Alex stared at her, his expression sour.
Lisa stared at her.
Pulling the contents out, she stared at the ultra sound.
Carmen stopped washing the dish in her hand and stared at Mary in mute silence.
She stared up at his face, but he ignored her.
Lisa stared in mute horror.
Carmen caught her breath and stared at him.
She stared at his broad back, testing a hand full of his Jacket gingerly.
Almost all of them stared with naive, childlike curiosity at Pierre's white hat and green swallow-tail coat.
"How old are you?" enquired Zeb, who stared at the yellow eyes as if fascinated.
Prince Vasili stared at her and at Boris questioningly and perplexed.
Alex stared at him.
They all stared in timid bewilderment at the strange, long-haired commander dressed up in feathers and gold.
Sonya stared open-eyed at Natasha, unable to believe her ears.
Lisa stared at Connie.
Carmen stared at her in surprise.
He stared at the picture.
She stared into the early darkness of a thick cloud cover.
The Sawhorse stopped at the same time and stared at the other with its queer protruding eyes, which were mere knots in the log that formed its body.
For a moment she stared at it.
She stared after him.
Dulce stared at her for a moment, as if considering it for the first time.
Carmen stared at her.
Jim's eyes stuck out as much as those of the Sawhorse, and he stared at the creature with his ears erect and his long head drawn back until it rested against his arched neck.
"We'll adjust," she said, and stared down at her plate.
She stared absently at the blanket.
Carmen stared after him.
For a moment he merely stared at her, his expression unreadable.
She stared at the stick.
She jerked her head up and stared at him, letting the nightgown fall loosely around her body.
Felipa stared at the wall, deep in thought for a few minutes.
Katie stared at the potato in her hand.
Dulce stared at her expressionlessly.
Felipa and Alondra both stopped and stared as Dulce snapped at him.
She stared at him for a moment.
A deep furrow ran across his forehead, and standing by a window he stared over his spectacles seeing no one.
This short man nodded to Dolgorukov as to an intimate friend and stared at Prince Andrew with cool intensity, walking straight toward him and evidently expecting him to bow or to step out of his way.
She sat down on the edge of the bed and stared at the floor.
Alex stared down at her with a bewildered expression.
Alex stared at her.
Lisa stared at the bowl, the liquid frozen half way up her throat.
Katie stared at her, hands on hips.
"I didn't know about him until you and I went to Texas," he added when she stared at him stupidly.
Katie stared at her.
Destiny suddenly stopped crying and stared at the door.
Turning, she stared at her figure.
Lisa stared at the phone, her hand on the receiver.
Carmen stared at him, trying to follow his runaway thought train.
He stared at her blankly.
Besides the soldiers who formed the picket line on either side, there were many curious onlookers who, jesting and laughing, stared at their strange foreign enemies.
They rode through the village of Rykonty, past tethered French hussar horses, past sentinels and men who saluted their colonel and stared with curiosity at a Russian uniform, and came out at the other end of the village.
She walked into the den twice and stared at the computer.
As she stared at the caskets she knew she should feel something – should cry.
Besides his height and stoutness, and the strange morose look of suffering in his face and whole figure, the Russians stared at Pierre because they could not make out to what class he could belong.
Carmen stared at him.
She rubbed her legs and stared up at the sky.
Prince Hippolyte stood close to the pretty, pregnant princess, and stared fixedly at her through his eyeglass.
She stared up at him, struggling over her next move.
Josh stared at her.
Lisa swung around and stared at Connie.
Lisa stared at him, fragments of the night before slowly fitting together like a jigsaw puzzle.
She stared up at him in amazement as she absorbed his offhanded invitation.
Carmen stared after her and shook her head.
Some of the men bared their heads, others stared at the new arrivals without doffing their caps.
And he opened his eyes again and stared vacantly into the darkness around him.
The words of formality trailed off as she stared at the room.
For a moment they stared at each other.
For a moment he stared into his coffee.
She stared at him.
Connie stared up at him in amazement.
She stared out the windows at the telephone poles as they approached and sped off in a blur.
She stared at his profile and tried to make her voice cool and commanding.
He jerked his head around and stared at her.
Lisa stared after him; unsure which was more intriguing, the man or the path.
Lisa stared at the floor, consumed by loneliness.
Lisa stared at Allen in disbelief.
She stared at him coldly.
She stared at her shoes, remembering their first kiss by the creek.
He broke through the brush and stared down at her, his expression a mixture of concern and confusion.
She stared down at her hands.
Yancey cleared his throat, and Lisa stared down at her hands.
