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You sounded ecstatic.” ― Beth Fantaskey, “Must we vampires always resort to violence so quickly? I jammed the pitchfork in the general direction of his foot and ran like hell for the house, ignoring his yowl of pain.” ― Beth Fantaskey, “Lucius needs you.
Some hold that real love between vampires is a myth.
He was standing under a massive beech tree across the road from me, his arms crossed over his chest.
It was a dreary early morning right after Labor Day, and I was waiting for the school bus, just minding my own business, standing at the end of the dirt lane that connected my family’s farmhouse to the main road into town. Besides, Lucius, Jessica is not ready to contemplate marriage. 'And she can't be forced into a marriage, of course. As she will.''I will not.” ― Beth Fantaskey, “I wanted to die. I wanted to run to the knife drawer, grab the biggest blade I could find, and plunge it into my heart. This has been decreed since our births." I couldn't even process the "getting married" part, or the thing about "decreed." He'd lost me at "vampire." Nuts. "It's late, and we're all tired and a little overwhelmed. I would have thought your pitchfork skills would be attractive to certain bachelors here in farm country.” ― Beth Fantaskey, “And as we kissed, really kissed, something inside me was smashed, like a splitting atom, erupting with all the force of a shattering nucleus. It was like I'd found my place in the universe, in the chaos, and Lucius and I could go along locked together throughout time without end, like pi, existing infinitely, irrationally, spinning through time.” ― Beth Fantaskey, “I shan't take advantage,' Lucius promised seriously. But I am afraid that I am compelled to pursue this courtship until Antanasia realizes her place at my side. The vampire thing was a ridiculous fantasy, but my total lack of experience . Lucius Vladescu was a lunatic.” ― Beth Fantaskey, “I want to ask you – in this place where we were promised to one another by mandate – to marry me not because doing so is required of you, but because you love me as I love you,” he says. The strange, almost pleasurable, sensation I'd felt when he'd brushed my cheek was forgotten as reality hit me again. I'll make an announcement soon, so please watch here on Goodreads.You can also sign up for my newsletter at bethfantaskeyauthor.com, or meet up with me on Facebook. Thanks for adding me as a friend, and for the question. One should never confuse fashionable with beautiful. "Some of us are starting to wonder.""I come from civilization," Lucius retorted. Now pick up the books.” ― Beth Fantaskey, “Lucius paused, turning on his heel to face me. You, in turn, are obligated to accept graciously.” ― Beth Fantaskey, “Where do you. " Frank challenged, puffing his chest, a little bolder now that he could breathe. The name I’d been given at birth, in Eastern Europe, before I’d been adopted and brought to America, rechristened Jessica Packwood.... He was still there, but in the road now, booted feet planted on either side of the double yellow line, arms still crossed, watching the bus drive away. “Antanasia...” Had I really heard him call me by that long- forgotten name?Or maybe I was hearing things, because the word was drowned out by the sound of tires hissing on wet pavement, grinding gears, and the whoosh of the doors as the driver, old Mr. And if he knew that obscure fact, what else did the dark stranger, receding in the mist, know about my past?