By Jennifer Armintrout
Being a vampire is a life-or-death scenario. whilst i used to be first grew to become, I had basically my survival to fret approximately. Now i am locked in a conflict for the life of the total human race—and the playing cards are certainly stacked opposed to me. The Voluntary Vampire Extinction flow headquarters are destroyed, and their puppy horror, the Oracle, is at the free. She'll cease at not anything to show the realm right into a vampire's paradise, whether it ability aiding the Soul Eater develop into a god and harnessing his energy for her personal evil ends. An historic vampire, a blood-sucking close to deity and oh, yeah, my shortly human former sire thrown into the combo. I say carry it on. may perhaps the easiest monster win.
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She screamed, kicking the covers back. "Do not tell me this! " "Look, there's no reason to panic. At least, not yet. " Bella covered her face with her hands. "Why me? I am not one of you. " He'd wondered the same thing. More specifically, he'd wondered why it had to be Bella instead of himself. He would have gladly changed places. She tried again to get out of bed, but her arms shook, not up to the task. She fell buck on the bed with a startled cry, as if pain and muscle fatigue were things she'd never experienced.
At least, for now. " Her voice broke a little, as though she might cry. Of course, she didn't. Max was reasonably sure werewolves were born without tear ducts. Or hearts. " Her voice was hoarse, probably from screaming. She'd always sounded like that, after they'd— He didn't just force the thought aside. He clubbed it unconscious, threw it into a crawl space and walled it up alive. He grabbed a bottle of water from the bedside table—he'd come prepared—and twisted the top off before handing it to her.
Bella's smooth forehead creased in concentration. " "That narrows it down," Max quipped. " There was a pause. Nathan still stared into the flames of the fireplace, his steepled fingers pressed to his lips as he leaned forward, elbows on his knees. Max looked uncomfortably from him to me. I shrugged. "So, where's the Oracle going, then? " "Boston," Bella answered quickly. " If she'd already come ashore, she could be anywhere. Bella nodded. "Soon. She is still at sea, but she becomes restless. " Max seemed in danger of slipping into the same concentration coma Nathan was already in.
Ashes to Ashes (Blood Ties, Book 3) by Jennifer Armintrout