Darren’s voice rumbled over her as she opened her eyes. She expected to see sunlight, but heavy curtains were drawn across the room’s one window, and she opened her eyes wider as she remembered why. She’d spent the night with a vampire.
“Is it safe for you to be up here during the day?” she asked. The room wasn’t sunlit, but it wasn’t completely dark either.
“I’m safe enough out of direct sunlight,” he explained.
She curled in closer to him, expecting to feel his skin, but the fabric of his shirt rubbed against her back. She rolled over.
His hair was still rumpled, and she wanted to run her hands through it, to reassure herself he was real. Since when have you come to believe he’s real? a voice in her head asked.
Since last night was beyond my wildest dreams.
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