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used in Betrayed: A House of Night Novel

8 uses
  • I've given you my oath, and you know from your sister that my oath binds me.
    Chapter 32 (18% in)
  • He lifted his hand and I noticed for the first time that he was holding one of those cool, ultra-expensive leather-bound writer's journals.
    Chapter 5 (67% in)
  • When vampyres give their word—be they fledgling or adult—it is binding?
    Chapter 9 (32% in)
  • I thought it was an excellent sign that it was one of those old leather-bound tomes.
    Chapter 15 (53% in)
  • The Soc book definitely frowned on drinking blood from humans and there were lots of warnings about how dangerous it is to Imprint a human, how not only is the human now emotionally bound to the vampyre, but the vamp is tied to the human, too.
    Chapter 18 (33% in)
  • It is important that we remind the public that vampyres have a binding legal agreement with humans to not feed on any human being against his or her will.
    Chapter 25 (98% in)
  • Somehow he'd gotten the duct tape off his ankles, but his wrists were still securely bound together.
    Chapter 28 (85% in)
  • I patted his bound hands where he clutched my arm and smiled at him, and with one slash of my thumbnail I cut through the gray tape that held his wrists.
    Chapter 28 (89% in)

There are no more uses of "bound" in Betrayed: A House of Night Novel.

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