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“What happened to your hand, Zoe?” Uncle’s voice was controlled, his face expressionless except for the intense gleam of his eyes as he stared into mine.
I broke eye contact. “I don’t know.”
“Let me see it.” The azure of his eyes deepened as he stared at me. I bit my lip and fought his magnetic gaze.
“Why?” Uneasy, I tapped my fingers against my thighs.
“Zoe, those are fang marks.”
I heard the exquisite agony in his voice.
“You aren’t going to kill me are you, Uncle?” I whispered as I pressed back against the seat. In spite of the toasty warmth in the little pub goose bumps popped to the surface of my chilled skin.
“For God’s sake, Zoe,” he said roughly. “Tell me what happened? What could have possibly happened?” He placed his elbows on the table and clutched his head.
I noticed he didn’t say he wouldn’t kill me. “I dreamed a bat bit me,” I said in a low voice.