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  • If I should ever meet sweet, dear Elvis, my pockets will burst with his beloved Snickers bars; assuming I can reach them, I will scratch his mammoth ears and rub his velvet-soft snout.

    Elissa Altman: The Tortured Omnivore

  • Mooch let out a velvet-soft purr and rubbed his head against her black pant leg, leaving a trail of gray.

    Devil's Bargain

  • It was covered in velvet-soft butter-colored leather.

    Hard Truth

  • "Miralys," he breathed, and the elvensteed was there, nudging him with a velvet-soft muzzle.

    This Scepter'd Isle

  • As the days progressed, Nick found himself thinking of Sara more and more, imagining her velvet-soft voice murmuring his name, her black hair spread across his pillow, her lavender scent mingling with the cool, crisp sheets of his bed.

    The Seduction Of Sara

  • Yet Khisanth was determined to prove to Kadagan that she had as much patience as he, and so she'd concentrated on separating the velvet-soft petals with the pointed tips of her claws.

    The Black Wing

  • "You may rise, my swan," came the indulgent, velvet-soft voice.

    The Elvenbane

  • He sighed and stroked the velvet-soft leather of the gloves at his belt.

    The Silent Tower

  • Ishmael was left alone in the yard, stroking the velvet-soft muzzle of the waiting horse.

    Secret Bread

  • It was not the Hour of Nazam, the Hour of Prayer before dawn, the dawn which was to see his questions answered, but he turned and, pulling back the velvet-soft leather curtain, entered the small room lighted by a silver lamp hanging just above the crystal basin full to the brim with water.

    The Hawk of Egypt

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