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Jianna raised an eyebrow at the vampire, sitting on the desk and looking at him thoughtfully for a few minutes after he asked his question. "My, my, you certainly are protective over her," she murmured, tapping her chin with a long fingernail before shaking her head. "An hour or so, perhaps. You did break a rather important rule of ours, Nick, whatever your reasons. They're livid she has freedom and could have killed us in our sleep." Jianna noted his accent returning and hid a thin smile. She hadn't heard it in years, since he'd started growing bored with things. Perhaps that pretty little familiar was just what he needed. She'd tried to entice him with girls over the years, worried he was withdrawing, but he'd never paid them so much as a glance, much to her frustration. She'd liked Nick since they met and had taken him under her wing. Apprenticeship turned to friendship.

Vampire or not, she wanted him to be a happy man, not holed up in his office with his antiques and forgeries. Some days she was worried he would go to meet the sun. No, she personally would forgive him this little infraction, if only because that lilt to his words was back. "I'm not sure what to do to keep her safe, Nick. She has to see them, it's part of the rules. She has to convince them she won't betray us and with Rom already barking at them, they're inclined to just throw her over for a feeding." Always remaining cool and collected no matter what the situation, Jianna let out a small sigh. "Perhaps Elliot can go in with her as a sponsor, that's allowed in cases when the familiar has been turned without consent..."

Jianna trailed off, glancing to the door the two familiars had gone through before back to her fellow vampire. "You can't let them know you care about her, Nick, or they'll rip her to shreds for the fun of it. Anyone who has a familiar knows that. Rom and Marie both have informed the Council you're threatened them over her. We're talking a thin line here, Nick. You can heal her up with blood afterwards, at least." Because the girl was in for abuse no matter what they did. It was how the Council did it and not even Jianna could convince them otherwise.

Sitting in the kitchen and eating leftover lasagna she'd made - the frozen kind, since she was a terrible cook - Avery listened to Elliot explain what his 'interview' had been like with a face steadily growing paler. "Why did you go through with it?" she finally asked when he was done. The man shrugged and sat back in his chair, gesturing for her to eat some more before he gave an answer.

"I wanted to be with Jianna. Not....not romantically, although some vampires change a lover to a familiar. Just...with her. A companion is harder to find than a lover, after all." He shrugged again. "Vampires don't turn humans they lust for into other vampires. They're very....territorial. It's happened before, a vampire turns a lover to a vampire. It either ends in death or heartbreak in the end. So a lot of familiars mean something to the vampire, whether it's romantically or through friendship....some even change a relative." Elliot sighed, waiting for her to finish.
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"Because she doesn't deserve this," Nicholas said letting out an unneeded breath looking to Jianna as she spoke to him. "I already tempted her to kill me Jia," He said waving a hand to the comment of her slaughtering them in their sleep. He respected his old mentor turned friend and knew what she was saying was true. He just wasn't ready to hand her to the wolves, and hated that he had no choice one way or another about it.

As she admitted she didn't know what to do to keep Avery safe He grabbed the monitor of his computer ripping the attachment out from the rest of the computer and the wall tossing it against the far wall in frustration, watching it shatter into piece. He needed to get aggression out now before he lost it in front of the council and inadvertently putting Avery more danger then she was already in. "I couldn't let her die, not 'ere not like this, other wises I would have let her drowned in her own blood or drank from her like I did the two men that forced her in 'ere " He growled softly pounding a fist into the deck and denting it slightly before looking up to Jianna. "Will they listen to her or Elliot 'bout her?" he asked raising an eyebrow. "Because they barely listened to Elliot the first time, when ye wanted to turn him" he added looking at her.

"DON'T YE THINK I KNOW THAT ALREADY!?" Nicholas growled louder his accent even more thick then it had been moments about. Avery was the first think...since he could remember to give him joy in life. "I promised she wasn't going to get hurt, I wouldn't allow it and I still wont," he informed the other vampire. "I might be a lowly stable boyo but I am still a man of my word, and I'll keep it if it kills me." he added with a little less growl in him voice. "She doesn't deserve to die because of my weakness" he admitted to his friend. "She especially doesn't deserve to be gifted to Rom and his whore Maire," Nick wasn't sure if Marie was just following Rom because he gave off the illusion of power or she truly hated him as much as Rom did, either way their fight was with Nick and not Avery.

