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By Lynn Viehl

Evening after evening, Jema Shaw's desires became a haven for Thierry Durand. yet his nocturnal visits have positioned her at risk and taken her among old enemies: the Brethren and the Darkyn.

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He could see his faint reflection in the window, his dark hair hanging past his collar; his skin, which had acquired a yellowish cast from spending too many hours indoors; the short beard he kept meaning to shave away but couldn’t bring himself to do more than trim. I look like I’m on the edge, he realized. The way I used to when Alex and I were living on the streets. John had turned his back on everything he had learned during his childhood to better himself. Now he was slowly reverting back to what he had once been.

Thierry tried to explain it away. Many women in Chicago could be named Jema. A dozen? A hundred? A thousand? He knew only one. Jema was the name of the woman he sought. A name had been listed in the list of people interviewed in Cyprien’s file. Jema Shaw, an anthropologist who worked at the Shaw Museum, the same place the girl had been employed at night. This Jema Shaw was also the only daughter of James Shaw, the founder of the museum. She might know someone or something that could help him find the men responsible.

He knew only one. Jema was the name of the woman he sought. A name had been listed in the list of people interviewed in Cyprien’s file. Jema Shaw, an anthropologist who worked at the Shaw Museum, the same place the girl had been employed at night. This Jema Shaw was also the only daughter of James Shaw, the founder of the museum. She might know someone or something that could help him find the men responsible. He could not tell if his little cat was the same Jema. There were no photographs of her.

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