Vampire Games [NOOK Book]

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She?s seen the past?

OWEA Agent Beatrice Davis is haunted by the death visions that help her solve crimes. When Detective Claude Desmarais, her vampire ex-lover, asks for her assistance on a case, she?d rather help him than take the mandated leave to stave off her burn-out.

The truth won?t stay buried?

Pressed to solve a series of crimes before the perpetrator blows the vampire world apart, Claude turns to a...

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Overview



She’s seen the past…

OWEA Agent Beatrice Davis is haunted by the death visions that help her solve crimes. When Detective Claude Desmarais, her vampire ex-lover, asks for her assistance on a case, she’d rather help him than take the mandated leave to stave off her burn-out.

The truth won’t stay buried…

Pressed to solve a series of crimes before the perpetrator blows the vampire world apart, Claude turns to a woman he thought he’d been able to leave behind. But he was wrong, and his feelings for her will only bring trouble in an investigation this dangerous.

As their passions reignite, they see a possible future together. Until her visions show her the face of the murderer—a man Claude can never betray.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781622661428
  • Publisher: Entangled Publishing, LLC
  • Publication date: 10/28/2013
  • Series: Entangled Ever After , #2
  • Sold by: Macmillan
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 146
  • Sales rank: 129,975
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author



Tiffany Allee currently lives in Phoenix, AZ, by way of Chicago and Denver, and is happily engaged to a secret romantic. She spends her days working in Corporate America while daydreaming about sexy heroes, butt-kicking heroines, and interesting ways to kill people—for her books, of course. Her nights are reserved for writing and bothering her fiancé and cats (according to them). Her passions include reading, chocolate, travel, wine, and family.

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  • Posted December 27, 2013

    Claude Desmaris, a vampire, and member of the Chicago Paranormal

    Claude Desmaris, a vampire, and member of the Chicago Paranormal Unit, has need of some special assistance. Assistance that only an old friend can provide. Beatrice is the one he needs. Talented in psychometry, Beatrice can provide clues to the evidence he has in his possession. Evidence that could bring down the son of a very powerful vampire in Chicago. A vampire that Claude believes to be guilty of unspeakable crimes.
    Beatrice is an investigator for the OWEA, the Otherworlder Enforcement Agency, in St. Louis. However, currently, she is on a leave of absence, and is bored. When Claude appears at her door, a vision from her past, he brings with him the possibility of intrigue and excitement. And something to occupy her mind and her time, and maybe her lonely heart as well.
    Through danger, intrigue and multiple twists and turns, Claude and Beatrice wind their way through the wicked plot created by an evil vampire. As they try to unravel the mystery of the evidence that Claude has, not only do they find evil, they solve not one mystery, but two. But, will they be able to work through more than just the mysteries, but the pain and sorrow of the past to find happiness and love in the future?
    This was a really good read! Fascinating from the beginning, the characters are well written, and the plot flows well from beginning to end. This was the first novel I’ve read by Ms. Allee, and I plan to read more! I would definitely recommend this book and encourage others who like paranormal romance to give it a try!
    4 stars

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  • Posted December 8, 2013

    Usually I don¿t like reading books that are part of a series, b

    Usually I don’t like reading books that are part of a series, because if you haven’t read the other books, then you end up completely lost. Thankfully though, that was NOT the case with this book. Granted they do talk about things that I am assuming happened in the other books, but it was done in a way that you don’t end up confused.
    I enjoyed that the book was more of a thriller than anything else. There was a ton of action that takes place, and it kept me turning the pages. I think that the characters were written very well, especially Beatrice. You couldn’t help but feel for her while she was going through dealing with the side effects of her “powers”.
    Overall this was a very quick read and I did enjoy it. I will be sure to check out other books by the author in the future.

    *Received an ARC for honest review*

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  • Posted November 14, 2013

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    Do you believe in second chances? If so, then you should read th

    Do you believe in second chances? If so, then you should read this book. Along with the romance it has plenty of action and a bit of a mystery. Vampire Games is the fourth book in the Files of the Otherworlder Enforcement Agency, but it can be read as a stand-alone story. This is the first book in the series that I’ve read, and I did not have any problems keeping up with what was happening. It kept me engrossed until the very end, but if you want to know what happened between Beatrice and Claude before this point, then you might want to read this series in order. 

    Beatrice Davis is an OWEA Agent, and deals with violent visions whenever she touches an item that was involved in a crime. She has been ordered to take some time off due to the stress of her job. When her vampire ex-lover, Claude knocks on her door she is a bit surprised but agrees to meet with him. After meeting with him and holding an object that he has with him she’s not sure if she can walk away without helping because the vision she sees is one she has been seeing for a very long time. Will Claude believe her when she tells him the person she sees is the man Claude would never suspect? Or betray.