"That is no bases on any thing, we threaten each other every day," he said forcing his anger out of his body. He needed to keep a cool calm about him during the whole interview with the council. "That it's self is easy enough to play off, I might not like their games but I still know 'ow to play 'em." he stood from his seat and looked at Jianna.

"How can she convince 'em that she wouldn't hurt 'em?" Nicholas asked, more importantly how could she convince them with out then having to hurt her.


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Jianna watched the display of temper, a bit shocked and a bit amused. It had been quite some time since he'd felt so strongly over anything and she found it endearing he did over his little familiar. Although, it was also a definite shock to see him so worked up. The vampire propped her chin in the palm of her hand and didn't even flinch when he threw the monitor or growled at her, taking it all in so she could figure out the best way to proceed. "It's a good thing that pretty little girl isn't seeing you like this," she remarked dryly.

"To answer your shout, they may listen to Elliot more. He's been here for centuries now and has proven his own loyalty," she reminded him, completely unruffled. "And they trust me enough that they'll listen to my familiar's opinion on a new one, it may give her enough of an edge." Tapping her index finger against her lip and crossing one leg over the other, Jianna hummed for a few minutes as she considered his last question. "Nick, Elliot can help a little, but....you know how they are. Just give her your blood after, it heals them fast. I can't do anything about that, all I can do is keep them from killing her." She looked at her friend with sympathy, knowing how he felt, and patted his shoulder. "Why did you tempt her to kill you so soon, Nick? I see she didn't, though, luckily for me."

"So there are a lot of reasons people become familiars, then," Avery remarked with a slow nod, resting her chin in her hand. Listening to the man's narrative helped calm her nerves a bit, which had been his intention. "That's good to know, at least. I didn't realize it was so...diverse?" She shrugged at the odd word choice, but he nodded to say he got what she meant.
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"Maybe she should then run away and be spared what she has to go through tonight," Nicholas said letting out a breath as he felt himself calming down. He knew though that he'd never loose his temper around Avery or anyone other than Jianna, plus the council would just send familiars and other vampires to look for her. Also he didn't want to scare her into running just so he could save her from getting hurt.

"But it wont be enough to keep them from hurting her,"
He said feeling small, and broken, a feeling he hadn't felt in years not since he was a boy. "I know he can, it's just archaic what their put through, our dealings should evolve not devolve or remain in the dark ages." He huffed, the council was still stuck in secrets and shadows, when the rest of the world was in lights. "I mean how is it that the human world can change from what we knew as humans to now yet we stay the same through out," He knew what he was talking about was dangerous but thought often were, they were also what made history.

"She still doesn't deserve this no human does or ever did," He finished and nodded his head, he knew Elliot would help her out. Mostly he couldn't bare the way she would end up looking at him after what the council put her through to verify she was trust worthy. "Aye, what other option do I truly 'ave 'ere?" He asked rhetorically and looked at Jianna once more apologetically as she asked his reason to tempting Avery.

"Ye know why, Jia," He said then looked away from her. "I've done everything of interest, I traveled the world more than once, what was left for me to experience but the burn of the sun?" He asked her with a shrug looking back up to her. "Besides I turned her with out her consent, taring her from the world that she knew in a split moment choice in saving her life." He finished, even if he still didn't tell her the full reason on why he'd changed her, he figured that her killing him would make up for ruining her life. At least that was before he knew the life that he'd taken her from.


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"Sure," He said as he nodded to Avery's comment giving her a shrug. "They're really not that different that the rest of the humans." He told her leaning back against the chair he was sitting in. "But instead of marrying, the person that they care for the turn them into us and some times it's not even for love but for the blood that our body supplies. Some do it to remind them of their humanity or because they couldn't stand seeing their sibling all alone. " Elliot told her trying another way to explain. "Although like humans, vampires will turn any one, of any human race not just one."


