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248 pages, Paperback
First published December 22, 2009
⋰⋱⋰⋱⋰⋱*Not a bad re-read*⋰⋱⋰⋱⋰⋱
Vampires are rarely born, except in certain ancient families . . . Exhibit A, me and my seven obnoxious older brothers.
But I’m the only girl.
In about nine hundred years.
“I only just found your note. I didn’t even get a chance to tell Nicholas. He just stumbled out of his room, all freaked out.”
We both turned to look at him. I thought he might be blushing— if vampires could blush, that was.
“The house smelled wrong,” he muttered. He glared at us. “Shut up.” Then he went up the stairs. I raised my eyebrows.
“He’s getting weirder.”
Solange snorted, pulled out a handful of nose plugs, air freshener sprays, and a bowie knife from my plastic bags.
“So are you.”
Every single one of my traitor brothers smirked. They look enough alike that people usually assume they’re all sets of twins. Only Quinn and Connor are actually twins. Quinn keeps his hair long and Connor, like Sebastian, prefers to fade quietly into the background. Logan is the flamboyant one, and Nicholas spends most of his free time worrying about me. Marcus and Duncan just came home from a road trip. They’re all gorgeous; it’s like living with a bunch of male models. And it makes girls stupid around them.
I swallowed, stunned. “Me?”
“Yeah.” He stood up and went to the door, where he paused for the barest second. “You got me through.”