Well, only in a sense. They still hadn’t touched him, and two of their members were out of commission. Three, if she counted Fleur being occupied with a wounded Lightstar in her arms.
I think I’ve decided. Fleur Delacour is the better fit so far.
But the fact remained that Marquis wasn’t pushing his advantage. The way his power worked and his very personality meant he was exceptional when it came to turning one advantage into another. Or turning one advantage into three. It was in his very nature to trounce his enemies, to grind them into the ground without an iota of mercy or fair play.
Damn. So much for honor.
Was he distracted?
If he was, it was barely slowing him down. She felt something clutch her from behind, covering her eyes.
s k e l e t o n h a n d s
When she tried to tear it free, she found it hard, unyielding.
Is it a full bone covering?
She dropped into her ball form and then back into her human form, taking only a second to break free of the binding. She caught the offending article in one hand before it could hit the ground.
It was a blindfold of solid bone, but it had been a skull of some sort beforehand. Probably something that had sat on a bookshelf behind her. Stupid to overlook it.
Neat trick on both sides!