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ALLURE OF THE NIGHT
Chapter 256 The proposal

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Apart from Eve and Lady Aubrey, everyone else in Lowe’s house were surprised how Mr. Lowe was back on his feet and he looked better in his health.

Lady Paloma was full of smiles, making sure to feed her husband at the dining table, where Theophilus, Lady Aubrey and Eve joined them. The woman of the house raised her glass of wine to toast, “To good health.”

“To good health,” everyone in the room repeated before taking a sip from their glass.

Lady Paloma said to Lady Aubrey, “I hope you will stay in Berkshire as long as you first decided. It has been a while since your last visit and it would be unfortunate if you left early. Isn’t that right, Eve?” She turned to look at Eve.

Eve smiled and said, “I think Aunt Aubrey would be more than happy to agree with your wish, Lady Paloma.”

“Eve is right,” Lady Aubrey nodded, placing her glass on the table. “I am sure Eugene will manage things just fine in Meadow.” As Eve wanted to work in Berkshire, Lady Aubrey wanted to ensure a decent family hired her.

“Wonderful!” Mr. Lowe remarked, “You both seem to hold magic. Especially Eve, since she visited us, I finally started to feel better. Minus coughing the blood,” he laughed at the end, and the people in the room laughed too.

Eve replied to Mr. Lowe, “You are giving credit to the wrong person. It is your wife who has been having faith in God that he would improve your health.”

“Very rightly said, dear. We should get some more wine,” Mr. Lowe raised his glass again and said, “To my dear wife Paloma, who has stood by me.”

“To Lady Paloma.”

“To Paloma.”

When everyone’s meal was almost finished, Eve dabbed the napkin on the corner of her lips when Theophilus asked Lady Aubrey,

“Now that things have turned better, Lady Aubrey, can I take Eve out to the centre of the town?”

Lady Aubrey chuckled and said, “You ask for my permission as if you are planning to marry Eve. Eve is a woman, and doesn’t need my permission.”

Theophilus turned to Eve and asked, “Would you like to join me this evening?”

“I don’t see a reason not to,” Eve replied, and Theophilus’ face brightened as this was his chance!

Late that day, Eve and Theophilus visited the centre of Berkshire. They now walked next to each other on one of the bustling streets. While spared looks at the young man, he was only interested with the one who walked next to him.

Eve asked him, “Theophilus.”

“Yes!” An excited voice came from him, that slightly startled her. He quickly cleared his throat. “Yes?”

“Where is your next posting?”

Theophilus, though taller than her, looked like a puppy on hearing Eve’s question, “In the South. I wished it was here or on the East side, but those positions have already been filled. I am here for a month before I return.”

“You must terribly miss home?” Eve asked, turning to look at him and meeting his eyes.

“I do. But then I think about what a great opportunity it is to serve the King and the Queen. Don’t you think so? Even though I haven’t personally been able to look at them closely. Because of security,” he added. “How about you? I heard you work for a vampire family.”

Eve, who was looking around, her eyes fell on something silver. Her heart skipped a beat, and she quickly looked back but found two women talking to each other.

Noticing Eve stopped walking, Theophilus asked, “Is everything alright, Eve?”

“Ah, yes,” Eve’s eyes roamed around before she smiled at him. “I am sorry, you were saying?”

Theophilus waved his hand, “It wasn’t that important. There is something I want to ask you. Something I wanted to tell you actually.”

“Go on,” Eve encouraged him while curiously looking at him.

Theophilus brushed his hair repeatedly with his fingers and faced Eve, “Yes, that.” He nodded, trying to arrange his words properly so that he didn’t seem too rushed but like a dashing man in her eyes. Eve raised her eyebrows, waiting for him to speak, “We have known each other for a long time, right?”

“Yes,” Eve replied, tilting her head and asked, “You wanted to talk about it?”

“I think you are an excellent woman, Eve. I mean most people want to get married to a wealthy man, using their looks but you pursued to be a governess,” and as Theophilus said this, for a moment, Eve briefly moved her eyes to look at the side, when she stopped listening to the person in front of her.

Eve’s eyes fell on the silver-haired vampire not too far from where she stood. He wore a thick black coat with fur around its collar and the lapel. He was talking to a man, who seemed to belong to a person of high status.

The effort she had put in closing the door that belonged to him broke down. Her heart tugged towards him, starting to beat loudly, and she quickly covered her face and turned to the side.

“… and I was wondering if you would like to move our relationship to a closer one?” Theophilus asked Eve.

