Charmed to Death by Yasmine Galenorn EPUB & PDF – eBook Details Online
- Author: Yasmine Galenorn
- Language: English
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- Genre: Paranormal Vampire Romance
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I woke up to find Midnight staring down at my face. She had planted
herself on my chest, and was now nose to nose with me, her whiskers
tickling my cheeks. I squinted at her, trying to decide whether I had heard the
alarm go off. I didn’t think so, but Midnight had taken to jumping on my
chest as soon as the alarm rang. Sunshine, however, was proving to be a lazy
little furball, who would saunter down for breakfast when he was ready.
“Is it morning already?” I yawned, reaching out with my right hand to
grab for my phone.
It’s close enough, Midnight said. And I’m hungry, so get up and feed us!
Spoken like a real cat.
“Remember what I told you? Unless it’s an emergency, you don’t get to
wake me up in the middle of the night just to feed or pet you. Not unless
you’re feeling really upset.” I knew better than to truly expect them to respect
my wishes. Midnight and Sunshine were cats, after all, even if they were
familiars. And they epitomized the nature of “cat” perfectly.
It is an emergency. The food dish is empty. And I think Granny is outside.
I snorted, glancing at my phone. It was seven forty-five, and my alarm
wasn’t set to go off until eight-fifteen. But I knew my chances of getting any
more sleep were null and void. I turned off my alarm, set the phone back on
the nightstand, and—holding Midnight around the tummy—I slowly scooted
my way up to lean back against the headboard.
“All right, you win.” I knew how dangerous those two words were when
spoken to a cat, but I didn’t have the heart to tell her no. “Okay, I’m getting
up. You go wake up your brother and go wait by the food bowl. I’ll be down
as soon as I’ve showered and dressed.”
Midnight let out a long-suffering sigh, then turned and jumped off the
bed, marching toward the door. If she had been human, her shoulders would
be sinking right now and she would probably give me an injured look. As it
was, she reached where she thought she couldn’t see me just outside the door,
and then I heard her thunder off down the stairs. Oh, the drama of it all!
DOWNSTAIRS, I FOUND COFFEE WAITING FOR ME, ALONG WITH A COUPLE
homemade sausage muffins ready to heat up in the microwave.
As I settled
down at the table with my breakfast, along with a massive cup of milk-andsugar infused coffee, I glanced over at the cats. They were scarfing down
breakfast so fast that it occurred to me I should put something like a golf ball
in their dish to keep them from eating so fast. Both of them were chunking
up, and their coats were sleek and beautiful.
Turning back to my phone, I pulled up the news headlines. Ever since I
had left the Crown Magika, I had tried to keep up on the inside events going
on there. But I was no longer in the loop and, even if someone there thought
to inform me, they’d be breaking the rules. So I flipped over to the Terameth
Lake Gazette website and scanned the headlines.
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