By Lora Leigh, Michelle Rowen, Ava Gray, Jory Strong
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I wanted to pinch myself to prove this wasn’t just a dream. ” Declan asked. He didn’t sound as relieved as I felt. Instead, he sounded wary, suspicious, and not the least bit friendly. His query earned him a sharp look. ” Declan stood just out of reach, his arms crossed over his chest. I saw a glint of the silver stake he kept in a sheath on his belt under the edge of his black jacket. He didn’t look directly at me, despite his fierce and protective claim. Jackson had left when he’d been asked to.
What did you—” He drew in a shaky breath, and his face began to show strain. “Please, no—I need to—” His words broke off, followed by a chilling moment of silence. Then he screamed, raising himself up off the chair. Before he could get fully to his feet, fire poured out of his mouth and quickly consumed his entire body. A moment later, just after the stench of burnt flesh filled my nostrils, he exploded in a scattering of fiery ash. It was the usual death of a vampire—one I’d seen several times before this.
Dhampyrs like Declan—half human and half vampire—healed fast, but scarred from every flesh wound they received. They also didn’t have the benefits of immortality like a vampire did. Thanks to his human side, Declan was every bit as mortal as I was. He had his arms crossed over his chest, and he faced a darkhaired man only a couple inches short of his six-four. The man looked tough, like a bouncer or a bodyguard. Or, more likely, a vampire hunter. Declan had said he was going to contact one of his old pals here in Los Angeles to see if he could help us out.
Primal by Lora Leigh, Michelle Rowen, Ava Gray, Jory Strong