    Claude Desmairis is a detective with the police department’s paranormal unit. He is determined to solve a series of crimes before the person who is responsible destroys the vampire world as they know it. Not knowing who to trust he wants to keep the investigation a secret, but he knows that the one person he can share the details of the case with is Beatrice. He thought he’d gotten over walking away from the relationship they had, but as they work this case their passion reignites. As they start thinking that they might actually have a future together they never imagined it might just tear them apart forever. 

    I received an e-ARC of this book for free from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. 

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  • Posted November 8, 2013

    When OWEA agent Beatrice Davis is awakened in the wee hours of t

    When OWEA agent Beatrice Davis is awakened in the wee hours of the morning by a knock on her door, the last person who she expects to encounter is her vampire ex-lover, Claude Desmairis. Claude is also one of the last people she wants to see, but Beatrice has a secret power: she has visions of deaths that assist her in crime solving, and Claude desperately needs her help. As they work together, old sparks start flying again, making Beatrice wonder if maybe, this time around, she and Claude might have a shot. 
    This novella will definitely keep you on your toes! Balancing suspense with romance, Allee tells the story of two ex-lovers who struggle to stay professional and focus on the case that they need to solve, despite the lingering attraction that they feel for each other. She does a good job of portraying the romantic tension between them. As for the mystery, there are some really great plot twists involved in this, especially near the end. 
     
    Be warned, this book is graphic in multiple ways! The language is frequently vulgar - the book is littered with f-bombs, and as I've mentioned in some of my other reviews, I view excessive profanity as a sign of weak writing, because I feel that there are usually more eloquent and tasteful means of expression, even in times of volatile anger. There are also some pretty violent scenes and the sex scenes are fairly explicit, as well. Allee makes no claims to target a young audience, but if you are sensitive to vulgar language, violence, or sex, you may want to skip this. 
     
    Prior to reading this, I did not realize it was part of a series, and as a result, I was definitely confused at times. There were some instances where Allee very briefly explained certain key elements of background information, such as the fuction of the OWEA and the nature of interactions between humans and supernatural creatures. However, I am confident that if you read the other three books in the series prior to reading this book, you won't experience any of these problems. While it is possible to understand the gist of the story without reading the other books, I think that it would definitely be helpful to read them beforehand and if I have time, I would eventually like to read the rest of the series. 
     
    I wish that this book had been written as a novel rather than a novella. I think that it has really great potential as a full-length novel - Allee could have gone more in-depth with the mystery, as well as the romance between Claude and Beatrice. I feel that because of the brevity of the story, the romance was very rushed and felt undeveloped. I wish that Allee had chosen to write a longer story so that she could have developed these elements more. 
     
    Overall, this is a quick but satisfying read! It meets all of the requirements of a novella and if you're looking for something that you can start and finish in a brief amount of time, but still have a good story, I think that this would be a good pick for you. 
     
    Disclaimer: I received an advance review copy of this novella from Entangled Publishing, but in no way did this influence my review of the book. 

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  • Posted November 6, 2013

    Man is it HOT HOT HOT in here! I received an advanced copy of t

    Man is it HOT HOT HOT in here! I received an advanced copy of this book and it was amazing!! It was so great I had to purchase the other 3 books in the series I got HOOKED! I highly recommend that if you are going to read this book 1. You have nothing else planned for the day (it’s THAT good) and that you are comfortable because it gets down right MOLTEN HOT in some of the scenes you know you just read a smoldering sex scene when YOU want a smoke after reading it and this book had no shortages of those.

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  • Posted November 6, 2013

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    Another great book by Tiffany Allee. I have loved all the books

    Another great book by Tiffany Allee. I have loved all the books I have read from her. I will definitely be reading more in this series.

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  • Posted November 5, 2013

    OWEA agent Beatrice Davis is on a leave from her job when Detect

    OWEA agent Beatrice Davis is on a leave from her job when Detective Claude Desmairis ask for her help in a case. She has a gift that will come in handy with this case. While she would rather stay busy helping Claude has a few problems. He is her ex lover and this case seems to have ties with someone from her brothers death. She has to work through her feelings for Claude and help sole the case. It is a dangerous case that has a vampire wanting to change things and it may be the death for Beatrice and Claude before they can have a future together.




