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Unethical Magic

Unethical Magic by Sherry King in Romance
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All the way home, I told myself encouraging lies. If you don’t see them, they can’t see you. I practiced not seeing so hard, I probably could have passed vampires and other weird supernatural beings without any telltale change in heart rate. But the sidewalks were mostly empty.
My feet scuffed through the crunchy frozen snow and onto my building’s walk. I’d almost put the whole thing in perspective.
One. A supernaturally attractive magic man with glowing snowy owl eyes who claimed to rule Penn Arbor? So what? I'd lived here for years and never met him. Maybe I'd never meet him again.
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Saturday, June 19, 1993
Since it was failing miserably to keep out the thunderous mayhem of the passing train, the motel window threw in the towel and joined the raucous symphony, adding a timpani of rattling panes. Elsa tossed and turned on the lumpy mattress, then cast a peevish glance at the other bed, where her father’s snoring competed gamely for a place in the orchestra.
When the hotel falls down, I’ll have to drag him out, since even that won’t wake him up.
Thank God it was only for one night. In the morning they would check out, pick-up some groceries, and head for Bran’s.
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Thrax Bubbles

Thrax Bubbles by Ryan Weber in Sci-Fi & Fantasy
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Chapter 6 A View to Forget

The Thraxvue Cafe floated out in open space and was the premier gourmet restaurant in the galaxy. All profits aided in the continued domination of the Ultrabot Empire. They approached a vast spaceship parking lot which operated almost like a vending machine in reverse. Upon landing on the upper level, their ship was conveyed to a parking spot in the sprawling multi-storied garage. Hundreds of very expensive ships were parked all around them when they finally reached their assigned space.
Surrounded by so much wealth, Collin was getting a little nervous. "Can we afford this place?"
"We can get in on my charm alone," Siff said, avoiding eye contact as he combed through his hair.
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ADVENTURE VI. THE MAN WITH THE TWISTED LIP

Isa Whitney, brother of the late Elias Whitney, D.D., Principal of the Theological College of St. George’s, was much addicted to opium. The habit grew upon him, as I understand, from some foolish freak when he was at college; for having read De Quincey’s description of his dreams and sensations, he had drenched his tobacco with laudanum in an attempt to produce the same effects. He found, as so many more have done, that the practice is easier to attain than to get rid of, and for many years he continued to be a slave to the drug, an object of mingled horror and pity to his friends and relatives. I can see him now, with yellow, pasty face, drooping lids, and pin-point pupils, all huddled in a chair, the wreck and ruin of a noble man.
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When we got into the drawing room, and had sat down to our coffee and chocolate, although Carmilla did not take any, she seemed quite herself again, and Madame, and Mademoiselle De Lafontaine, joined us, and made a little card party, in the course of which papa came in for what he called his "dish of tea."
When the game was over he sat down beside Carmilla on the sofa, and asked her, a little anxiously, whether she had heard from her mother since her arrival.
She answered "No."
He then asked whether she knew where a letter would reach her at present.
"I cannot tell," she answered ambiguously, "but I have been thinking of leaving you; you have been already too hospitable and too kind to me.
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Treasure Island

Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson in Adventure
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6 The Captain's Papers

WE rode hard all the way till we drew up before Dr. Livesey's door. The house was all dark to the front.
Mr. Dance told me to jump down and knock, and Dogger gave me a stirrup to descend by. The door was opened almost at once by the maid.
"Is Dr. Livesey in?" I asked.
No, she said, he had come home in the afternoon but had gone up to the hall to dine and pass the evening with the squire.
"So there we go, boys," said Mr. Dance.
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