By Emma Holly
The world's oldest dwelling vampire assumes a mortal identity--and reports a blazing ardour for a girl that brings his drained center again to existence.
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Edmund gripped the bed’s mahogany post. ” Lucius swung from the bed and strode soundlessly across the carpet to the window. He folded the shutters open and took a breath. ” He felt the emotions as he named them, and saw in memory the earth’s small sun glaring from the heavens like a baleful eye. That sun had changed his people, warping the basic codes that formed their being, transforming them into a race of previously unimagined power: a race of immortal blood-drinkers. Before the change, Lucius had been the lowest order of servant.
Looking at his eyes made her feel sleepy. They were dark gray, slitted now with amusement but strangely comforting. He looked the sort of man who would tease a woman more than he should, but not the sort who would do her harm. “Do not be afraid,” he said, his smooth, cool voice ﬂowing so pleasingly into her ear it seemed—alarmingly—to be sliding down to rather lower parts. “Your garden smelled delicious. ” “It is the mint,” she said, too breathless for the words to come evenly. “The mint. ” His smile suggested the opposite; suggested, in fact, that she was the deliciousness who drew him here.
Her ﬁgure was as graceful as her mother’s now was stout. Theo had never seen her with a blemish or even a drooping curl. To be just— which Theo did not always wish to do—her only apparent ﬂaw was her odd, blank way of sometimes gazing at one without speaking, exactly as if one were not there. While it was impossible to guess what she was thinking, it was just as impossible to imagine that it was good. As a child, Theo had been sensitive to that look. Whenever Lady Morris—then a bit less socially ambitious—had brought her daughter to the house to play, Theo would burst into tears and hide in the closet.
Courting Midnight (The Upyr Series, Book 5) (Berkley Sensation) by Emma Holly