By Jocelynn Drake
For hundreds of years Mira has been a nightwalker—an unstoppable enforcer for a mysterious association that manipulates earth-shaking occasions from the darkest shadows. yet elemental mastery over fireplace units her except others of her night-prowling breed . . . and should be all that stops her doom. The foe she now faces is human: the vampire hunter referred to as Danaus, who has already destroyed such a lot of undead. For Mira, the time has come to seek . . . or be hunted.
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With my right hand, I threw a ball of blue fire at it. I encased the dagger in flames hot enough to cause the cement to sizzle and pop. The room grew uncomfortably hot, but I poured all my anger and hatred into the fire, willing the metal to bend and melt. Exhausted, I sank to my knees, extinguishing the blaze. Then I stared at the naturi blade and started to laugh, highpitched and a little mad. The blade was completely untouched. For a moment the metal had glowed red, but it was NIGHTWALKER 51 unchanged.
The oldest and most powerful member of the Coven, Jabari had earned my unwavering loyalty. He had only to ask and I would perform nearly any task for him. But Jabari was missing now, my buffer gone. “You will obey if you wish to keep your domain and your life,” Lucas said, his eyes narrowing to thin slits. I stared at him, willing myself not to rip his head off. He was a pathetic creature. Less than three hundred years old, I knew he probably wouldn’t survive to see another century. Those who served as Companions to the Elders rarely lived long lives, but the reward during those short years was the ability to bask in the amazing power the Elders wielded.
There were still a few naturi wandering around, lurking in the forests and jungles of the world, keeping far from humanity when possible. No reason to start a panic when this could be nothing more than a random sighting. Not wanting to waste any more valuable time, I stretched out my senses. The power washed through the buildings, sending back slight vibrations of the people lying huddled in their beds. Throughout the city, I could feel the other nightwalkers in the midst of their nightly activities.