As part of Caleb's punishment, he hasn't been allowed to hunt or feed for months. It's been difficult to ignore his most basic vampire instincts, but he feels he's made progress and is ready for his punishment to be over. When his vampire Master finally allows Caleb his freedom, Caleb has his fangs set on one person -- Xander, his werewolf lover.
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|Title of eBook: Clarity|
|Release Date: 06-01-2011|
|Publisher: (Indie Author)|
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Logan sat back, elbows resting on the arms of his chair, fingers together forming a steeple before him. He'd grown still in a way that some of the older vampires could. He wasn't all that old; he was just powerful enough to pull off the trick. His gaze was intense as he studied me and it took everything I had not to squirm under his scrutiny.
I just had to open my big mouth.
"Caleb…" He paused, sighing. "I won't deny that you are making progress, but--"
"You know what? Just forget it." I tamped down the urge to tap my foot or pop my knuckles. Or get up and pace. Anything to drive away the anxiety that had hit me like a ton of bricks. "Forget I even mentioned it."
"As you well know, I can't do that." His gaze flicked up and down my body, eyes narrowing in concern. "Why are you suddenly so nervous?"
He calmly pointed at my leg, which I'd obviously failed to keep still. "We're too far along for you to start lying to me, Caleb."
I sighed and stood, shaking my head. "I just… Hell, I just want things to get back to normal, you know?"
Logan frowned at my words and I instantly knew I'd said the wrong thing -- yet again.
"There is no wrong thing to say, Caleb."...