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What little heart Jianna had went out to her friend at his words. Nick was a gentle fellow, when all was said and done. He could be vicious, of course - he was a vampire. But she had never seen him lose himself in anger or violence for the pleasure of it as so many did. And the knowledge his familiar was going to be hurt because of a choice he made....well, she understood that hurt all-too well. She reached out and rested a hand on his forearm lightly, only for a few seconds, and shook her head.

"No human does. And it is not always a choice they are given. Elliot knew what was expected of him. He is informing your pretty little familiar as we speak. The best you can do right now, Nick, is to simply not make it any worse and heal her when it's done with. She seems like an interesting one. Perhaps she is strong like Elliot and will not change at all," Jianna suggested, aware he was afraid of what would happen afterwards. Some familiars went insane, others gave themselves up to be drained. Usually the relationship was strained or disintegrated altogether. But there were enough vampires and their familiars who had managed to pass through this pain that she felt confident in thinking Nick's little one would.

"Well, I'm pleased she chose not to take vengeance on you," the vampire said dryly. Although it was quite a good thing for Avery she wasn't vindictive towards Nicholas, otherwise she would be dead by now as payment. This little human, maybe she would be good for Nick in more ways than one. It was an intriguing thought to Jianna and only cemented her interest in keeping the girl alive a while longer.

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"I figured they could and would have more than one familiar if they wanted to," Avery agreed, nodding tapping her fingers against the tabletop. The more she heard about everything, the more she sort of just wanted to go and get it over with. Unfortunately, there was a pounding at the door and she looked up, her face growing pale.
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Nicholas looked at Jianna and smiled slightly. She understood him the best out of all but, he also interacted with her on a more personal level then the others. And having her there talking to him and helping him calm down, it did help even if he still didn't like the option of having Avery having to go through that. Not alone at least while he had to stay back and watch with an indifferent look upon his face.

"Damn it," He huffed for the last time hearing the pounding at the door. "They're back already," He let out a little breath. "Shall we get them then?" He said switching from his emotional state to an expressionless one. Time to play of the role he was known for playing. He stood and offered a hand to Jianna to help her up and lead her down the hall to the kitchen where the two familiar's were.

"Are you ready"
Elliot asked looking to Avery as he saw Nicholas and Jianna appeared.

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Avery looked over at the other familiar and shook her head. "No," she replied honestly. "But at least I know what I'll be put through, so, thanks?" She paused when the vampires appeared in the doorway, both looking a bit distant and cool. Her gaze fixed on Nicholas, almost pleadingly - not out of a way to try to guilt him, but simply because she trusted him enough to spare her it if it was possible. Although, from what Elliot said, that was impossible.

"You'll be fine, darling, just do as Elliot tells you to," Jianna assured her, moving to the door after giving the girl a pat on the cheek. She threw it open to see the same familiar from earlier, treating him to a disgusted look. "That was not an hour."

"If she doesn't come with me no, I will use force and dispose of her," the man said calmly, even as Avery winced at the threat. The female vampire just raised an eyebrow and gestured for Elliot to come to the door with her, in case Nick had anything to say to his familiar before they were forced to go.
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"You'll be alright Avery, I'll be there every step of the way for you." Elliot said before fallowing after his mistress to the door.

Nick nodded his thanks to both Jianna and Elliot letting them buy his a little more time with Avery having to act cold, bored and reserved around the others. He looked back at Avery and the pleading look she gave him. "I am sorry," He said honestly not bothering to his his accent from her, he'd hide it again once they started walking to the council. He wished he could do more for her then just give her his blood but knew he couldn't other wise they'd kill her for sure.

"Look after what ever happens tonight, I won't blame ye fur changing ye'r mind about shining the sun in me room" He told her looking at her with nothing but kindness. "I can't stop what their going to do to you but," He added looking to her deep in her eyes hoping she'd catch on to what he wasn't saying. That he was sorry for ruining her life, for putting her through what ever agony she would go through. He should have just made her run once she'd been given his blood and told her to never come back, but her lips...."Once there done with you I'll heal you," He told her knowing it was the stupidest thing he could say but he didn't know what else to say.

