“I'm younger than most of the other students, but, to tell you the truth, I feel so much older than most of them, sometimes I want to scream.”
“She didn't like puzzles. She had no idea where she was, only that she was ill and had strange dreams of a dark prince taking her blood and tying her to him for all time.”
“A few centuries? Just how old are you, anyway? Wait! Don't answer that. I don't want to know. Just stop talking to me. This is crazy. I must be on very powerful drugs, and soon I'll wake up in the hospital, and everything will be back to normal. I made you up. What I'm going to do is ignore you and take a bath. Vampires and you are gone forever from my mind. So don't talk to me.”
“I knew better. I knew I wouldn't want to hear this. Nearly two thousand years, you say? That would make you way old. You're right—you're far too old for me. Couldn't you at least look wrinkled and dusty, with most of your teeth missing?”
“Overload, Lucian. I can't take in any more. Let's do something normal. I don't know what normal people do, do you?”
“She watched him turn back to the computer screen. He seemed very intrigued by his work, although she had no clue what he was doing. Once she saw that he received e-mail from Gabriel, his twin. Two of them like this in the world! That was a scary thought.”
“Fog. In the house. Of course there was fog in Lucian's house. Wasn't fog in everyone's house?”
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