Kissing My Killer

Kissing My Killer by Helena Newbury Read Free Book Online

Book: Kissing My Killer by Helena Newbury Read Free Book Online
Authors: Helena Newbury
Tags: romantic suspense, new adult romance, Russian Mafia Romance
    “Tell me! Tell me what I need to do!”
    I just shook my head. There was nothing she could do.
    She’d started to cry again. “You can’t just kill me! Please!”
    “I don’t want to!” I snapped. “But if I don’t—”
    There was another knock at the door. I checked the spy hole.
    It was Lev.
    I slowly opened the door. Lev had his hand under his jacket, ready to pull out his gun, but he relaxed when he saw it was me. He pushed past me. “What the fuck is going on?” Then he saw the girl. “Who the fuck is this? His girlfriend?”
    I closed the door behind him. I thought about saying yes, but lying was pointless—unless I could produce a body, he’d figure it out. “She’s the hacker,” I said.
    “ Her?!” He looked her up and down in disbelief.
    “Why did you come in?” I asked. Every muscle in my body was groaning and aching with tension. I’d never been so tightly wound in my life.
    “Do you know how long you’ve been in here? And Nikolai called me, asking if it was done yet.” He looked at the girl again. “Why haven’t you done it yet?”
    The girl and I exchanged a desperate look.
    Lev saw. “Oh. You fucked her?” He looked at the girl’s long, bare legs.
    “No!” I snapped.
    “You want to? Is that it? You want to fuck her before you do it?”
    “ No!”
    “It’s okay. Jesus, if that’s what you want, just do it so we can get out of here.” He looked at her legs again, then at the peaks her breasts made in the nightshirt. “We can both do her. Let’s take her in the bedroom.”
    The girl was looking at me with huge, terrified eyes. I could feel everything sliding out of control. “No! Shut up!” I snapped.
    But Lev didn’t care what I wanted, anymore. He put his hands on her shoulders and spun her to face the bedroom. “Come on. I’ll hold her. You can go first.”
    “ Don’t touch her!” I roared.
    Everything stopped.
    Lev blinked at me. “What...the fuck?”
    I shook my head. “Just...go back to the car. I’ll deal with this.”
    “You’ll deal with it? Like you’ve dealt with it so far?” Lev shook his head. “What the fuck has got into you?”
    “ Wait in the car!”
    “Christ!” He pushed the girl forward, away from him, and she went stumbling. “ I’ll fucking do it.” He pulled out his gun.
    “She could be useful,” I said desperately. “She could work for us. Hack our enemies!”
    Lev snorted. “Nikolai was crystal fucking clear. Kill the hacker. He wants us to destroy her computer, too.”
    And he raised his gun to fire.


    I was staring down the barrel of a gun again, but this guy was different.
    I’d known it as soon as I saw him, as soon as he’d leered at me. Meeting the second guy threw the first guy into sharp relief. He was smaller and slighter next to my huge guy. He was angry and jumpy where my guy was cold and controlled...and yet burning hot underneath. And this guy was leering at me with a crude, frat boy’s lust where my guy seemed to want me on a much deeper, more powerful level...but was wrestling with himself, holding himself back.
    I caught myself. When did he become “my” guy?
    I looked over to where he was standing, my eyes wide and pleading.
    The new guy cocked his gun.
    I closed my eyes.
    There was a quick, low sound that vibrated in my eardrums. I’d heard that sound in movies, the sound of a silenced shot. I waited for the pain, but it didn’t come.
    I opened my eyes to see the new guy slumping to the ground. Then I saw the big guy lowering his smoking gun. He was staring at it as if he’d never seen it before. He lifted his eyes to me and, just for a second, he looked helpless. Seconds passed.
    “What have I done?” he asked.
    I didn’t have any words. I just shook my head.
    Suddenly, he was running at me. He grabbed my upper arms and lifted me right off the floor and slammed me into the wall. “ What did you make me do?!” he yelled. His eyes

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