"And like Elliot I'll be there for ye, if ye want me to be" He told her gently offering her his hand to walk her to the door. Though before he escorted her out of the kitchen completely he stopped and turned to her. "No matter what ye hear from me or see on me face, know that it's not true." Nicholas warned her wishing he could say more to her but heard the threat against her and tightened his hand around hers and led her out of the kitchen towards Elliot and Jianna.

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His final words did nothing to reassure Avery - instead, they just made her more nervous. She already understood he acted differently in private than he did around other vampires, that was no surprise. But what did he plan on saying or doing to make him warn her like that? She unconsciously squeezed his hand tighter, not sure who she was trying to comfort by doing so. "It's not your fault, well, what they do to me isn't," Avery said quietly, looking back at him and trying to figure out what the look on his face meant. His words about healing her didn't surprise her, as Elliot had explained that, too. "And I still don't think I'd want to burn you up in the sun, Nicholas," she added, right before he tugged her from the kitchen, his fingers securely wrapped around hers.

Jianna took in the gesture with a raised brow, but said nothing of it. It was still odd, to see Nick acting with any sort of affection to anyone, but she supposed she'd grow used to it in time. That was, if the girl survived. For her part, the vampire intended to do whatever was in her power to ensure that. Her friend was already too attached to his little familiar for their own good. She would just have to trust that he was old enough to control himself and let this be done and over with as soon as possible. "There you are, we're all here, so let's get this over with," Jianna ordered, with the arrogant tone of one who was in no mood to wait. The familiar glowered at her, but simply inclined his head and headed down the street.

The building they were taken to was a few miles into the city, a very business-like structure that towered over the others and was clearly the center of the city's focus, if not the center of the city itself. Most paid them no mind as they passed, grown used to the sight of a new familiar after so many times before. Avery considered looking around to try to distract herself, but it didn't work so much as freak her out more, so she focused on breathing instead as they entered the cold building. Even Elliot, used to it, shivered a little and shoved his hands in his pockets. They were taken to an elevator that swept them far beneath the ground and Avery felt like she was being entombed. Jianna tapped her foot on the tiled floor as they waited, seemingly completely uninterested and bored. When it finally stopped, the doors slid open to take them down a long hallway, dimly lit and unadorned. The familiar stopped in front of the doors, a thin smile on his lips.

"You may proceed," he said, as if granting them a favor.
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The only thing Nicholas had meant by his last comment was he had to act detached, uncaring about her fate, in both words, if he were asked questions, and in look. Much like the night when they met. He had trained himself well about hiding his emotions from his face and mostly from his eyes. It was only those who knew him well that would be able to tell his true feelings about what he was witnessing. "Perhaps, but it is my fault that you have to go through this." He told her and smiled softly as she once more told him she wouldn't burn him. He'd wait until after the 'interview' to be sure she still felt that way.

He moved Avery's hand from his own hand to the crook in the elbow leading her as he would if he was a gentleman back in the area he grew up in, as soon as he noticed Jianna's raised brow to his holding Avery's hand. It was a smile gesture that could be chalked up to his human-hood, in fact to play it off even more he offered his free arm Jianna which she took and placed her hand in the crook of his elbow following behind the councilman's familiar.

Nicholas led the two women out of the elevator and started down the hall ignoring the tone in the familiar's voice. "I remember now why I never come here," He said sounding bored with the whole idea of meeting with the council members. "The total lack of interest they supply in these 'events'," He added slowly blinking his eyes showing his ever growing boredom to any one watching them.

Elliot walked quietly beside Avery gently touching her hand with his letting her know that he was there if she needed anything that Nicholas couldn't provide for the time being.
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The doors opened to reveal a circular room, with three chairs on a raised dias at the opposite end. Jianna pulled free from Nicholas' grip and stepped behind them, the vampire and his familiar having to go first. Elliot ambled in after them, seemingly as detached as the two vampires, while Avery had yet to regain any sort of color. This seemingly pleased the Council - two men and a woman, all wrinkled with white hair and pale eyes beyond any color. Even Avery knew that for this, that meant they were ancient.

