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Where in London are you headed after this, dear? I'll be staying with them for a couple weeks.
London is a wonderful city. Are you planning to visit Buckingham Palace or Westminster Abbey? Can't visit London without seeing the palace.
As we passed an old church, a flutter of white overhead caught my eye. The flag of St.
George, a red cross on a background of white, flew prominently in the wind, and the uneasiness that had somewhat faded on the plane returned with a vengeance. I had arrived.
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In London. The Order's largest and most influential territory. Though I'd been to the city only once, I could be sure of one thing: I would find no dragons here, or in any of the surrounding towns.
George's presence in the city was huge and obvious. The Order's symbol, the red cross on a white shield, was everywhere throughout London, on signs and churches and building walls.
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Though St. George was the patron saint of England itself, and we shared his flag with the rest of the country, the message to Talon was very clear: It was dangerous for me to be here.
I knew that. The Order was looking for me, and if I was recognized, I'd never make it out of the city. Thankfully, most of St. George's soldiers and armed forces were housed elsewhere, as England's laws on weapons and firearms were very strict. But the Patriarch, the head of the Order itself, ruled from London with the rest of the council and oversaw all of St.
George's activities. If he discovered I was here, I'd have the whole of the Order on my back in a heartbeat.
But he was also the reason I'd come, the reason I was looking for answers. How much did he and the council really know about Talon?
Did they truly not know about the rogues, the dragons who wanted nothing to do with the organization and the war? I couldn't believe they were that ignorant, that they had been ignorant for so long. George knew something, and if the Order was keeping secrets, I needed to find them. I had killed dozens-dragons and humans alike-because the Order told me I was protecting the world.
I owed it to those lives, to all the innocents I might've killed, to discover the truth. At the hotel, I checked in, tossed my single bag on the bed and, even though I'd been traveling for more than ten hours straight, pulled out my burner phone and called the number I had memorized before I left the States. As the phone rang, I checked my watch. It was 6: London time; early, but he knew I would be calling once I'd landed. Still, I counted seven rings before there was a click, and a gruff voice sounded on the other end.
He grunted. I'd lie low if I were you. Though you really shouldn't be here at all. I still think you're insane, Sebastian, coming here while the Order has a price on your head. But if you can't see me, if you think it's too dangerous, you can walk away. The Order literally has eyes everywhere. If they see us together, we're both dead. I'll text you the address now.
My eyes felt heavy, but I needed to stay awake, both for the impending meeting and because the jet lag would kill my internal clock. I wished I had a pistol or even a knife, but smuggling either onto a commercial airline wasn't possible. I'd have to get by without a weapon, for now, anyway.
There was a bolt and a chain on the door; if anyone was going to break into my room to kill me, at least I'd have a little warning. All right, St. I'm here. What haven't you been telling us? And is it going to destroy the last bit of faith I have in the Order's ideals? Will I discover that you are just as soulless and corrupt as Talon?
I almost didn't want to know the answer. I nodded, feeling my muscles tense as we stared at the peeling white door with the gold 14 near the top, hearing sounds of a television through the wood.
My dragon growled and stirred, sensing violence, and I narrowed my eyes.
Riley took a deep breath and raised the pistol he'd kept hidden under his leather jacket. He drove his boot into the wood, kicking it right beside the brass knob, and the door flew open with a crash. I lunged inside, Riley right behind me, sweeping the pistol around the hotel room.
Or so he thought. SlideShare Explore Search You. Submit Search. Successfully reported this slideshow. We use your LinkedIn profile and activity data to personalize ads and to show you more relevant ads. You can change your ad preferences anytime. Upcoming SlideShare. Julie Kagawa was born in Sacramento, California. But nothing exciting really happened to her there.
So, at the age of nine she and her family moved to Hawaii, which she soon discovered was inhabited by large carnivorous insects, colonies of house geckos and frequent hurricanes. She spent much of her time in the ocean, when she wasn't getting chased out of it by reef sharks, jellyfish and the odd eel. To pay the rent, Julie worked in different bookstores over the years, but discovered the managers frowned upon her reading the books she was supposed to be shelving.
So she turned to her other passion: She worked as a professional dog trainer for several years, dodging Chihuahua bites and overly enthusiastic Labradors, until her first book sold and she stopped training to write full-time. Julie now lives in Louisville, Kentucky, where the frequency of shark attacks are at an all-time low.Heat and smoke, fire and gunshots, a woman carrying me to safety, the roar of a dragon in my ears. Will I discover that you are just as soulless and corrupt as Talon?
His own love had died a horrible death, killing any gentler feelings the Winter prince might have had.
I'd had this nightmare before; for years my sleep had been plagued with death and flames and, above all, dragons. His father stood with his back to the fireplace, looking down upon the floor with his blind eyes, his brows drawn moodily together, and the scar of the great wound that he had received at the tournament at York—the wound that had made him blind—showing red across his forehead, as it always did when he was angered or troubled.
Published in: I understood Riley's frustration.