Eve felt her heart pounding in her ribcage. Missing the intention behind Theophilus’s words, she turned to him and said, “We are like brother and sister. I don’t think we can share blood with each other and make it blood related.” She looked at him, confused while hiding behind Theophilus so that Vincent couldn’t see her.

Theophilus coughed, turning slightly embarrassed, and he corrected Eve’s words, “Brother and sister…Yes, we are not related by blood.” Thank God, thought the man, and he said, “But we can relate ourselves with blood. Like getting married. Husband and wife.”

Husband… what?

Eve’s eyes widened at Theophilus, and she said, “Wow…I don’t know what to say.”

When Eve craned her neck, she saw Vincent laughing. Unsure if he was listening in to their conversation or laughing at something the man in front of him said, she heard Theophilus say,

“You don’t have to give me an answer right now. Take your time and tell me about your decision tomorrow. But I hope you will consider it thoroughly.”

Eve looked back at Theophilus. The Dawsons and the Lowes family had known each other for a long time, and as close and friendly they were, she wasn’t sure if it was enough to build a relationship.

Theophilus was a good man, but Eve had never seen him that way, and she found it rather surprising that he had intentions to marry her.

“No hurry. Take your time,” Theophilus assured her with a nervous smile.

Eve returned it with an awkward smile before they continued walking around the town. During the same time, she couldn’t help but look around the place, searching for Vincent.

She wondered if he was here for some work, considering he was talking to someone earlier. Why would he come looking for her when she knew how things were between them. One of the reasons she packed everything and left as quickly as possible was that she didn’t want her heart and thoughts to feel like there was still hope when it came to the pureblooded vampire.

But at the same time, Eve’s eyes betrayed her, and she looked for him while her heart sped with just the thought of him.




ALLURE OF THE NIGHT
Chapter 257 Not enough

As if Vincent’s presence wasn’t enough to bother Eve, Theophilus had turned quiet, wanting to give her time to think about his proposal to her.??

“When did it start to snow?” Eve questioned Theophilus while making an empty conversation to avoid awkwardness.??

“Two days before Lady Aubrey arrived here. How about Meadow?” He returned the question, and on noticing Eve turn to look behind her, he turned too, but there was no one he knew or believed Eve was familiar with. He asked, “Are you looking for someone?”??

Eve quickly turned back and replied, “No. I missed some of the buildings there and wanted toηͺΆ? look at them.”??

Theophilus nodded, believing Eve’s words to be true, while not knowing the time he gave her to think about him, she was thinking about another man.??

They returned home, and noticing Eve’s pale face, Lady Aubrey said, “I have fixed a hot bath for you, Eve. Why don’t you go to your room?” Theophilus stared at Eve and Lady Aubrey, who noticed this, added, “You too, Theo.”

The man quickly fixed his starstruck gaze and smiled at the older woman, before hurrying to his room.??

Lady Aubrey murmured, “What is up with him?”??


Eve shook her head and walked to the guest room given to her.??

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Entering the room she closed the door, she heard the sound of water. When she walked towards the bathtub, her footsteps froze noticing the shadow behind the wooden divider. He sat on the edge of the bathtub with his back facing her.??

“You should tell your aunt that the water isn’t warm enough. Don’t want you to catch a cold now, do we?” Vincent hummed. When she turned to look at the window and heard him say, “You should learn to lock the windows. How careless.”??

“I will do that once you leave. Now,” Eve’s eyes narrowed, not knowing why he decided to come here. In her room. Thankfully she didn’t undress before getting closer to the bathtub. But her memory let her know that he had already seen her naked body in the past.??

Vincent stopped playing with the water’s surface and questioned, “Are you sure you want that?” He looked up from the bathtub and turned to look at her through the gaps and holes of the wooden divider.??

“Yes. I want to take a bath and it would be right for you to leave,” Eve’s words were firm, and she tried to calm her heartbeat, hoping it wouldn’t give away to this sadistic vampire’s whims.??

Vincent clicked his tongue before standing up and stepping away from the wooden divider so that he could stand face to face with Eve. He said, “I told you I was going to return.”

“I left a burning lantern for you,” Eve answered him with an intelligent response and noticed the pureblooded vampire’s eyes narrow at her. “What are you doing here?” She asked him because she doubted her heart would listen to her if he stood under the same roof with her for longer.??

“You have been missing work days. Allie is missing her beloved governess,” Vincent watched Eve. He was so angry that if it were someone else, he would have snapped the person’s head for making him look for her for days when she was here. Walking with another man next to her.??

Eve shook her head, “I sent you my resignation letterηͺΆθƒ½”

“Hm? When did you send one?” Vincent played ignorant as if he hadn’t read her letter, and Eve’s eyebrows furrowed.??