An armadillo stared at them from a rocky ledge as they passed, and a doe and her fawn darted across the trail not more than a hundred yards ahead, disappearing into the brush.
Lisa stared at his profile.
She sobered and stared down at her hands.
She stared at him, but he didn't look at her.
She stared up at him.
She stared at her glass.
She stared through the window at the trail.
Lisa stared out the window.
Connie stared at her.
She stared at his back.
He stared at Lisa, his expression sullen.
Lisa stared up at him, the blood draining from her face.
Allen stared at her for a minute, as though confused.
She stared at him blankly.
Lisa stared at him, too frightened to move.
Lisa stared at him in amazement.
He stared at her long and hard, his expression intent.
They stared at each other for a moment.
Lisa caught her breath and stared in amazement.
Spencer shoved his hands in his pockets and stared at the ground.
Adrienne opened the refrigerator door and stared inside absently.
Rachel stared at her, obviously confused.
He stared down at her for a moment, his expression unreadable.
She stared out the window at the colorless winter landscape.
Mr. and Mrs. Marsh stared at her for a moment and finally Mr. Marsh spoke.
Mr. Marsh stared at her, his expression unreadable.
Brandon nearly choked on his tea, and Mrs. Marsh stared at her plate, not completely hiding a smile.
She turned her head and stared across the pasture, acutely aware of the warmth of his hand on her leg.
He stared down at his cup and swirled the coffee around absently.
She stared up at him, waiting.
The apartment door opened and Rachel stared out at them.
Adrienne stared at him.
She wrapped her arms around her knees and stared into the dusk.
He stared at her intently.
Adrienne stared at Rachel.
Brandon crammed his hands into his pockets and stared at the floor, obviously in deep thought.
For a moment they both stared at each other in silence.
In her room, she stared blankly at her book.
She stared at Brandon a moment before she spoke.
Brandon stared at the floor.
Adrienne stared at her.
Adrienne stared at Julie, and then at Rachel.
Mrs. Marsh stopped chopping the lettuce and stared at her.
The woman stared at her for a moment.
She rested her chin on her palm, elbow on the table, and stared at him.
He stared at her for a few moments.
He picked the ring up and stared at it absently, rolling it back and forth between his thumb and index finger.
She stared into her cup, not wanting to say anything that would add fuel to the torch she suspected he was carrying for her.
She gasped and stared down at his form in the darkness.
Davis stared at her, too shocked to speak.
She stared at him, fear clutching at her heart.
He tucked his hands in his pockets and stared at his feet.
Bordeaux stared at him.
She stared at him, her face growing warm.
She stared down at him, unable to believe her ears and eyes.
Royce stared at him.
She stared at him, her heart going suddenly still.
She caught her breath and stared up at him.
She stared at him in disbelief.
She stared down at the empty camp.
She jerked her hand away from the sand and stared up at him, a lump forming in her throat.
She stared up at Bordeaux, whose attention was focused on the rock above them.
She stared at his retreating back.
She pulled the buffalo robe over her shoulders and stared at his form in the moonlight.
She stared at the bath water, only mildly aware that it was losing its warmth.
Cassie stared at the ground numbly.
She stared at Darcie, clenching her hands so tight that her fingernails bit into her palms.
Darcie leaned back and stared out the window.
Darcie folded her hands in her lap and stared at them.
Cassie stared at her.
She turned and stared out the window.
Tammy stared at her.
He stared at her.
She stared at him, her insides winding into a tight ball.
Cassie stared at her hands.
He stared down at the cup absently.
She sobered and stared at her hands.
He stared at her for a moment.
He stood and stared down at her.
As the truck came to a halt in front of the house, she stared up at it in awe.
She swung around and stared at him.
She stared into the flames, wondering why none of the windows had curtains, and why so many things were left to gather dust in the attic.
She stared at the kitchen doorway, waiting breathlessly for the person to appear.
He stared at her suspiciously.
He stared at her intently while he chewed a mouthful of food.
She crossed her legs painfully and stared down at her sandwich.
She stared down at her sandwich, shocked that the thought had crossed her mind.
He stared at her and frowned.
She stared at him, shocked by his bitter tone.
She stared at him in surprise.
She stared at him, too surprised to respond immediately.
She stared down into the sink, feeling violated.
His absence sucked the energy from the room and she stared down at the dishwater.
She glanced up as they entered, and then stared.
Cynthia jerked her head around and stared at Claudette.
Claudette stared at her.
Cade wandered across the room and stared out the patio doors, sipping from the coffee mug.
He stared down at his coffee sourly.
She stared at the paper.
