The Rake To Redeem HereBook - 2013
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"She'd gone from agony to numbness, like a recent amputee after the opium took hold. Other than that, she felt...empty, barren as a seashell-dotted beach after a storm had swept it of its treasures, scouring it down to elemental sand." (p. 202)
"'The Republican soldiers herded all the townspeople to the quai beside the river. They marched the priests on to a small boat, locked them below and scuttled the vessel.' He could almost see the rippling surface reflected in the bleakness of her eyes. 'They did it again and again, one boatload of priests and nuns after another. All those holy ones, drowned. I was five years old.' // A child so young, watching that. He put a hand on her shoulder, stricken. 'I'm so sorry.' // 'It was terrible. But it was also wonderful. There was no screaming, no pleas, no panic. Just...serenity. Mama said they went to a secret place in their hearts, where no evil could touch them.' // Like you do now, he thought." (p. 117)
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