“I know you did. It was why you were at Meadow that day,” she stated because he had no other reason to be there the day she was being shamed in public. The memory made her clench her hands. She said, “If you didn’t get it before, here. I cannot work for you anymore. I quit being a governess to Allie.”

“No,” Vincent deadpanned, and Eve stared at him. He sauntered to where she was before stopping in front of her. “I am here to take you back, Eve,” and those mere words were enough to let her heart skip a beat.??


“I reject your rejection,” replied Eve, and Vincent rolled his eyes. “Mr. Moriarty. We don’t have to complicate things between us, and instead it is better to leave the past on a good note. To remember that we were friends even if it was for a short time. Now if you can leave, please? People here aren’t used to seeing a man with a woman in a room.”

Vincent stared into her blue eyes and said, “What if I want to complicate things between us?”

Eve looked away from him, staring at the window through which he had entered. Did he understand what he was asking from her? She said, “I don’t want toηͺΆ? I cannot do it. Please spare me from your list of amusements.”

Vincent ran his fingers through his hair and sighed in controlled frustration. He said, “I want you, Eve. Next to me. Now, later and forever.”

Believing he was still talking about her blood, Eve was the next one to be frustrated, and she said, “No. If you want I will look for the next quality of bloodηͺΆθƒ½”

Suddenly Vincent’s hand banged on the wall next to her, and Eve’s eyes widened. Vincent muttered something under his breath that Eve didn’t understand what he said, though she stood close to him. His eyes had darkened, and he said,??

“You have some nerve to run away from me. Did you think I would let you leave without a chase? I have been looking for you since the last five days. Worried something happened to you considering your ways of crossing paths with trouble. And here you are, walking on the streets, smiling and unbothered.”

“I never asked you to look for me. Did you not get the message fromηͺΆθƒ½”

Eve stopped talking when Vincent placed his other hand on one side of her head. He stated, “You are right, we aren’t friends as it is pointless to hold something that doesn’t hold to be true.” His words pierced through her heart. He then said, “Because being friends is not enough.”



ALLURE OF THE NIGHT
Chapter 258 Persuasion

As she stared back into Vincent’s coppery-red eyes, Eve felt her heart race. Time seemed to have stood still between the two. She wondered if she had imagined what he said. He hovered in front of her as if waiting for his words to sink.

She wasn’t naive to not understand what he meant, but she stared at him with doubt instead of welcoming his words.

“You wound me… looking at me with distrusting eyes, little girl,” one corner of Vincent’s lips subtly curled. He picked up a piece of her golden blonde hair resting on her back, feeling the length and placing it in front of her shoulder.

The action was delicate, and it had Eve’s heart skip another beat while neither of them looked away from the other.

“I don’t think anyone can change their feelings in such a short time. Especially someone who rejected me firmly,” Eve breathed the words.

The look in Vincent’s eyes softened and he said, “You are right. These feelings that you have evoked, they are something I am not familiar with. Because there were feelings that was built over the time for you, where we spent time with each other, and some apart.”

“What made you change your mind?” Eve asked him cautiously, and Vincent held her chin, caressing her jawline with his thumb.

Vincent moved closer than they already stood, his face descending near hers where he whispered against her lips, “I have been looking for you like a madman, tearing the place down to find you. What makes you think I would do it for someone I care less if they are alive or dead?”


Eve’s lips trembled, her eyes lowered on his parted lips. Now that he was here, her heart betrayed her and skipped for him, the hurt she had felt last week hadn’t disappeared. She was scared to take a step forward, and the pureblooded vampire saw it.

Vincent didn’t lie when he said that he had looked for her everywhere, without sleep, but the same couldn’t be said about his thirst for blood, mixed with the frustration of not finding Eve. He had sunk his fangs in people more than he usually did, drinking until he was satisfied. The woman didn’t know how she made him feel. Right now, she looked at him with a guarded expression.

“I didn’t catch you before, but I promise that when you let yourself fall this time, I will be there to catch you,” Vincent promised her, and his fingers caressed her jaw before settling on one side of her neck.

Wanting to poke Vincent the way he often did to her, Eve decided to ask him, “What if my feelings have been occupied by someone else?” It took less than a second for her to notice annoyance enter his eyes before they darkened.

He moved his face against the side of her face such that his lips were next to her ear and whispered, “My Eve, if I were you I would refrain from making up things that are untrue. Your heart gives away to how you feel about me. Even if they were true, let us hope you don’t have a name unless you hate to see the person not live.”