    Beatrice is someone who jumps into situations without thinking. She is good at her job but takes risk that put her in danger. She is smart, sexy and very stubborn. I liked her cause she does have a few flaws but never afraid to jump in and help when she cans. Claude is the sexy vampire who had a job to do. He is very loyal to his friends and doesn't want to believe anything bad about them. He is also fighting his feelings for Beatrice because he doesn't want anything to happen to her.




    I have only read one other book by this author but I loved it. I have to say this is another one to add to the list of books I loved. I am going to get the other books the author has because I love the world she creates. She has wonderful characters that you grow to love and some to hate as you read. This book has danger in it as they are trying to solve the case. Both Claude and Beatrice have to face the fact that all they believe may not be true. They work well together most of the time. Sometimes they jump into things but it makes them more real. Along with vampires you get several other paranormal creatures to enjoy. Claude and Beatrice are very good together in other ways they just have to learn to trust each other and let go of the things keeping them apart. They have to fight for their lives and while I saw some of the ending coming I still highly enjoyed this book. If you want a great author to add to your auto read list put this one on yours I did. This is an amazing paranormal romance book with a great story.

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  • Posted November 4, 2013

    Agent Beatrice Davis is an agent for The Otherworlder Enforcemen

    Agent Beatrice Davis is an agent for The Otherworlder Enforcement Agency. She can touch an object and see visions that help solve crimes. She has been on leave. Her last case is still playing havoc with her senses, but she is restless. Work is her life. Things change when Claude Desmarais, a Chicago detective, arrives at her door with a branding iron that he needs her to check out. Her vision shocks her. It shows that there is a connection with her brother. Eddie vanished when she was 9 years old. She is determined to work with Claude, her former vampire lover, and get to the truth. Can these two reconcile their past and find a future together? Can they solve this deadly mystery before they are killed? This story is filled with so much danger and mystery. The action is non-stop and the surprises sneak up on you. Beatrice and Claude fight their attraction. They are still passionately in love but Beatrice is no damsel in distress. When this feisty lady tangles with Claude the sparks fly. He is a powerful Vampire who wants to protect her but she won't let him. I read this book in one sitting. It's that good.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 3, 2013

    First I have to say, I liked the book but I think it would







    First I have to say, I liked the book but I think it would have been better if I had read a book of "Files of the Otherworlder Enforcement Agency before - so I would have a better insight on the world building.

    this story expects from its reader that you already know a lot of this world - which was a drawback for me but I think it so interesting that I will read the first book of this series as well.

    the idea about the Beatrice was great - she can read the last emotional impression on an item. Claude, a old vampire who works for the Agency and with whom she had a relationship, comes to her for help regarding a murder case. but a lot of things are off and Beatrice stays with Claude to discover the background of this case. this brings them more together and their feelings for each other grow again and there are some hot scenes in there

    the book is written from Beatrices view and we learn during the story a lot about her history and how she became like she is. unfortunately the same is not true for Claude - there were a lot of questions about him, which were not answered thoroughly enough for me.
    the same is for their relationship, it was a permanent up-and-down and the last hurdle was in my opinion rather neglected.

    All in all it was a nice and interesting read and I will definitely read more from this author


    I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review

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  • Posted November 1, 2013

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    She¿s seen the past¿ OWEA Agent Beatrice Davis is haunted by th

    She’s seen the past…

    OWEA Agent Beatrice Davis is haunted by the death visions that help her solve crimes. When Detective Claude Desmairis, her vampire ex-lover, asks for her assistance on a case, she’d rather help him than take the mandated leave to stave off her burn-out.

    The truth won’t stay buried…

    Pressed to solve a series of crimes before the perpetrator blows the vampire world apart, Claude turns to a woman he thought he’d been able to leave behind. But he was wrong, and his feelings for her will only bring trouble in an investigation this dangerous.

    As their passions reignite, they see a possible future together. Until her visions show her the face of the murderer—a man Claude can never betray.

    Review:

    I swear, I must have a beacon attracting me to non first books in a series...LOL. This book really can be a stand alone, they do make references to past events and people, but at no time did I feel lost.

    This is the second book I have read of Ms. Allee's and I really enjoyed it. It is a quick read, and the action and story keep you interested until the end. I will go back and read the others in the series.

    After years on not seeing each other Claude basically shows up on Beatrice's door step asking for her help as a Pyschometrist on a case he is working on. Long ago they had worked together and had an affair, and then to "protect" her, well of course the man did it badly...lol Claude has lots of regrets and Beatrice is trying to not get hurt again because she has never really stopped loving him. She is a strong character who holds her own against an alpha male, which I enjoy. We get hints about who is the person behind the brandings and killings, so you can figure out who it is, but it is an enjoyable mystery that keeps you entertained and reading. What happens at the ends was tense and little of a shocker.

