Both voices—one familiar and one not—came from outside, and I could hear them clearly through the thin door. Like, her protector or something? What if you get a taste of her? Will it kill you, too? The view was the same as it had been for three days—a very unglamorous gray cement parking lot with a dying twenty-foot-tall palm tree blocking my view of the main street.
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I looked at the dhampyr in question. He had his eyebrow slightly raised, his gaze on me, as if waiting for my reply. But it was still true. Reynolds pursed his lips. My days were spent with test tubes and chemical formulas. Always has been. But Clara. Lawrence moved toward him and squeezed his shoulder.
I swallowed hard. Seeing other people in pain affected me. I shivered. I looked at Lawrence, whose gray eyes flicked to me. I was surprised. Reynolds began. Lawrence hissed out a breath. Maybe then you can finally move on. Declan stood like a statue beside me, his hands clasped behind his back like a soldier at ease.
His face was still. It was difficult for her sometimes to control her hungers, but she maintained herself with class and dignity.
Right up until she was murdered. My gaze shot to Declan. He watched Dr. Reynolds carefully, no outward reaction showing at this accusation. I felt the tension in the room rise to a sickening level. Reynolds had gotten his full attention. I face them. Reynolds now spilled over. I had no idea it was specifically focused on Declan. Yes, she was defending herself. Of course she was. What other choice did she have? To deal with me on an intelligent level.
If I slayed her, it means that she was dangerous. Not today anyway. I took his hand and he pulled me toward the door. Reynolds said softly. Declan froze and looked over his shoulder. He let go of my hand. One who found it difficult not to give in to her hungers. A microscopic sliver of doubt slid behind his gaze, and his forehead furrowed. Bad shit happens every day.
A scattering of emotion played on his face—grief, sadness, doubt, pain. His emotion-repressing serum was actually a bonus in that respect. It kept that part of him, the part deep inside that went past the scars, past the damage, relatively pure and untouched.
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Bleeding Heart picks up a few days after Nightshade ends. Declans friend tells them of a Dr. Reynolds who has stated he could help get the poisonous Nightshade serum out of Jills veins. Jill was injected with Nightshade, a deadly poison to vampires. It gives her spells of being nauseous and the black, ink-like substance that runs through her veins has turned her hair Bleeding Heart by Michelle Rowen Please note: Bleeding Heart contains spoilers related to the first book in the series, Nightshade. It gives her spells of being nauseous and the black, ink-like substance that runs through her veins has turned her hair and eyes dark. Fearing it might one day kill her, Declan and Jill are desperate to find a cure.
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