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This week’s is a Picture Prompt. We are hopping over to the fourth book in the Gods of DC series, Death Do Us Part.
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“This is cozy,” Hades commented.
Persephone scoffed. “It’s not a million dollar condo or a literal palace.”
He pulled her into his arms and kissed the crown of her head. “Sometimes I like to get away from all that. Having the weight of all the dead on my shoulders is exhausting. There are moments I wish for something like this with you so I can remember all the reasons I fell in love with you.”
Persephone grinned at him then pressed a deep, warm kiss to his lips. She pulled free from his embrace just enough grab the knob of the door and push it open.
The outside was a deceptive facade for the inside. There were no unfinished logs on the inside but instead creme painted walls with simple decor.
Persephone ran a fingertip across a distressed painted white shelf, studying the picture frame, lamp and pitcher full of lavender stems kept there. She scowled at the shell that was nestled among the rest. She remembered the trinket. Uncle Poseidon has given it to her mother for an absent minded birthday gift a few decades ago. It was easy to tell that Demeter knew he forgot. It was sitting here instead of in her house. She must have guessed his brother would never know.
Her smile returned when Hades wrapped his hand around her wrist and tugged her back to him. She moaned when he held her tight, his hard body molded into hers.
“Have any ideas on how to start our vacation?” He murmured into her ear.
He felt his cock hard against her hip. She had been with this man for nearly an eternity. The sensation still made her heart race. “It seems you have a few.”