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She couldn't hear the crying anymore. The water was too loud. Maybe the kid had gone under. Gillian leaned out, looking for a wet head, a shape beneath the surface. She leaned out farther. And then-a mistake. Some subtle change of balance. Ice under her feet. Her arms were wind-milling, but she couldn't get her balance back. . She was flying. Nothing solid anywhere. Too surprised to be frightened. She hit the water with an icy shock. CHAPTER 2 Everything was freezing confusion. Her head was under water and she was being tumbled over and over.
Gillian blinked. Uh-not an angel, after all. A young guy. Maybe seventeen, a year older than Gillian. And . . drop dead gorgeous. He had a face like some ancient Greek sculpture. Classically beautiful. Hair like unburnished gold. Eyes that weren't blue, but violet. Long golden lashes. And a terrific body. I shouldn't be noticing that Gillian thought, horrified. But it was hard not to. Now that his clothes had stopped shining, she could see that they were ordinary, the kind any guy from earth might wear.
The worn beige interior of the Mustang seemed like paradise. And David-well, no, he didn't look like an angel. More like a knight, especially the kind who went out in disguise and rescued people. Gillian was beginning to feel very fuzzy. "I thought I'd take a dip," she said, between chattering teeth. She was shivering again. " "You asked what happened. " He laughed out loud. "Huh. " He thinks I'm brave! A glow better than the heated air enveloped Gillian. "I slipped," she said. "I went into the woods, and when I got to the creek-" Suddenly, she remembered why she'd gone into the woods.