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This aberration was different. He could tell from the tang that stung his nostrils that she was clean and healthy, and what his eyes beheld only supported the conclusion. He flipped the light on. *** Marya woke with a start, vaguely aware that consciousness was siphoning away a very pleasant dream. She cracked her eyes and saw a man seated not six feet away from her bed. The blue eyes that stared at her were so riveting they seemed to be no more than six inches away. She wasn’t alarmed because she thought he was still part of the dream.

It wasn’t that she was afraid he’d discover some deep, dark secret, for, in truth, she had nothing to hide. There was her ‘double life’ as she liked to call it, but for all the thrill of the forbidden it gave her, her monthly visits to New Orleans were innocent enough. Vampires infested New Orleans like a disease, but while she had seen countless of the creatures on her journeys, she had had no face-to-face encounters. No, it was simply that her very soul would be laid bare to this uncaring monster.

There was her ‘double life’ as she liked to call it, but for all the thrill of the forbidden it gave her, her monthly visits to New Orleans were innocent enough. Vampires infested New Orleans like a disease, but while she had seen countless of the creatures on her journeys, she had had no face-to-face encounters. No, it was simply that her very soul would be laid bare to this uncaring monster. For someone like her, who had long sheltered herself from the world, it would be the ultimate violation.

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