Cade was beside her, resting on one elbow – while he stared down at her.
She stared at the fire, shocked by the enormity of what she had done.
She moved away from him and stared down at his relaxed features.
He rubbed his jaw and stared absently at the spot.
He stared at her with a perplexed expression and finally shook his head.
She stared at the door after he left.
He stared out across the field.
Cynthia removed the rag from her face and stared at her friend.
She folded her hands in her lap and stared at them.
She stared down at the seat.
He popped the glove compartment shut and stared at her.
He stared absently out the window and continued.
He nodded and crossed to the window and stared out at the rain.
"God," she said her eyes wide as she stared at Betsy.
She stared at her brother, who seemed unaware of where he was or what he did.
Darian held up his hand and stared at it.
He dropped his hands to his sides and stared at himself.
He disappeared, and she stared at the place where he'd been, wondering why he was so upset with himself.
She stared in the space he'd occupied and looked at the phone.
He stared down at her, and she wondered what else she might have done to piss him off.
Bianca stared, horrified, as the blonde dropped.
Dusty stared hard at the wall.
She stared at him through listless eyes, the gaze of a human awaiting only the final step in the transformation process.
They stared for a long moment then Talon shoved her towards the water.
Jonny stopped in front of him and stared.
Speck stared, and Jenn frowned.
As if noticing him for the first time, Darian stared at Bianca's brother, an odd look crossing his face.
They stared towards a hallway too dark for her to see into.
Damian stared at him.
She stared at him, not sure what to say or think about finding a man chained to her basement wall.
He disappeared, and she stared after him for a long moment before grabbing as many weapons as she could carry and returning to her room.
The vamp stared at Damian.
He sat and stared out the window while nibbling on a piece of cheese from the plate of cheese and crackers on a small table at his side.
She stared at the towering man with red eyes, not sensing him at all.
She stared at him then shook her head and punched again.
Stunned, Sofia stared at her.
She stared at her reflection, caught by something else that didn't seem right.
As she stared, the silver seemed to flare into a deep glow and swirl around her irises like cars around a racetrack.
Sofia hung up and stared at the number on the paper, wondering if Jake had lied to her or if he flat out screwed up the number.
Damian Bylun stared at the phone.
Jake turned and stared at him, dropped an awkward bow, and straightened, his mouth lax.
Moonlight drifted in through a window, and she stared in confusion.
She pulled her arm from his grip and stared at it, twisting it left and right before lowering it.
Heat rose to her face as she stared openly.
Startled, Damian stared at her.
She stared at him and edged around the kitchen island.
She stared at the sunbeams moving across the ceiling, not remembering where she was or how she arrived.
She stared at his chest, afraid again to look up.
She eyed him and then looked to Damian, who stared at her with an intensity she'd last seen aimed at Claire.
She stared at the embroidered tablecloth, tormented by the scent of food she couldn't eat and the visions of death and betrayal that left an acrid taste in her mouth.
The four stared at her.
To Sofia's surprise, Rainy obeyed, though he sat across the room and stared at her.
She stared at him, her surprise the first genuine emotion he'd seen.
She scrambled up and stared at him, terrified.
Two sat down on his bed and stared into the darkness, unable to sleep when she cried.
He hung up, and she stared at the cell then looked to her car.
Panic and tears soon drained her of energy, and she stared listlessly at the bloodied ceiling until the man in the corner stirred.
Sofia stared up at him, not daring to hope he'd help her.
She stopped and stared, throat tightening.
The two brothers stared at each other, and she choked back a sob, joy and horror flying through her.
He stared into Darian's gold eyes, seeking some sign of the man he'd known.
He opened his eyes and stared at her, a tortured look on his face.
She snapped her hand back and stared at him, overwhelmed.
Deidre stared at it.
She pushed open the door with the mirror and stared.
She stared hard at his chest as she struggled with her anger and need.
She stared, not understanding.
She stared at the floor.
She caught sight of her gaze in the mirror again and stared.
Deidre stared at him.
She stared into the hearth.
Deidre stared at him, surprised.
Deidre stared at her.
As she stared out at the deserts of Hell, she figured out what she felt.
Darkyn turned his other side to her, and Deidre stared.
The panicked teen stared pleadingly at Deidre.
Harmony stared at her then at the teen girl.
She bent down and stared at him.
Fitzgerald stared at it for a ten count.
Cynthia, trailing a few steps behind, bumped into him as they stopped and stared at the gaping opening.
she stared at his belly.
She stared at him, trying to understand.
She turned and stared.
