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Sample Chapter Twenty-One
The Hope-Filled Vampire
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Who knew immortality would be such a bitch.
Boot Camp for Vamps has a new prisoner, and Ria is testing her new world of rules and regulations, fighting her oldest nemesis—conformity. Her key battle is keeping her individuality and hiding her phoenix powers.
With an uptight mentor, an estranged werewolf, and an unlikely band of humans on her side, Ria must first survive her trials, designed to break her by a queen hell bent on making her suffer...let the nightmare begin.
Excerpt from Chapter Eighteen:
“What do you need to talk to me about, Mindless?”
“Legend.” His voice clipped.
“Whatever. You keep being weird, and I’ll call you what I want.”
Ari sat back on her bed with the bottle. The spirits burned with sweet agave undertones. She took a deep swig of the tequila and tapped Legend in the shoulder with it.
He grabbed hold of it and took his own swig before handing it back. “You’re the strange one, Ria.”
I scoffed at him, like I hadn’t been hearing that my entire life. In fact, it turned into my freaking catch phrase. “Tell me something I don’t know, buddy.”
“There are people here who can help you if you give them a chance.”
Ari slipped back against the light wood headboard, sinking low and winking at me as she drank from the bottle.
“Why would any of you want to help me?”
Legend sucked in a long puff of his hand rolled and made smoke rings in the air. Ari reached up to whisk them with her pointer finger, a giddy but stupid grin on her face.
“Because we don’t want to live this way any more than you do.”
My skin tightened. Did I really have a chance to help these people? Or would I disappoint them all? Phea didn’t seem to have any weaknesses. I had to find one though. I couldn’t let her continue killing and torturing these innocent people.