Shoes on she tried for the door but Stefan’s body surrounded hers from behind. It was then that she realized that he didn’t have a shirt on, and that her sweatshirt had been removed. She could feel the heat of his body seep into the cold of hers. Cadoc was very close to the front of her body, and he stepped even closer.

“You are safe,” Stefan whispered to her and the heat of his breath sizzled over her nerve endings. Suddenly her fear leeched away as if it had never been.

“You came to us. Let us help you,” Cadoc said and sighed against her, his breath blazing hot and bringing her nipples to throbbing points.

“We won’t let him hurt you,” Nero whispered, as if he were afraid to break the tension surrounding them all. He stepped to her side and she felt like she was on fire. She couldn’t remember what she was doing, or why she wanted to leave these men. Roach had no place here. He had no hold over her in this moment.

“What’s happening?” She couldn’t believe that needy voice came from her but it did. She didn’t sound like she was arguing against it, that she didn’t want it. She sounded as if she was begging for it to continue. She slid her eyes close.

“Shh, little one, we are here.” That was Nero. She could tell by the very softness of his tone.

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