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MY GRANDMOTHER TAUGHT ME EVERYTHING I KNOW. She was a
withered old crone when my mother died, leaving me alone at the
ripe old age of six. Bunny, as she insisted I call her, pulled up in
an ancient car, took one look at me, and tsked. “Look just like her, don’t
you? Get in, little bird. No point in standing around with your thumb up
She didn’t have much respect for laws—human or otherwise—but Bunny
had an endless list of rules that were nearly impossible to keep track of.
Don’t do spell work during an eclipse. If you’re going to lie, make it a good
one. It doesn’t matter what path you tread in life as long as it’s the right one
And stay the fuck away from vampires.
Bunny is probably rolling in her grave right now. Or she would be if I’d
buried her when she died, the day after I turned eighteen. Our kind don’t
like graves—another thing she taught me. We prefer to be scattered with the
elements, our ashes little bits of stardust going back to the earth and sea and
air and fire. She held on to this life until she was no longer needed, and then
she moved on to walk paths I can’t follow.
It’s just as well she’s not around anymore to see what I’ve become.
Case in point: the gorgeous vampire leaning against the bar at my side.
Lizzie isn’t my girlfriend. She doesn’t do labels, and I’m too much Bunny’s
child to date a vampire.
Sleeping with one, though?
I’ve always liked to play things too close to the edge. Hopefully this time
won’t kick me in the ass. My track record says otherwise, but hey, I’m a
slow learner when there’s fun to be had. It’s not like I spend much time with
Lizzie. We met six months ago, and after spending a glorious two weeks in
bed that I wasn’t sure I’d survive, we’ve been asteroids pinging into each
other before flying away to commit destruction elsewhere.
I didn’t even know she was back in town until I got a text two hours ago
with a time and place. Imagine my surprise when I show up to a hole-inthe-wall bar filled with an equal mix of humans and paranormal folk. Most
of the time us magical people avoid regular humans. They don’t know we
exist, and we prefer to keep it that way. But there are places that are
exceptions to that rule, and this bar is one of them.
It doesn’t seem like Lizzie’s speed, but what do I know? It’s not like we
spend our time together talking.
“What about that one?”
I follow Lizzie’s chin jerk to the pretty, petite woman sitting by herself at
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