By Veronica Wolff
THERE’S NO position LIKE HOME—EVEN IF house is the place THE lifeless LIVE...
It’s the beginning of the autumn semester, and a brand new crop of Acari and Trainees have descended at the Isle of evening. Watcher education has intensified, and Drew has a brand new roommate named Mei-Ling. yet Mei-Ling harbors a deadly mystery that drove the vampires to abduct her opposed to her will. Drew is aware she shouldn’t become involved, yet she can’t appear to depart her roommate to fend for herself.
Luckily, Drew has different issues on her mind—like vampire Carden. A blood bond to a brawny, eighteenth-century Scottish undesirable boy has a tendency to preoccupy a lady. And even though she’s nonetheless realizing what this bond capability, something has turn into transparent: She craves him in a big way.
But then our bodies begin turning up at the island. all of the facts issues to the lifestyles of a rogue vampire, and the sinister vampire Alcántara is gunning for Carden, although Drew has facts that Carden had not anything to do with the murders. Now she has to discover the real killer—without endangering Carden, Mei-Ling, or herself…
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The first tendrils of a forest mist curled along the ground, coiled around the structures, giving the place an eerie, ghostly atmosphere. “Keep moving,” said Dodger Jim. He prodded me roughly in the back with his gun. He was still angry about that shot to the head. I walked forward, the mist parting before my feet. ” I said. “It used to be a psychiatric facility,” Waterman answered. “They built it out here to keep the inmates away from the locals. ” The ruined, misty buildings surrounded me as I went on.
I glanced back at him. He grinned at me, his eyes shining in the dark. He was waiting for me to strike at him. Ready this time. Milton Two hovered in the air just above me like a deadly hummingbird, its single eye trained on me. “Yeah,” said Dodger Jim. ” What could I do? I shook my head. I turned and stepped through the door into the tower. There was nothing inside. Just an empty circular room with brick walls and a concrete floor. There was a winding stair leading upward, but it ended abruptly on a broken step, going nowhere.
I struggled to get closer to the barrier. I managed to press my ear against it. I listened. Sure enough, I could hear what was going on inside the car. I could hear voices in there. At first, it was hard to make out the words through the barrier. The rumble of the car’s motion kept drowning them out too. But if I lay very still and kept my breathing shallow, I could hear some of what was being said. “We don’t have much choice. ” That last part came to me clearly. I was pretty sure it was Waterman speaking.
Blood Fever (The Watchers, Book 3) by Veronica Wolff