By Jennifer Armintrout
Being a vampire is a life-or-death scenario. while i used to be first grew to become, I had in basic terms my survival to fret approximately. Now i am locked in a conflict for the life of the complete human race—and the playing cards are certainly stacked opposed to me. The Voluntary Vampire Extinction stream headquarters are destroyed, and their puppy horror, the Oracle, is at the free. She'll cease at not anything to show the area right into a vampire's paradise, no matter if it skill supporting the Soul Eater turn into a god and harnessing his strength for her personal evil ends. An historic vampire, a blood-sucking close to deity and oh, yeah, my almost immediately human former sire thrown into the combination. I say deliver it on. could the easiest monster win.
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She's going to be fine. Whatever the Oracle did—" "Don't. " He positioned her hand on her chest in a way that made her eerily resemble a corpse. "If there's anything else you need—" Max waved a hand dismissively. "Go. If she wants to do this again, it's not like the two of you will be able to stop her. " "Don't talk like that," I begged quietly. "Listen, we can talk about this tomorrow night. Right now, we all just need some time to think. " Max shook his head. "I hate to tell you, but life isn't always like this for us.
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. He moved to help her, repeating, "Take it easy.
My hands came to my hips in a horrible cliché of an angry woman, and I forced them down. "He's human now. " He calmly returned to the book, this time looking far more interested in it than he had before, when he'd been listening in on my private conversation. "Excuse me! " I conveniently glossed over the fact that I had killed him another way. Still, Nathan's attitude, that Cyrus was somehow right in lumping us together with the vamppires who'd killed his girlfriend, chafed me. " Nathan looked up, true concern on his face.