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The Vampire's Reflection

Of Light and Darkness - Book Two

Author(s): Shayne Leighton

“Am I really dying?” she finally asked.

Valek sighed. “You should have gone to bed. You were not supposed to hear any of that.”

She knew he meant his words to come out scolding, but they were soft and lamenting. He sounded tired.

The scar called for him again, that familiar burning seeming to disintegrate her flesh every time he was close to her. She clenched her teeth. “Well, if it was not something I was supposed to hear, then it must be true.”

“Charlotte—” “I think you need to do it again,” she cried out desperately, eyes still closed. She suppressed a whimper. All of her muscles tightened.

Valek hesitated for a moment. “I cannot.”

“So, I am dying. It’s true!”

“No!”

She opened her eyes and looked at him. He had never denied her before. “I am in so much pain.”

“I said no.” Valek leaned forward with his elbows on his knees, rubbed at the bridge of his nose, and sighed. “I cannot do this anymore.”

Her scar flared angrily as if it understood what Valek said. Sarah succeeded in making Valek feel guilty. Charlotte could see that. She moved forward on the bed, wrapping her arms around him and rested her cheek against his large shoulder blade. She knew he could detect her pulse beating against his spine as she pressed herself tightly against his back, silently pleading for him to go against his own conscience.

Valek stood up and whirled himself around to face her. “I said no,” he snapped, but weakened almost instantly when his gaze locked with hers. She could see that his eyes had already made their aroused and thirsty transition again.

Addicted to each other. Perhaps she had the same effect on him that he had on her. Perhaps now she understood him just a little bit better. The details of his perfect face began to blur a bit in the darkness again. With the impossible beauty of him standing before her, Charlotte bit her lip hard to keep from making any sort of pained noise. It was unfair. The addiction was becoming worse than it had been even a few days ago. What was happening to her?

“I must figure out my own way to solve this,” he said in a frenzied whisper.

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“Am I really dying?” she finally asked.

Valek sighed. “You should have gone to bed. You were not supposed to hear any of that.”

She knew he meant his words to come out scolding, but they were soft and lamenting. He sounded tired.

The scar called for him again, that familiar burning seeming to disintegrate her flesh every time he was close to her. She clenched her teeth. “Well, if it was not something I was supposed to hear, then it must be true.”

“Charlotte—” “I think you need to do it again,” she cried out desperately, eyes still closed. She suppressed a whimper. All of her muscles tightened.

Valek hesitated for a moment. “I cannot.”

“So, I am dying. It’s true!”

“No!”

She opened her eyes and looked at him. He had never denied her before. “I am in so much pain.”

“I said no.” Valek leaned forward with his elbows on his knees, rubbed at the bridge of his nose, and sighed. “I cannot do this anymore.”

Her scar flared angrily as if it understood what Valek said. Sarah succeeded in making Valek feel guilty. Charlotte could see that. She moved forward on the bed, wrapping her arms around him and rested her cheek against his large shoulder blade. She knew he could detect her pulse beating against his spine as she pressed herself tightly against his back, silently pleading for him to go against his own conscience.

Valek stood up and whirled himself around to face her. “I said no,” he snapped, but weakened almost instantly when his gaze locked with hers. She could see that his eyes had already made their aroused and thirsty transition again.

Addicted to each other. Perhaps she had the same effect on him that he had on her. Perhaps now she understood him just a little bit better. The details of his perfect face began to blur a bit in the darkness again. With the impossible beauty of him standing before her, Charlotte bit her lip hard to keep from making any sort of pained noise. It was unfair. The addiction was becoming worse than it had been even a few days ago. What was happening to her?

“I must figure out my own way to solve this,” he said in a frenzied whisper.

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ISBN (Electronic): 978-1-61333-519-2
Genre: Young Adult
Date Published: 07/01/2013
Publisher: Decadent Publishing

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