Vincent pulled his lips away from next to her ear and met her gaze again. There was a controlled temper that Eve knew if she went to touch it, it would burn her.

When someone knocked on the door, Eve turned to look at it and heard Lady Paloma’s voice, “Eve dear?”

Eve used her hands to push Vincent’s chest and said, “You should go now. I am going to open the door.”

“We aren’t done talking, nor have you started packing,” Vincent stated.

“I am not going anywhere but staying here in Berkshire,” Eve replied to him in a low voice. After what happened, she couldn’t go back to Meadow or anywhere near it.

Watching her walk away from him, Vincent said, “Don’t ignore me, Eve.”

Lady Paloma, who stood on the other side of the locked door, waited for Eve to respond or open the door.

Vincent’s eyes narrowed in slight agitation and not liking Eve ignoring him. Before Eve’s hand could reach for the doorknob and turn, he caught hold of her hand and turned her around. Pushing her against the door, he pressed both her hands on either side of her head against the surface of the door. A piece of her hair had come to hover in front of her face, resting diagonally from one side and its end falling above her lips.



“Eve? Are you alright? I heard some sound against the wall in my room,” Lady Paloma questioned, as seconds had passed and the young woman hadn’t answered her.

“Ah, yes, Lady Paloma. I was checking something on the wall,” Eve answered the woman before glaring at Vincent and whispered to him, “I need to open the door,” her eyes widened, knowing it was only a door that separated them and the woman behind the wooden piece.

“That can wait. Where were we? Yes, about you and me,” Vincent asked her as if they had all-time in the world.

“On the wall?” Lady Paloma asked, confused.

Eve couldn’t concentrate on Vincent’s words or the woman behind the door as she could feel his hands holding her wrists firmly and leaned forward, bringing his handsome face in front of hers.

“I am not going back to Meadow with you,” Eve said in a low voice.

“You don’t have to stay there long. Just a week. After that you will stay in Skellington, where you will never be out of my sight,” Vincent blew the air on Eve’s lips, for the piece of her hair to move away from her lips. This raised goosebumps on her skin and blood rushed up her neck, coming to settle on her cheeks. He said,

“We can do this as long as you want, but you and I both know what’s going to happen. If chase is what you seek, I shall give it to you, my beloved little girl. But trust my words, you will burn more than me.”

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ALLURE OF THE NIGHT
Chapter 259 Burn for me


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Vincent’s words stirred something deep within Eve’s body. If Lady Paloma or the others in the house had as good hearing ability as this pureblooded vampire, they would have heard the loud thumping of her heart. Her heart had betrayed her.

Eve felt the slight pressure of Vincent’s hands around her wrist, not in a painful way but one that kept her in the same place, and she noticed the wicked smile starting to appear on his lips, similar to a bud blooming into a flower. She replied,

“I don’t need your kind generosity.”

“It isn’t generosity but a necessity in both of our lives,” came the prompt words from Vincent. His hands moved down her wrist, feeling the softness of her skin on her forearms with the brush of his fingers. Now as she was in front of her, within his reach, he didn’t want to let her go. In fairness, Eve had only told him that she was falling for him, though her actions were profound for him. He then declared, “Invite me for dinner.”

Eve, who was lost in his coppery-red eyes, her eyebrows furrowed, “This is not my house, Mr. Moriarty.”

“But it is your aunt’s best friend’s house, isn’t it?” Vincent wasn’t particularly fond of how Eve chose to address him formally when he made his intentions clear to her. But that was alright. This was the woman he wanted to keep next to him, and he didn’t mind her weak resistance to him.


By now, Lady Paloma had walked away from the room’s front door, but Vincent didn’t step away from her. Instead, his hand continued to lower down to her elbow until it came to settle on the sides of her waist.

Eve turned weak to his touches and words. She said, “Why do you want to be invited for dinner, when you can have a much more lavish one wherever you are staying?”

“I have been hanging on the trees in the cold,” Vincent deadpanned, and he continued, “I would like to speak to your aunt about something. As she’s important to you, I would like to take her blessings.”

Eve’s eyes narrowed because Vincent didn’t take blessings from anyone. Was he planning to convince Aunt Aubrey to take her back with him?

“Why does it seem like there’s something more to it,” Eve’s words turned much quieter than a whisper when Vincent moved his face closer to her once again, with his face angled, and she saw his lips part to speak.

“Isn’t it always something more than what it is?” His cold breath elicited a current that ran up her back and between her legs.

