Young Blood

Young Blood

by Nicole R. Taylor

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BN ID: 2940161729335
Publisher: Taylor&Cross
Publication date: 06/26/2014
Series: The Witch Hunter Saga , #5
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 366,977
File size: 363 KB

About the Author

Nicole R. Taylor is an Australian Urban Fantasy author.
She lives in the western suburbs of Melbourne dreaming up nail biting stories featuring bad-ass witches, duplicitous vampires, hunky shapeshifters and devious monsters.
She likes chocolate, cat memes and video games.
When she’s not writing, she likes to think of what she’s writing next.

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Young Blood (A Witch Hunter Saga Novella) 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
DaUgh 10 months ago
like this also. a prequel of how things were before 'crap' hit the fan
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[NOTE: Excuse typos...I know how to spell.] <p> Naomi's tears begin to dry up as she finally lets go of me. She however still lies her pale hands on my shoulders, her glowy silver eyes staring at me so intently as if she was looking through me. I could tell she definitely didn't know what to say either. Scott's death was untimely, and there was no telling what The Veterans were up to now. <br> "So you were there?" I ask Naomi, biting my lip as I expected her to breakdown again. <br> "Tes," replies Naomi, looking downcast. I put my hand under her chin and lightly push her chin up, so I could look her in the eyes. <br> "Then what happened?" I ask curiously, wondering what really had took place. <br> "Scott and I were down in Cedar Valley, laying on his truck hood, and watching the stars. I turned onto my side to face him, and he did the same. We were making jokes, when I noticed his face begin to harden. Before I knew it, he was off that truck hood; teeth bared, and hissing. I jumped off the hood as well to see what was bothering him so much, and I seen a Veteran." Naomi pauses, making concern shine in my eyes. <br> "The Veteran....Was Claude." <br> I gasp in shock as Naomi says this. Claude had once been in Young Bloods, but he had betrayed us by falling in love with a young Veteran. Without another thought he had just left Young Bloods; just like that. Didn't even say goodbye to me, who at the time, was his girlfriend. I pat Naomi on the shoulder, nodding as I await her to continue. <br> "Claude began to grin, saying off the wall things about Young Bloods' Clan secrets. Scott told him to knock it off, but Claude continued. Claude also asked about you, telling us one of these days you would come to your sense and join The Veterans. It was obvious Claude was trying to push us. I was smart enough to know The Veterans' tricks, so I didn't let it bother me. However, it got to Scott, and after Claude mentioned you, well, Scott lost it. Scott flung himself at Claude, but Claude was too quick. He just turned, and snapped his neck....Just like that." I see tears begin to form in Naomi's eyes, and I can't blame her. <br> Claude had always been one of the tougher males in the Clan; killing several Veterans whenever he decided he was loyal to us. I think The Veterans only forgave him because he was special. You see, Vampires possess only one special quality. You either have strength, smarts, or speed. Claude was gifted, having all three of those. They called people like Claude; "The Golden Vampire." The special name meant that this Vampire was golden. Perfect. Hmph, as if. Claude was anything but perfect. He belonged with The Veterans. He was downright evil. I can't fully blame him; it ran in his blood. Actually, his parents were born in Diversity, yet another Clan. His parents gave him up to a Vampire who once lived in this Clan. That Vampire now, however, no longer exists. She had given up her life in The Great Battle just as my parents had. Claude and I had been friends since our parents died, a bond quickly forming. But I was too foolish to see how much Diversian ran in his veins. The Diversians were mean-spirited, and evil. Not as evil as The Veterans, but they were close to it. The only difference Diversians buried their dead, and still believed in manners. They weren't savages like The Veterans. Veterians never buried their dead, they burnt the bodies. And instead of manners, they ate like pigs and said whatever they wanted to.<br>Next book!