"Leah and Morris held their hands over the mouths of the children to keep them from crying out. They crept out of the house, then saw riders on horseback coming closer, wielding knives which gleamed silver in the cold, white moonlight."

"He sat next to her and slowly laced his fingers with hers. Leah shivered as the fire burned itself out and Vaselik put his arm around her shoulders. Staying was dangerous, but she made no effort to leave as he brushed his lips lightly across the palm of her hand. Nothing would ever be the same if she stayed."

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