Billy Langstrom's body stared out from beneath the overturned Jeep, eyes open, a look of mixed surprise and horror on his young face as he lay in a pool of darkening blood.
"No," he answered as he stared at Billy.
Others turned around and stared at the pair.
When he'd finished, she simply stared at him.
She stared at him, ignoring his humor.
Dean stared at the woman's near crumpled figure.
He stared at Dean.
Dean just stared at her, not knowing how to respond to her matter-of-fact attitude.
The demon lord stared down at her.
His fangs lengthened, and she stared at them, the reality of her situation beginning to sink in.
Deidre stared at him, not remembering him to be as big as he was.
She stared at him and sat up quickly.
Gabriel stared at him.
The death dealer stared at him.
"You didn't, did you?" she stared at him in a cross between dismay and amazement.
She moved once more to the edge of the lake and stared at the souls.
Cora stared at her then out at the lake.
Deidre stared at him as if deciding whether she wanted to be angry or disappointed.
Her attention shifted to her hands, and he stared at her as she focused on moving them.
Death and the Dark One stared at each other, assessing one another.
Deidre stared at her then gave a startled laugh.
Deidre stared with renewed interest at the woman she created.
Her eyes settled on a familiar form, and she stared at him.
They stared at each other.
Heart pounding, she stared at the woman and man before her.
Destiny stared up at her with big gray eyes that questioned her motive.
Destiny drew back, clutching Alex around the neck possessively as she stared at Lori.
He stared at her for a moment before the creases disappeared.
Carmen stared at the track.
She stared after him as he drove away, wondering if he would be home for supper – or if he was going to eat alone.
Shaking her head, she stared at the steering wheel.
Seconds ticked by as she stared at him in shocked silence.
She opened them in front of her face and stared at the blood.
I'll take you to the hospital, She wiped her eyes with her shirtsleeve and stared up at him.
Lori stared at her, a horrified expression on her face.
Carmen stared at her coldly.
Destiny stared up at her.
Jonathan stared at her, obviously confused.
Lori stared at the table and mumbled.
Lori stared at her sullenly.
Carmen stared at her plate.
Carmen stared at the spot, her heart going out to it as if Alex still lay there.
For a minute she stared at the picture, remembering what he had said so long ago about his mother having an affair.
She flipped her phone shut and stared absently at the table.
Carmen stared at her feet.
He stared at the pen in his hand, making no attempt to write.
Destiny stared at him for a minute, her expression unreadable.
He signed a quest of what was making her cry and she stared mutely at him, frantically trying to think of something.
Long after the fire burned down, she stared at the ashes, tears coursing down her cheeks.
For a moment she stared at the dark form of his back.
Alex stared after her thoughtfully and then glanced at Carmen again.
He pursed his lips and stared at the screen.
He opened his eyes and stared at her blankly.
He stared at her, still visibly shaken.
She stared at the old house.
The bear stopped and stared at him, but made no move to run away.
She shoved her hands into her pockets and stared at the bear.
She stared up at him until he glanced down at her.
He stared at her a moment and then his eyes twinkled with humor.
She stared at the charts again.
They sat and stared at each other.
Gabriel stared at her stonily.
He stared back, mirroring her surprise.
Her hand paused as she stared in bewilderment at what sat in the bottom of the bath tub.
She stared at the door.
Seating herself on the bed, she stared at a wall for a long time before pulling herself out of the trance.
She stared at the ceiling.
Deidre stared down at the curious kids gathering around her.
The door opened, and she stared at him.
Deidre stared into the forest where he'd disappeared.
For a long moment, she stared.
Gabriel stared, surprised, then dismayed, at her conditions.
Rhyn stared hard into Gabriel's dark corner and shook his head.
The cry startled those around her, and she glanced back at the kid, who stared in her direction.
The officer stared at her then held up an ID card with the boy's picture.
She set the paper on her lap and stared at it.
She turned and stared at him.
She stared at the walls, wondering who'd had the time to repaint her guest room.
Her cell rang, and she stared at it briefly through bleary eyes.
Katie drew the phone away from her head and stared at it, willing herself to wake up.
Katie set the phone on the table and stared at the kid's drawings on the fridge.
Katie stared at the picture for a long moment, then emptied her pockets on the table.
The death dealer stared at her, much larger in her small living room than he was in the middle of the street.
She swiped the hand away, blinking to clear her gaze as she stared into a fire.
She stared at herself in the mirror, wondering when she'd started looking like a pound dog.
She stared at the back of his head, a chill running through her.
She stared at him, backing out of his reach until the back of her knees hit a chair and she dropped into it.
