By Christine Feehan
They have been masters of the darkness, looking through eternity for a mistress of the sunshine . . . Alexandria Houton will sacrifice anything--even her lifestyles --to defend her orphaned little brother. but if either stumble upon an unspeakable evil within the swirling San Francisco mists, Alex can merely cry to heaven for his or her deliverance . . . And out of the darkness swoops Aidan Savage, a golden being extra strong, extra mysterious, than the other creature of the evening. The ageless Carpathian male snatches them from a hideous destiny. yet is Aidan Alex's salvation . . . or her sin? If she surrenders to Aidan's savage, unearthly seduction, and provides him the colour, the sunshine, the kinfolk he craves, will Alex really shop her brother? Or sacrifice greater than her lifestyles?
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Suddenly she felt her body beginning to burn. Her muscles began to tighten into hard knots. Even the thin sheet covering her felt too heavy and warm against her skin. Her muscles seemed to be contorting, the heat migrating throughout her body. "Aidan will explain everything to you. But rest assured that he is no vampire. I have known him since I was a young girl. He watched me grow up, have children of my own, and now I have become an old woman. He is a powerful, dangerous man, but not to those of us he calls his own.
Why didn't someone stop these humans? Why had God created them? Why had he given the gift of breath to them, knowing they would fail to live a life of honor and integrity? Carpathian males endured for hundreds—some of them thousands—of years before they sought the dawn and self-destruction or made the decision to turn renegade and lose their souls for all time. Yet some human males could not endure even beyond their teen years. Aidan dropped the first victim carelessly on the ground, his hand curling around the nape of the next donor.
The way he said her name sent butterflies winging through her stomach. But was it possible that drinking more blood was the only way to make her well? "If it is impossible for you to drink of your own free will, you must consent to my aiding you," he said. " The very thought repulsed her. Her stomach was churning, already rebelling at the idea. "There must be another way to make me well. I don't think I can do it," she repeated. "His blood is tainted, Alexandria. Even though he is dead, he can cause you much pain and suffering.