Read Paranormal Romance Books Online: The Vampire’s Curse (Book 3 of the Fatal Allure Series) by Martha Woods
It is hard to argue with Damon when we are both standing naked in his bedroom. When we first got together we made the agreement that whenever we were going to fight, all the clothes came off. I am regretting it now because I wanted to stay angry with him but there he is, in all his well-packaged glory, standing there with his hands clenched at his side. Damon is what I like to call naturally handsome. He has messy brown hair and bright green eyes with brown flecks in them. No matter what he does, it always looks like he needs a shave, though I know he shaves every evening before going out to his job – his unusual job of being a vampire hunter. I’m still not sure of the pay rate for that. It is enough to get him the apartment across from me, which he has moved into, leaving his place on the fourth floor for the place that opened up across the hall from mine on the eight. It’s also enough to get food on the table, to pay for expensive hunting equipment. But it’s not as if it’s a federally funded program or something. As far as I know, the government is as ignorant of vampires’ existence as most of the general population – as ignorant as I was half a year ago. All that changed when I ran into a vampire named Vincent when I was investigating a gruesome murder scene.
Vincent is actually the reason for this argument, and for all the arguments that Damon and I seem to be having lately. Ever since I brought him back into my life, helped save him from three nasty vampire sisters known as the Sisters, things just couldn’t go back to the way they were before. Damon came out damaged, and I came out unsure if I really did love him or not.
“Amy, we don’t go hunting for vampires to save them,” Damon says.
“He saved my life, he saved your life. Now he’s in danger and you won’t let me do anything about it,” I snap back, averting my eyes from his chest. I’ve got my arms defensively crossed across my own.