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Extrait ajouté par Alienor6 2022-01-14T18:57:08+01:00

“Hey, slow breaths,” Cassia said.

Solara hadn’t realized she was gasping. “Right. Sorry.”

“If you faint among pirates, don’t bother waking up.”

Oh god. That was not helpful.

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Extrait ajouté par Alienor6 2022-01-14T18:55:14+01:00

She’d learned that home was a fluid thing and whether on a planet, a satellite, or a rusted bucket of a ship, this crew was her home.

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Extrait ajouté par Alienor6 2022-01-14T18:54:45+01:00

Doran set it in front of her with a grin that made her want to slap him so hard his grandkids would feel it.

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Extrait ajouté par Alienor6 2022-01-14T18:53:42+01:00

“Scoot over," she whispered.

The mattress shook with his movement.

"A little more," she said.

"If I get any closer to the wall," he hissed, "I'll have to buy it dinner.”

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Extrait ajouté par Alienor6 2022-01-14T18:53:23+01:00

What if nobody picks me? Nothing can be worse than that.

Solara's pulse quickened, and her palms turned cold. She hadn't considered the possibility that no one would want her, but now, as she scanned the servants area, she noticed only two indenture candidates standing with her behind the gates - an elderly man with more hair in his ears than on his head and a teenage boy who couldn't stop scratching himself. Of the fifty standby travelers who'd arrived that morning, the three of them were the leftovers. The last boarding call would sound in a few minutes, and if she couldn't entice a passenger to hire her in exchange for a ticket to the outer realm, she'd have to wait sixty days for the next spaceliner.

That wasn't an option.

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