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  • n. Plural form of brown eye.


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  • Rephaim moved closer and watched Nias beautiful brown eyes begin to fill with tears.

    The After Wife

  • Scholarships and college and career await this powerful young girl with the no-nonsense brown eyes and the quivering Gothic-arch upper lip.

    Dont You Forget About Me

  • AS A DISCARDED child, she first learned that “devotion” was a word that had a meaning by tutoring under the brown eyes of a small dog named Tippy.

    All The Available Light

  • “You know him, Lady Isabel,” he answered, his brown eyes meeting her green ones.

    My Demon's Kiss

  • Shrewd brown eyes peered from his vulpine countenance.


  • He was friendly and large-framed, with brown eyes and soft skin.

    The Empty Family

  • Dark brown eyes that were far too small for his face peered out from beneath strange hoods of flesh, as if the skin had been pulled down from his forehead and up from his cheeks, then stitched in place by the corners of his eyes.

    The Killing Kind

  • Dante met her gaze, his deep brown eyes steady, his expression resolute.

    Etched in Bone

  • Moisture filled her cloudy brown eyes and she blinked it back behind her gold-rimmed glasses, then tugged at the edges of her short-styled, black-and-gray wig to straighten it.

    Surrender the Dark

  • A second later a wiry, dusty-haired boy slipped to the ground, his warm brown eyes wide with innocence.

    My Seduction


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