form in her underworld before she quit.
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  • Her words touched him on a level he didn't expect, one he thought was dead, destroyed by past-Death.
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  • I'm sure you wouldn't dream of charging past-Death.
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  • He'd talked Rhyn off the ledge a million times then defied past-Death to protect Katie.
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  • Past-Death and Fate had been at each other's throats for as long as Gabe could remember.
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  • He'd never met the enigmatic deity, but he'd heard past-Death go off about this man after every interaction.
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  • He should've known he'd end up liking someone past-Death hated.
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  • I'm not the talker past-Death was.
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  • Show me this personal debt between past-Death and Darkyn.
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  • If past-Death and Darkyn made any kind of deal, the Oracle would have record of it.
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  • While he had to fulfill the debt past-Death incurred, Gabriel at least might postpone it until he had time to warn Rhyn.
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  • Not even the bitch that was past-Death.
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  • Past-Death wanted this soul found, and Darkyn's searches the past few years yielded nothing.
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  • Darkyn had no tolerance for failure, especially not after past-Death interfered in his attempt to capture Rhyn's mate.
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  • Past-Death took Kris, Gabe summarized.
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  • While not surprised past-Death had taken this man to her bed as well, Gabe was surprised he'd folded so quickly to Darkyn's offer of spying in return for a guaranteed trip to the underworld.
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  • He saw past-Death handle traitors but never expected he'd have one in his midst, a few months on the job.
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  • Whoever had the soul of past-Death, had immeasurable bargaining power.
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  • If Darkyn wants it, it's gotta be past-Death.
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  • They both knew past-Death wouldn't let anyone place her in a compromising position.
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  • Fate was both vengeful and impassioned in his treatment of past-Deidre, and Gabe sorted through the tangled web that marked the tumultuous relationship between Fate and past-Death.
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  • What past-Death and the Code had been to him - the one-way relationship they'd forced upon him – would not survive the day.
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  • It didn't break the triumvirate of laws he was required to follow, though it was likely to put him on the radar of the other deities, who were going to be cautious to trust him after past-Death's antics.
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  • The godling promised to tell Gabriel about he bet that took out past-Death, only when Gabriel was on the right path.
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  • Past-Death was beaten only by acting out of something other than duty.
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  • I admit, I expected a human existence to be a little less boring, past-Death mused.
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  • Past-Death stepped away from her, admiring her like she was a clay pot kilned in the backyard by a bored goddess.
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  • Past-Death turned and drew her hair to the side in one elegant motion.
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  • Past-Death appeared amused by the idea.
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  • Past-Death's chuckle was as warm as her eyes.
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  • Past-Death was going to replace Deidre in Gabriel's life.
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  • The mocking note in past-Death's voice irked Deidre.
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  • Past-Death was going to be brutal to deal with, if Deidre ever got out of Hell.
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  • Past-Death's smugness was back.
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  • If Gabriel didn't see the difference between the two women when past-Death showed up on his doorstep, he deserved a lifetime with this arrogant bitch.
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  • Deities, Ancients and Immortals all have a match, past-Death explained.
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  • It's no small honor, past-Death said.
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  • If Fate looked like a frat boy and past-Death like a sorority girl, the Dark One's youthful human form didn't seem out of place among the deities she met.
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  • Past-Death took Deidre's arm and spun her back to the mirror.
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  • Do you know what happens if you lose a wager to a deity? past-Death challenged.
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