The Van Helsing Impetus – Excerpt No. 364

“Not worried they will track me?” Clara confirmed.

“No more than burning up in your arms,” Evelyn replied.

“Curious, that,” Clara said. “Not that I’m complaining…”

“It shouldn’t be possible,” Evelyn admitted. “There are reasons the vampires at the club gave you a wide berth.”

“And yet—”

“You said I had a soul, one growing more vibrant?”

It was rare for vampires to have more than a trace imprint of the soul they had in life. Clara supposed it had something to do with their turning away from the light of god. That part of them died in exchange for eternal life on the mortal plane.

However, Evelyn was correct in stating that her soul was healing nicely. She suspected Evelyn would be able to walk amongst the living and pass by another angel without raising an alarm. Although, I suspect her association with me would put her on their watch list.

“It is,” Clara said with a nod. “You’ve been a good girl.”

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Note: The latest novel featuring Clara Grey, The Van Helsing Impetus is out now. The attached image is sourced from Pexels.


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