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Daughters of Darkness (Night World #2) by L. J. Smith, Emily Durante; 2 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Sisters, Horror stories. Editorial Reviews. From the Publisher. Unearthly Beauty. There's something strange about the Daughters of Darkness (Night World Book 2) by [Smith, L.J.]. DOWNLOAD Night World # Secret Vampire/Daughters of Darkness/ Spellbinder (Night World (Special Bind-Up Reissues)) By L J Smith [PDF EBOOK EPUB.
It worked; Mark was distracted and looked, too. Mary-Lynnette stared at the back of his dark head. None of the guys at school—except maybe Jeremy Lovett—understood why she was interested in astronomy, or what she felt about the stars. A longing to. If she had wished, it would have been for that, for someone to share the night with.
Oh, well. In fact, she was the one person he usually tried to be decent to. But why was she always trying to fix him? To the point of wishing on stars. Something wild, Mark thought—and felt an inner shiver as he hiked downhill in the gathering darkness. It was a planet, she knew. Where she came from, nobody was in the habit of wishing on stars, but this planet seemed like a friend—a traveler, just like her. As Jade watched it tonight, she felt a sort of concentration of hope rise inside her.
Almost a wish. She was tired and worried and beginning to be very, very hungry. Jade turned to look at her sisters. Remember what we decided.
Rowan was always gentle when she could manage it. She was nineteen, tall, slim, and stately. She had cinnamon-brown eyes and warm brown hair that cascaded down her back in waves.
Her eyes were amber and hawklike, and she was never gentle. She had white-blond hair that she used as a veil to hide behind, and green eyes. People said she looked serene, but she almost never felt serene.
Usually she was either madly excited or madly anxious and confused. Right now it was anxious. She was worried about her battered, half-century-old Morocco leather suitcase. There were few things that Rowan and Kestrel agreed on, but Jade was one of them.
She could see that they were about to team up against her.
What are you up to, Jade? She hoped.
They stared back for a few minutes, then looked at each other, giving up. She pushed a stray wisp of chestnut-colored hair off her forehead and looked around the bus station—which consisted of a three-sided, glass-walled cubicle, and the splintering wooden bench.
She got quite a distance down the road before she heard the crunch of gravel behind her. They were following: Rowan sighing patiently, Kestrel chuckling softly, her hair shining like old gold in the starlight. The one-lane road was dark and deserted.
But not entirely silent—there were dozens of tiny night sounds, all adding up to one intricate, harmonizing night stillness. She knew better than to mention it to Rowan, but it made her feel confused and weak. Just when she was beginning to think she would have to put the suitcase down and rest, she heard a new sound. It was a car, coming from behind them. The engine was so loud that it seemed to take a long time to get close to them, but when it passed, Jade saw that it was actually going very fast.
Then there was a rattling of gravel and the car stopped. It backed up and Jade saw a boy looking through the window at her. There was another boy in the passenger seat.
Jade looked at them curiously. The other one had brown hair. He was wearing a vest with no shirt underneath. He had a toothpick in his mouth.
They both looked back at Jade, seeming just as curious as she was. Jade was fascinated by how quickly it went. His teeth shone in contrast to his dingy face.
Jade looked at Rowan and Kestrel, who were just catching up. Can a now-repentant Ash convince Mary-Lynnette to let him atone for his former sins and be his soulmate. Night World: Spellbinder, Pocket Books, Thea and Blaise are cousins, and witches, and as different as day and night. They even belong to different witch covens, Circle Twilight, for the not-so-wicked-witches and Circle Midnight for the real hellions. In fact, Granny Harman, the Witch Leader, often compares them to Hellewise and Maya, the sisters who were the mother of all witches and the very first vampire, respectively.
But when Thea breaks the laws of the Night World and falls in love with Eric, an ordinary human boy, she has unexpectedly to rely on the whims of Blaise or both she and Eric are doomed. This is the book in which Circle Daybreak debuts. Night World: Dark Angel, Pocket Books, Childlike, innocent Gillian Harman is trying to save a baby she hears crying in the woods when, to her own surprise, she dies! Returned to life, Gillian listens to her dark angel in all things. But things are not what they seem, and even angels can make mistakes.
Soon Gillian is on a quest to find out just what deed Gary committed to strand him in the afterlife; and to find out the secret of where she belongs in a world she never knew existed: the Night World.
Night World: The Chosen, Pocket Books, Rashel Jordan lost her mother to a golden-eyed vampire at the age of five—and just barely saved herself by her wits.
But when a group of hunters captures Quinn and decides to torture him, Rashel feels something in her soul twist. Left alone with Quinn, she goes along with her mad impulse and allows him to escape. But Quinn, a vampire with one of the darkest reputations in the Night World warns her not to expect him to return the favor.
Nevertheless, when Rashel gets herself chosen for a bloodfeast and finds that Quinn is in charge of gathering girls for the dark ceremony! Enemies—and soulmates—what will happen during their final fight?
Night World: Soulmate, Pocket Books, Sixteen-year-old Hannah goes to a psychologist to understand the meaning of her the notes she keeps finding—in her own handwriting. Hannah is actually an Old Soul, a girl who has been reincarnated many times and can remember her past lives.
And in every one of them, the fair-haired stranger appears—and Hannah loves him—and Hannah dies at age Meanwhile, the leader of all the vampires of Circle Daybreak, all those who have human soulmates, Lord Thierry, is searching.
Who will find Hannah first—her vampire soulmate, or Maya, the first of all the vampires who has murdered Hannah a thousand times to keep her from Thierry. And who will Hannah believe when they do find her?
Night World: Huntress, Pocket Books Jez, with flaming red hair and silvery blue eyes, is the epitome of the wild teenage vampire, riding her motorcycle and chasing skinheads through the woods.