Crimson Rogue by Liz Maverick

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She remembered the first moment she saw him: The demon turning to look at her through the double-sided glass. At first she'd thought he couldn't see her. He hadn't been with the group of demons who first came through, the murderers; he'd stared through the portal into the room. But with the crushed bodies of her coworkers at his feet on the other side of the glass, it was as if he was telling her she was next. She'd lived in fear from that time, fleeing the research lab, the job, living life by the day, dreaming of that night and desperately trying to think of a way to forget.

JB exhaled slowly. "That's not what we thought then. If anything, we thought she'd seen something that made her not want to have anything to do with I-Ops, paranormal research, demon stuff or any of that. " "Do you think it was an act? " JB shook his head with a laugh. "We wouldn't have even known what that was then. But no, I honestly don't think it was an act. " The boss studied JB's face. " "No. I don't even think she told Reston, her old partner. Look, boss, I'm not going to say she was a sweetheart, exactly.

Shit. That looks bad. " Bosco seemed surprised by the sympathy. He and the girl eyed each other for a moment, and then finally he shrugged. "Now, how about that drink? You look like you could use one," he said, tossing a shot glass into the air and deftly catching it. The girl's entire body heaved as she took a deep breath and slowly exhaled. " Bosco poured her a shot and slid it over. "This is the last you'll get without coughing up some green. If you want to pay off your debts in my kitchen, that's good by me.

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