A Castle of Sand (A Shade of Vampire, Book 3) by Bella Forrest

By Bella Forrest

What Sofia has with Derek appears like a sandcastle; transitority and anything that the waves of existence and time will quickly ruin...

Since the go back of Gregor Novak, the island has grew to become a number of colors darker. His hatred towards Sofia and thirst for clean blood bring about a brutal struggle igniting among father and son.

Meanwhile, the hunters are gaining ambitious energy and assets by way of the day; they comprehend that the security of The colour hangs totally on its skill to stay hidden from them.

And a sinister mystery lies in look forward to Sofia in the bowels of an Egyptian desert... a mystery that threatens to weigh down her sandcastle a lot ahead of she can have expected

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Yeah. Yeah. Maybe I’ll—” I glanced at the clock. The bell for second period would ring in ten minutes. ” “Okay, dear. ” I pushed my way through them and out of the office, breaking into a run until I hit the front door of the school. Outside, the air was cold and bracing. In the sharp, clear morning, it was easier to see that it had simply been a dream. A vivid, nightmarish dream but a dream nonetheless. That’s all it was, I thought and hurried inside as the bell clanged. 38 Winter Falls On the way to second period, I met Jenny in the hall.

The noise level dropped a decibel. “The grant I applied for from the Board of Ed has come through. ” squealed Jenny, and she wasn’t the only one. I twisted in my seat to meet Jenny’s smiling face and clapped. Carly bounded out of her chair and joined us. ” Jenny crowed, and we all laughed. The whole class was in an uproar, shouting and whistling. I glanced over my shoulder at Jonah, who doodled absently in his notebook with a bemused grin. “Okay, quiet, everyone,” Madame Dubois called out, but it took a few minutes for everyone to return to their seats.

Other than the rapid pounding of my heart, I seemed to be okay. “No, I’m fine. ” I tried to smile. ” The secretaries clustered around me. Their motherly concern was smothering. “Yeah. Yeah. Maybe I’ll—” I glanced at the clock. The bell for second period would ring in ten minutes. ” “Okay, dear. ” I pushed my way through them and out of the office, breaking into a run until I hit the front door of the school. Outside, the air was cold and bracing. In the sharp, clear morning, it was easier to see that it had simply been a dream.

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