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still coated his eyes and clogged his nose and mouth. The hand he used to scrape the muck away wasn’t much cleaner, forcing him to take several frantic swipes just to gulp clean air into his lungs and get one stinging eye open enough to check out his surroundings. At first, he saw nothing but the log beside which he had fallen. Then more droplets rained down, causing him to look for their source. He expected rain clouds. What he got was a heart-shaped, pale face filled with large, oddly dark eyes, a wide mouth with generous lips, and a nose that on anyone else would have been too pointed but instead pulled the face before him into stunning beauty. Her hair, the color of dry reeds under the full moon, was dripping, and soft runnels of shining water raced down her throat and over her bare breasts. Joey&...

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