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Eternity's Lonely Heart
Jayme Evans
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Blake Cortland is a vampire and loves it. The only drawback is the eternally lonely heart that he deals with everyday since he lost his love over two hundred years ago. Could he ever give his heart again, only to have it broken when human death took that love away?

Holly Winthrop is wanted for the murder of her father and is on the run. The real killer wants her dead. When she crashes her car near the house of a doctor, she isn’t sure if that is a great thing when he announces that he was a vampire. He will help her clear her name and then make her forget that he is a vampire, but does she want to forget her own superhero with fangs?

Since she was on a roll, she was going for all of it. "Well, now that you mention it. How did you get me out of the car? Sometimes you seem to move so fast and have so much strength, you really do seem like a vampire with the strength of ten men."

His deep voice came out in a loud chuckle. "I thought it was twenty men."

Argh! He was laughing at her. Now that was rude. He had told her to ask, and now he was amused. She couldn’t stand it. "Whatever, Blake. Just answer something, please."

"If I were a vampire, I wouldn’t need the bedrooms to sleep in. All of them have way too much light."

Even with her frustration, Holly couldn’t help laughing. "Be serious, Blake. You’re not a vampire."

His gaze locked on hers, making her nervous. He looked too danged serious. Was he setting her up for a bad joke? "Well, you’re not."

He brushed his finger across his chin. "Are you sure?"

Was he crazy? Her heart thumped in her temples. Was he trying to scare her? Why was he acting this way? Was their hidden household secret that he was psychotic?

"Why are you becoming afraid?"

"The way you’re looking at me is making me nervous. I was expecting you to jump all over me and say your affairs are none of my business and maybe I should be on my way."

"I’m not going to say that. How should I be looking at you while you charge me with being a vampire?"

"Come on Blake. Stop fooling around. That was just a wild example of your behavior."

He didn’t answer right away. Why couldn’t he be serious? She had been. Dang it! Why did he have to be so vague? Yeah, right. A vampire. If he thought she was so easily fooled, he had to think again.

If anything made her mad, it was word games and not getting a straight answer.

"Anger doesn’t become you." His voice was low but reprimanding. "It spoils your lovely face. Now that I know all your concerns, or at least I think I do, ask me one question at a time. Ask what you feel you must know and I’ll do my best to answer it."

Finally, he sounded serious. But would he turn it around again to a farce? "I’ve already done that. You’re just making fun of me, and I don’t like it."

"One at a time," he said. "I promise to give a sober answer to every question. Does that suit you?"

She signed. It did and already she could relax a little. "Yes. I never did like being laughed at."

"I don’t either."

Well, he said to ask them one at a time. She certainly would. "Where do you go during the day?"

"To my resting place below ground."

Holly frowned. He was playing with her again, but she wasn’t going to stop now. "Why does your help call you Master?"

"Because they are my entranced servants."

She scrunched her nose. "What’s that?" She didn’t even know what that meant, even if he was playing games.

"They are hypnotized to do my will."

He sounded so serious. How could he say this with a straight face? He had to be the ultimate actor. "How can you do that?

"Because I am a vampire."

A vampire. Well, she had tossed out the accusation for a bad comparison and he had every right to throw it back in her face, but she didn’t like this game. He was much too serious. He couldn’t be a vampire because there weren’t any such creatures. What did he hope to gain by these ridiculous answers? "I thought you said that you’d give me truthful answers."

Multi-published author, Jayme Evans writes the 'weird stuff'. As a time-travel, romantic suspense, paranormal and futuristic author, she likes to carry her imagination to the extreme and escape from the 'real' world. Jayme lives in Kentucky with her with her youngest son, his wife and two grandchildren. She has two married sons, four lovely granddaughters and a spunky grandson.

Jayme began writing when her oldest son flew the nest in 1992. She took the Writer's Digest Advanced Novel Writing Workshop to complement her love of writing.

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ISBN: 1590885759
ISBN(13-digit): 9781590885758
Copyright: 2008
Book Publisher: Wings e Press
Binding: Perfect
No. of Pages: 310
Paper Weight (lb): 13.0

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