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A Blessed Curse: A Young Adult Vampire Romance Story (Lillian the Vampire (1))

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  • Sales Rank:1,582,811
  • Format:Kindle eBook
  • Language:English (Published)
  • Media:Kindle Edition
  • Pages:7
  • Publication Date:February 11, 2013
  • ASIN:B00BF17588


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Lillian just moved to a small town in Indiana. Her parents were determined they were going to do whatever they could to keep their seventeen year old from spiraling out of control. Lillian was deeply hurt by all the assumptions they were making about her Goth look and crazy new friends. She now had no else to turn to and was just raged about leaving everything behind. But somehow, through some coincidence, she receives an instant message on her computer and sees Brandon’s beautiful face for the first time. Lillian decides to meet him but has no idea that meeting Brandon would change her life forever. He offers her a world of no pain and tears. Could this be exactly what she needs, right now? And was meeting Brandon, love at first sight?
A BLESSED CURSE is the first story in the exciting new series LILLIAN THE VAMPIRE. Can a young girl desperate to find her place in world survive a real and new change? Can she actually focus on starting a new life by looking to the past? Can she find love where others find darkness?
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Lillian got dressed and paid special attention to her makeup. She wanted to look nothing short of perfect for Brandon. She laughed at the thought that she was putting in so much effort to look good for a guy she never met, but he was very cute. With her eyes perfectly smudged and hair twisted in two tight yet messy knots on the top of her head, she was ready to go. She looked at her cell and smiled. It was time for her to go. She snuck out of her window and started to follow the directions that Brandon gave her. As she walked she smiled from the sound her boots made as they crushed the snow. She looked up into the sky and noticed that the moon was full and had a slight red smoke ring around it. “Blood in the moon” she said to herself and continued her way down the street towards the club. In less than ten minutes she heard the music and saw the lights in the sky. Her heart was beating so fast and she just wanted to run the rest of the way to the club. She sent Brandon a text telling him that she was just down the road and will be there very soon. He responded and told her that he would be waiting at the door wearing a black trench coat that had chains all over it. Lillian picked up her pace and was now just feet away from the front door, and she saw him.

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