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Meant to Be: A Young Adult Vampire Romance (Lillian the Vampire (3))

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  • Sales Rank:1,705,749
  • Format:Kindle eBook
  • Language:English (Published)
  • Media:Kindle Edition
  • Pages:7
  • Publication Date:February 11, 2013
  • ASIN:B00BF1CA0Q


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Brandon can’t believe his eyes. Lillian possesses powers that no other vampire has, no other vampire then Corbin, that is. Brandon knew that once Corbin found out about Lillian, he would want to keep her for himself. But there was no way of hiding it. Corbin was already in his thoughts. He gave Brandon a choice; either to let her go into his care or to be crushed into powder. All Brandon could think about was waking up next to her that morning. And he knew that night they had spent together, in his crypt, would be his last. Does Brandon let Lillian go completely, or does he risk being destroyed forever?
MEANT TO BE is the third story in the exciting new series LILLIAN THE VAMPIRE. It continues the story of Lillian and Brandon that began with: A BLESSED CURSE, and A THIRST FOR BLOOD. 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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Brandon just looked at her and after a few moments he let her go. He knew she was right and hated the fact that her senses were stronger than his. He knew he had to regain his composure and make sure that she didn’t mess anything up. She had only hunted once before but she followed his instructions to a tee. He watched as Lillian closed her eyes and soon two young runaway females walked out into the open. It was as if they were being called out, and he knew it was Lillian. He had never known of a fledgling that had those strong of powers so quick! This could be a very bad thing in the long run he thought, but only time would tell. He watched as the two young girls were now standing in front of Lillian, and as if she spoke, one of the girls nodded her head and got to her knees. Brandon could not believe what he was seeing! She could sense her prey, locate and draw them out as well as instruct them to do her bidding. This was amazing and frightening at the same time. He knew of only one other immortal who had this power and that was Corbin. Brandon knew that if Corbin found out he may keep her to himself or even destroy her. Lillian slowly turned her head and the way the moonlight kissed her cheek and the way she now stared at him set his mind as ease. Lillian beckoned for him to come to her side and feed upon the young girl that was on her knees.

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