Storm Front (The Dresden Files, Book 1) by Jim Butcher

By Jim Butcher

For Harry Dresden, Chicago's basically specialist wizard, company, to place it mildly, stinks. So whilst the police carry him in to refer to on a grisly double homicide dedicated with black magic, Harry's seeing buck symptoms. yet the place there's black magic, there's a black mage at the back of it. And now that mage understands Harry's identify.

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Had I just agreed to a date? Or an interrogation session? “Probably both,” I muttered. Mac slapped my steak sandwich and fries down in front of me. I put down some money, morosely, and he made change. “She’s going to do nothing but try to trick information out of me that I shouldn’t be giving her, Mac,” I said. “Ungh,” Mac agreed. ” STORM FRONT 55 Mac shrugged. “She’s pretty,” I said. “Smart. ” “Hngh,” Mac snorted. “Well. ” Mac smiled a bit, mollified. “Still. It’s going to make trouble for me. ” I picked up my sandwich, and sighed.

Um. ” I said, carefully. ” “No,” Susan said, with a smile. “That was the answer I tricked out of you, so you’re stuck, there. ” “Oh. Yes,” I said. “Super,” she repeated, and kissed me on the cheek once more as she stood up and gathered her purse. ” She drew back and quirked her smirky little smile at me. It was a killer look, sultry and appealing. “I’ll be there. ” She turned and walked out. I sort of turned to stare after her. My jaw slid off the bar as I did and landed on the floor. Had I just agreed to a date?

One of the things that appealed to me about her was that even though she used her charm and femininity relentlessly in pursuit of her stories, she had no concept of just how attractive she really was—I had seen that when I looked within her last year. ” Her eyes narrowed a bit further. ” she accused. I took a sip of my ale and beckoned Mac to pour her one as well. He did. ” “Most men are off-balance by now,” she complained. ” “I am pure of heart and mind,” I told her. ” She stared at me in frustration for a moment.

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