    Overall, a great book that I would recommend and will seek out the other books in the series.

    4 stars

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  • Posted October 31, 2013

    This was the first book I have read by Tiffany Allee and I enjoy

    This was the first book I have read by Tiffany Allee and I enjoyed it. It kept my attention and I found that it was an easy read that didn't contain anything that was too complex or dark. It was a light read with some mystery and suspense that I found was enough to keep my interest. The two main characters, Claude and Beatrice, do have a past and while the story did contain what I would call light romance it wasn't too intense or overly descriptive with the scenes.
    This is a paranormal book with vampires, witches and other characters within the story that have supernatural abilities. I really enjoyed this book and I have recommended it to others as well. I did receive an ARC in exchange for an honest review.

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  • Posted October 30, 2013

    Beatrice sees visions that helps her solve mysteries. She is on

    Beatrice sees visions that helps her solve mysteries. She is on a mandated leave to help save her sanity but her ex lover who is also a vampire comes to her for help she can't refuse him even though she would like to.

    Claude is researching a series of murders under the radar as he believes there is a mole within his division. He needs Beatrice's help to see the murderer clearly.

    She has never stopped loving him, and he realizes he should have never given her up. They fight crime and fight together. Great book.

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  • Posted October 30, 2013

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    The fourth File from the Otherworlder Enforcement Agency is a fa

    The fourth File from the Otherworlder Enforcement Agency is a fast and entertaining read.
    Beatrice’s vampire ex-lover asks her for help with a case and she’s glad to help him out because she is on forced leave to keep from burn out on her job as OWEA agent.  Claude is investigating a case that could prove his friend’s son is guilty than more than his father knows and he hopes that Beatrice’s gift can help with that, but he certainly didn’t plan on putting her in danger.
    The author has created an exciting paranormal world full of action, intrigue, romance and drama.  The sparks between Beatrice and Claude fly off the pages, but they need a little help in the romance department due to the past. The tension builds between them throughout the story and the sex between them is hot and steamy and well written.  
    The conflict is well defined leaving the reader no doubt as to the motivations and the emotions of the characters involved.  The fast paced plot keeps the reader engaged with the story and the author describes the final battle with great intensity bringing it to life for the reader.
    There were a couple of instances when the story switched speakers and I wasn’t sure who was talking, but it was only once or twice and I easily got it figured out.  Otherwise I found the book to be a captivating and intriguing read and I will definitely be reading the other Files from the OWEA.  

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  • Posted October 29, 2013

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    You'll want to play along with this vampire in Tiffany Allee's n

    You'll want to play along with this vampire in Tiffany Allee's newest Files from the Otherworlder Enforcement Agency book.
    Set in Chicago, Tiffany Allee's Files from the Otherworlder Enforcement Agency (OWEA) series is really enjoyable. I received a copy of book four, Vampire Games, to review and, of course, had to get books one through three (Banshee Charmer, Succubus Lost, Lycan Unleashed) to read first. Wow! I'm so glad I did. Allee has created really interesting characters, an arcing story line throughout the four books, and fascinating investigations into otherworldly crimes, mixed in with some very steamy romantic action.
    First introduced in book one, Chicago police detective and vampire Claude Desmairisis the focus of book four. In each of the three books we have glimpses of him and he is mysterious and powerful - powerful enough to be a contender with the Magister, leader of the Chicago-area vampires. First seen in book two, Succubus Lost, OWEA Agent and psychometrist Beatrice Davis is a striking red-head whose prior history with Claude is revealed in the first chapter when he comes to her for help.
    Bea and Claude's story, whether she can trust him both with her heart and life again, is the focus of the book along with their investigation into a branding iron that Claude and his partner Astrid (her story is told in book three, Lycan Unleashed) found. 
    I really enjoyed Vampire Games and do hope there are more books in the series to come. Once I began reading the series, I confess, I wanted to know more about Claude (Allee knows how to tease the reader with fascinating details very successfully). I won't give away details, but in addition to alpha vamp Claude, one of the things I enjoyed about this book was learning more about Bea and getting to actually like her. (Before this her only appearance was crashing Marisol and Valerio's hotel room like a red-haired Valkyrie.) 
    The "otherworldly" details in Allee's books, witchcraft, psychometry, shamanism, etc. are fascinating. There is enough grittiness in each of the four investigations to believe in this special investigative department of the Chicago Police force, but to my mind there wasn't a great deal of emphasis on the Otherworlder Enforcement Agency, which seems like a paranormal FBI unit. Something to look forward to, I'm sure.
    I would highly recommend Tiffany Allee's Files from the Otherworlder Enforcement Agency series to all fans of paranormal romance and suspense. You won't want to leave a page unturned and, probably like me, will read these four books straight through. They're fun, interesting, suspenseful, and romantic. 
    [I received a copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.] 

