Jeremy took Tina with him to the car.
Devin scooped me into his arms. “I am nae going to argue with ye, lass. I know the wolf has heart for ye. Dinnae encourage him and we’ll do fine.”
“I didn’t—I wouldn’t…” I said.
He grumbled and I said, “Put me down, vamp, put me down now.”
“Nae going to happen until I have ye in m’bedroom and in m’bed…” And so he took me vampire speed and set me down in his bed none too gently.
“I dinnae like the way ye let his eyes meet yers. I wouldna have it, lass,” he said.
I reached up and got hold of his neck and pulled him to me. “No…don’t have it. Have this, which he never will.”
Later, much later, Devin said, “Ye will be m’bride, and I trust ye. I will deed the castle to ye, in yer name only, and Allora won’t be able to enter.”
“Yes, I think that is a good idea, but we have a bigger problem than just Allora,” I said, and told him everything Hawkeye had told me about Ramon and the humans in London.
“We have to help,” I said.
“Aye, we will help stop Ramon, but there is something I need to do to keep the Elfin from attacking the Draoidheil.”
“And what is that? For I think we must absolutely help them keep the peace,” I said.
“I’ll tell ye after,” he said, and snuggled my ear, and fondled my breasts as he pulled me on top of him.
“Later?” I eyed him because I knew exactly what he meant.
“Ride me, Bobbie lass, ride me hard,” he said.
“But food…I am starving…”
“Fuck me now and I’ll feed ye later…deal?”
“Oh yeah,” I said, and started a slow pumping waltz.