"So, this is the arrogant little upstart who thought he could bring a mortal into our midst and make her his little pet," the oldest looking man spat. Despite their apperance, all were strong and able-bodied, weak in neither mind nor body. His eyes rested on Avery and she squeaked when she was suddenly jerked from Nicholas' grasp and pulled forward, only inches away from the dias. They studied her, seemingly ignoring the others, for a ong few minutes. She just stared back at them, shaking a little, and not trying to free herself from the invisible claws that were digging into her skin. Elliot had warned her what would happen if she tried.

"A pretty little specimen, eh, Jianna?" the female remarked, glancing at the other vampire.

"Nicholas has nothing but the finest of tastes, m'lady," the vampire replied with a thin smile that flashed a fang. "My own familiar has spent quite some time with her and deems her appropriate. And you know Elliot is just as particular as I about the company he keeps."

Eyes rested on the male familiar for a moment, who just bowed in return. "Ah, yes, the little brat," the female remarked dryly. Her attention turned to Nicholas, as did the two other Council members, even as Avery was held in place.

"Well, Nicholas? What do you have to say for yourself? Why should we spare this little girl when you've flaunted your disregard for our rules so openly?" the other male sneered, more than ready to just dispose of the former mortal and be done with it. But the other two favored Jianna and were more inclined to grant the 'boy' a chance to explain himself, if only for amusement.
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Nicholas didn't flinch when Avery was pulled from his arm. He moved and held his hands behind his back while they spoke to Jianna and insulted him. He would have been slightly amused to the witless insult but figured that he was already out of favor with the council and buy laughing the the oldest council member would put Avery in more danger then she was already in. So he kept his look neutral, his face passive.

He looked around the council room while the spoke only pulling his gaze back to the council when they addressed him directly. "I was bored," He said simply with a shrug looking at them with a bored look. "Life has gotten boring, and before that had never wanted or had a familiar, though now to want the excitement in life you three seem to keep so well," He added with dripping sarcasm in his tone mixed with his boredom for life. "I on a whim decided to change a human use to solidify our monstrous reputation." He said waving his hand emphasizing his boredom as he recounted the basic event of the other night.

"As I am sure Rom and Marie had already said, I dispatched the two intruding men dragging her," He said tilting his head towards Avery before looking back to the council. "Into our territory in the hopes that she would be drained and left out on the street for the human world to televise," He said moving around the room and slightly brushing against Avery to silently let her know she was doing good before continuing his walk keeping his hands behind his back. "So instead of killing to stupid girl I fed her some of my blood," He told them standing closely to the dais. "It was for nothing more then pure boredom of life and her being in the wrong place at the wrong time" Nicholas finished turning his back on the council and Avery looking to Jianna if she could buy the story so would the council. He quietly hopped.
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Jianna didn't quite buy his little story, smelling a rat in there somewhere. She knew Nicholas wouldn't be so heartless as to rip a mortal from her life unless there was something that gave him good reason to do so. That, and she'd heard how he'd given her his blood - kissing? Most unusual for her friend. But as for her being in the wrong place at the wrong time....that was certainly true. So she kept her face impassive, knowing the Council would be waiting for her reaction, and shrugged. "Familiars have been made for worse reasons. I'm rather glad, if it keeps another of us from going to meet the sun out of something as stupid as boredom," she said curtly. She remained to the side, arms crossed and a bored look on her face.

"Yes, they mentioned such a thing. I suppose you should be commended for removing the problem, if you hadn't stumbled on them by sheer accident," the man sneered. Nicholas had saved them from a bit of public drama they didn't need right now, it was true. That was the only reason they had given him any benefit of the doubt, truth be told, that and Jianna's endorsement. Everyone knew the female vampire wasn't given to charitable works, especially when it came to other vampires. He glanced over to the new familiar, squeezing just a bit harder to see if she would object or not. She just whimpered a bit, but nothing more. Good. A familiar had to be able to tolerate pain, both from her master and other vampires. They weren't allowed to kill a vampire, even if self-defense, although some things were sometimes overlooked. Vampires usually sent a familiar to deal with such issues anyway.