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  • Posted October 28, 2013

    Vampire Games by Tiffany Allee Beatrice is a psychometrist with

    Vampire Games by Tiffany Allee

    Beatrice is a psychometrist with the ability to read psychic imprints from objects.
    Claude Desmarais is a vampire cop. As a member of the Chicago Paranormal Unit, he’d solved several high-profile crimes that had made the national news. He's asked for help from Beatrice on a confidential, potentially hazardous problem. She sees a face from her past with her abilities and is drawn into the investigation. But it will be strictly hands off in terms of working with Claude. He hurt her in the past and she has no intention of revisiting that emotion.

    Written in the first person format this intense paranormal mystery thriller was very interesting. This full depth world is well written with humans and non living together and an Otherworld police unit that monitors and investigates crime. I really liked the complexity of Beatrice although we find out very little about Claude which is a little lopsided. Perhaps his past will be in another book? Reminded me a little of writings by Jeannine Frost.

    An interesting world I would revisit.

    I received a copy of this book from the publisher.

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  • Posted October 28, 2013

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    This is the first in the series that I've read and I can say tha

    This is the first in the series that I've read and I can say that I'm definitely not disappointed. I've always enjoyed books with Law enforcement agencies for the paranormal. So this was really neat. I really liked both of the main characters in this, Claude and Beatrice. You could definitely feel the chemistry between them. But Claude also really hurt Bea so you feel for her. The story was intriguing without being to dark. Bea can get visions from objects to help solve crimes. Claude comes to her off the books wanting her to see if she could see the person behind a series of murders. When Bea gets the vision the face she sees is someone that haunted her past. They both want to stop these crimes but Claude feels that her vision isn't right and Bea needs to find the truth. There's a lot of unresolved issues between them but still a friendliness and heat. It was an overall good book. I love all the different paranormal creatures that pop up. I will definitely grab the rest in this series.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 28, 2013

    Good mystery and spicy romance. I loved Claude!

    Good mystery and spicy romance. I loved Claude!

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  • Posted October 28, 2013

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    I received copy of this book in exchange for a fair and honest r

    I received copy of this book in exchange for a fair and honest review.  When I requested this book I was unaware that it was part of a series.  It can be read stand-alone.  
    Blurb:
    She’s seen the past…




    OWEA Agent Beatrice Davis is haunted by the death visions that help her solve crimes. When Detective Claude Desmairis, her vampire ex-lover, asks for her assistance on a case, she’d rather help him than take the mandated leave to stave off her burn-out.




    The truth won’t stay buried…




    Pressed to solve a series of crimes before the perpetrator blows the vampire world apart, Claude turns to a woman he thought he’d been able to leave behind. But he was wrong, and his feelings for her will only bring trouble in an investigation this dangerous.




    As their passions reignite, they see a possible future together. Until her visions show her the face of the murderer—a man Claude can never betray.
    My review:
    Vampire Claude shows up at Beatrice’s door to ask for help.  He needs her gift to help solve his case.  They have a past and it keeps getting in the way.  They need to resolve their issues in order to solve the case.  Loved the mystery aspect.  Maybe if I had read earlier installments in this series I would have liked the characters more.  The story stands on its own the love affair not as well but overall I enjoyed this book.

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  • Posted October 28, 2013

    Beatrice works for the otherworld enforcement agency "OWEA&

    Beatrice works for the otherworld enforcement agency "OWEA" as there psychometrist. She can read the impression left on an object. Claude is a vampire and works as a Chicago detective in the paranormal unit "PNU". Claude brings Beatrice an object to read for him and he's the last person she wants to see after what happened between them years ago. Beatrice draws a picture of the man she sees from the object and Claude tries to hide his reaction. Beatrice has a feeling that Claude knows the person and she goes to Chicago to Claude's to find out. They both are trying to fight their feelings for each other. Beatrice is going to help Claude with the investigation, even if he doesn't like it. After they follow some leads and are getting closer, they get cornered and are having to fight their way out. Beatrice gets hurt bad and is dying. Claude changes Beatrice because he can't be without her.

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