Any other day, she'd have stared at his hard body and the way his jeans hugged his muscular thighs and the round globes of his backside, or the T-shirt that fit so well.
The four stared at him.
He rose and left, and she stared after him, excited.
She stared at the broken glass before her and then at the men nearing on the ledge.
Its occupant stared back at her with glowing silver eyes.
She stared at the beast across the hall staring at her and soon heard Lankha's snores.
She stared with surprise at the low growl from the darkened cell across from her.
She stared at the silver eyes staring at her, slowly falling into an exhausted, restless slumber.
She stared, knowing no amount of counseling would fix her when this was over.
The robed man didn't fall to her feet unconsciously as she planned but stared at her in surprise.
She napped, paced, and stared up at the ceiling.
She stared at him dumbly until the crowd forced her toward the exit.
She stared in horror and launched forward.
They grew silent as Rhyn entered and stared her down as well.
He stared at her, and she flung the plate at him, furious at his lack of reaction.
He looked her over intently while she stared speechlessly at Jade.
He stared past her.
She flung herself onto her back and stared at the ceiling.
She stared at Rhyn.
Gabriel crossed to the window and stared at where the dark ocean and night sky met in the distance.
She reached the top of the stairs and stared at a similar scene leading past the Arch and all the way up the park toward the city.
Rhyn stared at her still body, uncertain what to do.
Kiki stared, even more stunned.
Kiki ceased pacing and stared at the walls.
She stared at him, astonished.
The woman he assumed was Hannah stared at him, her mouth dropping open.
As the two stared each other down, she wasn.t sure who had the better chance of winning: Gabriel, an Immortal sworn to serve Death, or Darkyn, the leader of all the demons in Hell.
Stunned, she stared up at him.
It stared at her through green eyes, and she frowned, uncertain why the sight of the creature bothered her.
Mercifully, he said nothing, only stood close to her and stared into the same sky.
She stared at him, surprised.
Sasha still stared into the fire.
Hannah stood close to her, and Katie stared at the door, willing their fire to keep the demons at bay.
She stared at the discovery in her hands.
She stared at him hard, recognizing the brown eyes but not the lean face and body.
Gabriel stared at the portal in front of him.
He stared into the dark night, watching the snow fall.
He stared at the ground in front of him, heartsick.
Kris stared at him.
She stared at the blood-colored letters as the snow buried them.
Daniela.s little legs moved fast, and she was across the courtyard while Kris stared toward the room where Rhyn assumed his mate was.
Her eyes flew open, and she stared at the men battling.
Kiera stared at him.
She fell silent and stared at him, her striking, large eyes even larger.
She sat very still on the dark grey bed, her legs folded and hands in her lap, and stared at Evelyn.
On the seventh morning-- if there were such a thing in space-- she lay in bed and stared at the dark grey ceiling.
She stared at a tray of meat for a long moment.
She stopped and stared at the door, then began pacing again.
He stared at her, considering and wary, in a way that made her uncomfortably fevered.
He stared at her with his head cocked, and she judged the words had not translated.
Still he stared until her face grew warm again.
Evelyn stared at the prisoner, then at her, then back.
A'Ran stared at her hard, surprised.
They straightened again and stared at her.
Kiera stared at him, struggling to focus on his face when all she wanted to do was study every inch of his perfect body.
Stone-faced, he stared at it, and her face grew warm at his lack of response.
She stared after him, uncertain what to think.
She stared at the ceiling, enjoying the breeze skating through the windows.
She stared at it, then at him.
Kiera stared, unable to fathom she'd been ejected into the middle of space to die.
Swearing at him, she stared hard at the configuration panels.
Almost unable to believe she'd survived, she stared for a long moment, pushed the door open, and tumbled onto the ground.
Mansr and Leyon both stared at her, and she rubbed her face.
She paused and stared at him, unable to comprehend an entire planet that depended on her.
She stared at him, then at the water.
Kiera lay down in the dark and stared at the ceiling.
She stared at it, as irritated by its unwitting acknowledgment of her housekeeping prowess as she was about having this of all creatures in her house.
Only a few people looked long enough to take in her armband, and she shied away from one who stared at her in alarm.
He led her through the men, who stared at her warily, and down several halls.
Dean stared at the notebook.
Dean caught sight of its bearded driver who stared in the direction of the retreating woman.
They both stared at her.
Edith stared straight ahead, looking as zonked as Gladys was well on her way to becoming.
Dean stared at the lawman, who said nothing.
Dean stared back at him.
He stared the others away while he spoke with her.
Dean stared at him, but was lost for a snippy response.