Disgrace: the condition of one fallen from grace. She is my forbidden fruit. The one temptation I cannot resist. The first night…

I rescued her from an attack in the seedy underground of New York City. The second night… She told me the first of many lies. She thinks she can keep me out of her world, but she’s in over her head. Watching her, being near her, it gives breath to something dark inside me. Something primal and forbidden. Forbidden to me.

Because in six months, I’ll be an ordained priest. And she complicates things.
She thinks she’ll become my disgrace. Truth is, my fall had begun the moment I’d laid eyes on her.

A quote from the book: Disgraced by Natasha Knight

Zach had been in touch with Raphael via a brief letter posted without a return address, telling him only that he was alive and that he would be in contact as soon as possible. He’d been right about a visit from the United States Military. It hadn’t been to me, but to Raphael. Since the apartment at the church wasn’t registered in my name, officially, I didn’t live there.

During their visit, they’d told Raphael that Zach’s final mission had failed, and that they believed him to be either a prisoner of a terrorist group or, if he were lucky, that he’d already been killed. I’d previously talked to Raphael about Zach’s visit, so he’d been prepared for the news.

We’d transferred funds to the account Zach had created under the alias Michael Beckham. It was more than he’d requested, as much as Raphael and I could give him. We both wished he’d let us help him, but after seeing him that day in New York City, I knew it was something he had to do himself. I just hoped he’d be safe doing it.

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