The female looked over at them and absently waved a hand. "We will speak to the little girl now, you may go," she ordered. She waited until the three left to settle back in her chair and peer at Avery. "I am sure the brat has explained to you what is going to happen," she said conversationally, a whisper of pain beginning to stroke Avery's arm. "As a familiar, you are harder to break than a mortal. That, of course, only means we are able to exert much more pressure until you do." A narrow cut appeared on her cheek, a trickle of blood dripping down her neck. "We must be sure you won't spill our secrets to anyone else. If we allow you to live, of course."

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A few hours later, out in the hall, Jiana allowed herself a grimace when they heard Avery scream. "She lasted longer than I thought," she allowed. "Of course, they always wait until the end for the worst. They may let her live if they waited so long," she offered, trying to placate her friend. She was concerned what they would do to Nick, it was clear they were going to punish him in some way for his infraction to serve as a lesson to others, no matter if they believed his reasoning or not.
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Nicholas was about to comment and suggest that the council let Avery go and let him deal with the punishment. But that would have been a bad choice, would contradict his story and show that he cared for her one some level so he just boredly smiled and bowed his head following Jianna and Elliot out of the council room.

His hands were balled into tight fists by the time the doors shut behind him only tightening as time went by.

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Nicholas had closed his eyes listening to the sounds of pain Avery was going through in there all alone. He didn't know much about what happened in those interviews just that they were painful and the familiar didn't often come out the same as they were going in. To her screaming, Nick had dug his nails into the palms of his skin so deeply that he'd started bleeding. He could feel the dead read liquid dripping from between his fingers and falling to the floor. "Promise me somefink will ye," He said in a low whisper letting his accent show while he kept his eyes closed. "Take care of her no matter what 'appens, ye'll take care of her and protect her" He asked keeping his voice low so that only the female vampire and her familiar could hear him.

He knew he was going to be punished, he just hopped that Avery would be alright and safe with out him. He opened his eyes long enough to see Elliot nodding his head agreeing to Nicholas' request.

It wasn't long after that that he was called back into the room.

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Jianna nodded, her own eyes closed to feign boredom. In truth, it was to hide the sympathy she felt at seeing her friend's pain. She had never seen him so unraveled and it was irritating the normally-poweful vampire that she was helpless to intervene. But any show of favoritism would only make things worse. The Council was vindictive and took pleasure in inflincting pain on whomever they could, their cruelty honed by ancient powers and thousands of years of experience using them. "Of course, Nick," she assured him softly. It was stupid to point out that only his blood could heal the girl now, any other vampire trying to heal her with theirs would hurt her, cause more pain. But as Nick had always looked out for Elliot, especially when he was young and vulnerable, she would do the same.

By the time the vampire was called back into the room, Avery was on her hands and knees, trying to breathe regularly. The pain they had inflicted had been more mental than physical and she'd suffered mostly scratches and bruises, although one had snapped her leg when she had taken too long to start screaming. She was dimly aware when Nicholas came in, but was unable to do more than try not to move much and feel the searing pain shoot through her broken leg. The Council watched him carefully for a reaction - whether they were satisfied or not with the the one they got was impossible to tell.

"You're to be locked in a cell as punishment for your stupidity," the man said, without preamble. "You can keep your little pet as long as she behaves herself - and you behave yourself," he added darkly. The familiar was probably as strong-willed as her master. If Nicholas had ever shown the slightest hint of ambition, they would have killed her just to ensure he knew not to overstep his bounds. As he had seemed content to stay to himself for all these years, however, he was getting off lightly. "You will remain there for a week." What they neglected to tell him was that the cell was on holy grounds beneath a church and there would be inflicted a special sort of torment for the undead man.

Avery wasn't sure what was going to happen to her while Nicholas was gone, but she didn't bet on her odds of surviving the week. Not if those two vampires had anything to say about it, with that serious a grudge going on. She glanced up at the vampire, feeling more like a liability than anything else right now.

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