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Regardless of his age and the reason for his presence, he'd only spent one day in a classroom and already he'd fallen for the teacher. In sudden panic, he grabbed his sunglasses from his pocket, slid them quickly onto his nose and glared through their darkened lenses, daring anyone to see through the mirrored reflection to the truth behind. He couldn't be in love. For Gabriel Donner there was no future in loving. His future had ended the day the rope tightened around his neck. And regardless of the fact that he'd been returned intact to the earth on which he'd been born, for him, a future no longer existed.
He couldn't lose face in front of his boys, not for just one man. " one of them sneered, secure from his vantage point in the middle of the gang. Damon shivered as the big man's focus shifted, turning that hidden gaze from himself to the boy who'd spoken. And when a slow smile slid across the biker's face, Damon's belly rolled. "I know who I am, boy. " He took several steps forward and was suddenly nose-to-nose with Damon Tuttle. "I'm no boy," Damon muttered, trying to maintain eye contact with the man, when he felt an urgent need to cut and run instead.
An unborn one, at that! " The hiss that accompanied the accusations sucked the air from Gabe's body. He began to get the message. The voice screamed and spat, shouting obscenities Gabe had never imagined as he absorbed the implications of his situation. I've done it now! I've gone and made the Devil mad! This is too damned scary, even for me. From the way he's spitting and cussing, it seems I don't even belong in Hell. The voice seemed to filter through the skin over his bones, insidious by its very nature, imbuing him with a sensation of scorched flesh and degradation.