Beyond the Pale by Savannah Russe

By Savannah Russe

The govt. understands that Daphne city is a vampire, and so they have an ultimatum: secret agent for them, or be killed. the alternative is simple. she will communicate thirteen languages, has a genius IQ, and has escaped detection for almost years-making her ideal for staff Darkwing. Her first challenge is to get just about Bonaventure, a shady fingers broker with an unforeseen present for seduction. but if Darius, a darkly attractive vampire slayer, starts off chasing her, Darius is torn among wish and responsibility. For his lithe, younger prey can be his final temptation.

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He looked young and boyish. He stopped and turned around, waving at me, smiling, and as I slept, I am quite sure I was smiling too. Chapter 5 Let they love in kisses rain on my lips and eyelids pale. The Indian Serenade by Percy Bysshe Shelley When I woke it was my morning, the start of an early winter evening for everyone else. I sat up languidly, pushing my hair back from my face. A strange unease possessed me. I felt as if I had either ended or just begun a chapter of my life. I didn't know how to tell the difference.

The long resisted temptation of intimacy with a stranger, of overpowering him and drinking from him, started to drown out my reason. Right now the only position I wanted to be in with Darius was under him. Or on top. I'd enjoy him either way. He was looking at me with frank sexual desire. An understanding passed between us. He wanted me too. Our feelings bypassed words. It wasn't an unusual thing. Men and women meet in bars, they have a few drinks, and they go home together for a night of pleasure, no strings, no commitment.

Bureaucrats have absolutely no imagination. "I've seen plenty of fake IDs, Darius. This means nothing," I said. "That's the point. " He picked up his wallet and put it back in his pocket. "It comes down to instinct, Daphne. And risk. Weigh them. Look at me. What do you want to do? You can walk out of here right now. I won't stop you. But I think we can help each other. Do you trust J? What do your instincts tell you about him? " His words came fast; he didn't let go of my eyes with his. His face looked open, honest, totally sincere.

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