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 existence --to safeguard her orphaned little brother. but if either stumble upon an unspeakable evil within the swirling San Francisco mists, Alex can basically cry to heaven for his or her deliverance . . . And out of the darkness swoops Aidan Savage, a golden being extra robust, 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 actually shop her brother? Or sacrifice greater than her lifestyles?
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Wildly, he looked around the immaculate yard. Empty. Still, the impression of danger was so strong, his heart began to pound, and his mouth went dry. Thomas Ivan's heart slammed against his chest when a man appeared virtually out of nowhere. He simply seemed to materialize behind the stubborn housekeeper. The man was tall, elegant, well-dressed. Long blond hair flowed to his broad shoulders, and unusual golden eyes regarded him with the unblinking stare of a cat. He exuded power. Power and strength.
It was Alexandria. He could feel the first wave of pain hitting her. He meticulously closed the wound, ensuring that there was no evidence on the man's neck to betray the presence of his kind in the area, and allowed his prey to sink to the ground. To anyone passing by all three men would appear drunk. Doubtless the trail of blood down one man's shirt would be attributed to a bloody nose. It was starting within Alexandria, as he knew it would. The conversion. And, ultimately, if inadvertently, he was responsible.
The art centers were wonderful. Theater and opera were plentiful. And there was a ready supply of prey. He moved silently, muscles rippling as he neared the alley. The three thugs were shuffling back and forth, whispering, unaware of his stalking. Their mutterings were loud in his ears, despite the fact that he had deliberately lowered his hearing, wanting to escape the assault on his senses. Sensations, intense emotions, even the vivid colors he hadn't experienced in so many centuries were overwhelming to him.