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Unforgotten: Exclusive Excerpt

An exclusive excerpt of Chapters 6-8 from Jessica Brody's Unforgotten (February 25, 2014) is available on Heroes and Heartbreakers to members. Please log in or register to read the full excerpt.

Unforgotten by Jessica Brody

Some memories are better left forgotten

After a daring escape from the Diotech scientists who created her, Seraphina and Zen believe they are finally safe from the horrors of her past. But new threats await them at every turn as Zen falls prey to a mysterious illness and Sera’s extraordinary abilities make it more and more difficult to stay hidden. Meanwhile, Diotech has developed a dangerous new weapon designed to apprehend Sera. A weapon that even Sera will be powerless to stop.?Her only hope of saving Zen’s life and defeating the company that made her is a secret buried deep within her mind. A secret that Diotech will kill to protect. And it won’t stay forgotten for long.

Packed with mystery, suspense, and romance, Unforgotten is the riveting second installment of Jessica Brody’s Unremembered trilogy, and delivers more heart-pounding action as loyalties are tested, love becomes a weapon, and no one’s memories are safe.

Chapter 6

I help Zen out of his leather boots first, then his doublet, shirt, and breeches. He collapses into the pillows and is asleep almost instantly. I take my time unlacing my corset, relishing the beautiful release when it finally liberates my waist from its clenching wooden embrace. I slide out of my long skirt, change into my linen nightdress, and braid my loose hair down my back.

I glance across the room at Zen, his chest rising and falling.

He usually looks so peaceful in his sleep but tonight his face is contorted by a subtle grimace, making me think that I should have gone easier on him out in the woods. After all, he’s just a regular person. And I’m … well …

I’m me.

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