Barely Beating (Pulse, #2)


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A Paranormal Romance you don't want to miss! Put the Twilight down and pick the Pulse Trilogy!

Elizabeth Parks is in the first phase of becoming a vampire and Virgil couldn't be happier to have her apart of his life, but with William still on the loose and Elizabeth wanting to go home things couldn't be more stressful.

When a feeding goes wrong Virgil is captured, tortured, and left starving in a basement where his only choice for food is Elizabeth’s best friend. It’s only a matter of time before Virgil gives in as Elizabeth searches desperately for him with two new unfamiliar faces.

Can she get to him in time or will William finally seek his revenge?

Pulse Trilogy
A Steady Pulse
Barely beating
Flat Line (Coming in 2013)


“You’re going to bite me?” Beth's body trembled knowing the answer.

“I will try, but I think I can fight it off enough to untie you. The moment you are free I need you to grab that knife on the small tray over there. The one I know you have eye balled a few times now.” He instructed taking long deep breaths. “Take that knife and don’t hesitate to plunge it deep within my chest. Aim for my heart. That should be enough to buy you a little time.”
“What?” She gasped looking around the room to the stairs. “ Shouldn't I run?”

“I’ll catch you and I will kill you.” He assured her. “If you don’t act fast I don’t think I’ll be able to stop.” Virgil popped his neck and stretched his fingers. He no longer cared about his exposed fangs of black eyes. He did not care enough to even attempt and fix them. There was almost no hope now as his thoughts barely stayed focus to even form the plan.

“I--I can’t!”

“Think of me as a monster!” He released a guttural growl. “I’m a monster and I’m going to kill you!” he leaned forward as far as he could to again scared her back against her chair.

“But…I don’t know if I can.” She whimpered. She could somehow see what used to be the man sitting before her. Just barely between the cracks of the maddening creature sitting across from her wanting to drink her blood.

“Then you’ll die.” Virgil’s words were cold, but he couldn't fight it off. His insides twisted and he was already picturing how he would rip her apart and lick up the blood from the floor below her remains like an animal.

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