Demon in My View (Den of Shadows, Book #2) by Amelia Atwater-Rhodes

By Amelia Atwater-Rhodes

Notwithstanding not anyone at her highschool is aware it, Jessica is a printed writer. Her vampire novel, Tiger, Tiger, has simply pop out lower than the pen identify Ash evening. Now new scholars have simply arrived in Ramsa, and either wish Jessica’s awareness. She has no persistence with overly pleasant Caryn, yet she’s immediately attracted to Alex, a confident, mysterious boy who turns out unusually generic. If Jessica didn’t understand higher, she’d imagine Aubrey, the fascinating villain from her novel had simply sprung to existence. That’s very unlikely, in fact; Aubrey is a figment of her mind's eye. Or is he?

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The difference was that Ash Night was not writing about herself, but about things she had no right to know. Dark Flame was Aubrey's own history, which no one but he knew in total. Yet Ash Night had written his past correctly, down to the last detail. Aubrey didn't mind the thought of Dark Flame's being published. In his history he had almost always been stronger than those around him. However, the others who were mentioned in the manuscript came across as often weak, and in the vampiric world, there was no worse threat to one's position than an apparent weakness.

What had he expected? Anything but what he found: a seventeen-year-old human who had no apparent connection to the vampire world. She did, however, have a darkness in her aura that was almost vampiric. This close to New Mayhem, Jessica's aura was strengthened by the vampires in the area. Humans reacted to it instinctively and drew away from her, as they had from Aubrey until he had started influencing their minds. He had tried to influence Jessica. He should have been able to reach into her mind and tell her to stop writing.

He could down a liter of cyanide and not notice any effect. Some of these bottles held wine, others liquor, and others blood that was always cold. How the bar was kept stocked was a mystery, as there was rarely a bartender working and the drinks were all free. CHAPTER 10 Aubrey was still at the bar when he heard a familiar voice behind him. "Welcome back," Jager said in his usual cool tone. Jager was the second oldest in their line and one of the few vampires who might rival Aubrey for pure strength.

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