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The first prize is a Cooke Lee Bracelet, a Starbucks gift card and a download of Vampire Bay.
Second prize: A paper copy of Moon Watchers
Third prize: A paper copy of Vampire Island
I gasped in disbelief then flew out of the SUV. “Sam.”
He ran toward me. I jumped in his arms and wrapped my legs around his waist. He clutched me and spun around in circles.
“Missed ya, Squirt.” His mouth found mine, warm and firm. My head spun from more than the dizzy circle we turned in.
An angry bat screeched and dive bombed my head. I came back to reality with a thump. “We better get on the porch.” I tried to squirm down but he clutched me and raced up the steps.
Sam whirled around, holding me effortlessly. My boyfriend’s of the lithe variety, slender, not muscle-bound, but strong. “You won’t get her, you bastard,” he snarled.
My heart dropped. “Uncle told you,” I whispered.
I shrugged out of his grasp and walked to the end of the veranda and back then faced him. “Tell you what? I’m in love with you, Sam, but oh by the way, I’m attracted to a bat. Attracted enough, I have to fight being turned.”
At that moment the bat swooped down and hung in the air in front of me, motionless except for his wings. His crimson eyes glowed. I’d swear in invitation.
I hate bats. They make my skin crawl. But as if hypnotized I started to step off the porch toward my destiny.
Sam shoved me back and leaped over the rail and off the porch. The spell broke. “Get back, Sam.” I raced down the steps.
“Stay on the porch, Zoe,” Sam commanded.
The bat shape shifted. The dark-haired vamp stood in front of Sam. And in that moment I could see my attraction. They are so very similar, both tall and lean and powerful.
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