Remembering how he could pick up the scent of arousal, Eve was ready to pass out. Thankfully, the vampire didn’t point it out this time, but his eyes were on hers as if trying to pull more emotions until her knees went weak. When Vincent’s lips were barely away from each other, as if, if one were to move even a little, it would brush against each other, he pulled away from her with a crooked smile.

“It would be rude to extinguish the fire that I have lit. Let me watch you burn for me a little more. I must say I have always been fascinated by your expression. Something so enticing that makes one want to corrupt it.”

To Eve’s disappointment, Vincent pulled away from her. Her back leaning against the door, she said, “I thought you didn’t want to corrupt me.”

“I was being a gentleman with you, I gave you an option to choose someone else, but apparently you didn’t like it and neither did I,” Vincent stated, making his way towards the window. Outside the house it had turned dark, and he pushed the window upwards.

Eve moved away from the door and watched him turn into a bat in a blink of an eye before he flew out of the room. A frustrated sigh escaped from her lips, her body erratic and her thoughts all over the place. She needed some time to sink his words, where most of them made her happy, and her heart soared. But when she thought about the past, it worried her.

Walking near the window, she closed and then locked it before drawing the curtain. Undressing, she stepped into the bath. Once she was done, she stepped out of the bath and dressed in an off-white dress and a peach ribbon that went around her waist.



Stepping out of the guest room, Eve walked towards the living room, where she could hear people talking. But her feet stopped, and her eyes widened when she heard Vincent’s voice, and she quickly reached the room, finding him sitting in one of the fanciest chairs of the Lowe family.

When Vincent turned and met Eve’s eyes, she held a baffled expression on her face. It looked as if in the time between him leaving the house and her finishing her bath, he had made himself comfortable, as he now held a teacup in his hand.

“Oh, Eve! Look who is here. It is your employer, Mr. Moriarty,” an excited Lady Paloma said to Eve with a bright smile as if happy to have such a well-known person sitting in their house.

Eve offered a stiff smile to Vincent, who offered her a polite smile. She asked him with a slight glare, “What a surprise, Mr. Moriarty. What are you doing here?”

Lady Paloma quickly answered, “Mr. Moriarty was apparently in town for some work, and remembering you telling him about you and Aubrey here, he decided to visit to see Mr. Lowe’s condition. It is good to see that you work for such an admirable and handsome man, Eve.”

Used to work, Eve thought.

That’s what you think, Vincent thought right after reading her expression.

At the moment in the room, there were two unhappy people in the room. Eve stared at Vincent once she sat down next to her aunt. She didn’t know what he was planning in his evil mind. The second person was the young man, Theophilus Lowe. It was because he noticed the vampire staring at Eve as if he was in love with her.

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ALLURE OF THE NIGHT
Chapter 260 Jealousy at supper



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Mr. Lowe politely invited Vincent, “You should join us for supper, Mr. Moriarty. If you don’t mind having food with us,” his words were cautious as the vampire in their house was someone from high society, while his family belonged to the middle class.

“How kind of you, Mr. Lowe. I was just wondering where to have my supper for a while now. I haven’t found a suitable place to stay yet,” Vincent responded to the human while casually adding the last bit, and Eve blinked. He had visited the house at the time of supper. Of course, he knew the family would ask him to stay for a meal. She was well aware of how devising and cunning this vampire was.

“Well, if you do not mind, Sire,” Lady Paloma was eager to have a member of the high society. Not anyone, but someone who worked in the Council and was Eve’s employer. She agreed with her husband and said, “You can stay here with us. There’s a spare bedroom.”

Theophilus turned and gave a look to his mother with a frown because all the rooms were occupied. Unless his mother was thinking of cleaning his room and giving it to this man!

“I wouldn’t want to burden you, Lady Paloma. It would be rude of me to intrude your space and trouble you. One of the city’s authorities will arrange something,” Vincent replied to the woman as if he didn’t want to burden her.

In the meantime, Lady Aubrey, who noticed Eve glaring at Vincent, placed her hand on the young woman’s knee. She raised her eyebrows and asked softly, “Is everything alright?”


Eve schooled her expression, clearing her throat. Until now, she hadn’t told Aunt Aubrey about what was transpiring between Vincent and her.

“It would be a great honour for us to accommodate a man as yourself, Mr. Moriarty. Theo, come with me,” Lady Paloma was quick on her feet and dragged her unwilling son along with her, who wasn’t keen on being a host to this vampire.

Mr. Lowe turned to Eve and chuckled before he said, “Earlier, your little smack on the wall had me and Paloma jump in surprise.” That was because Eve’s room was right next to the Lowe’s. He continued, “We thought something cracked. What were you doing with the wall?”

Vincent turned extremely interested in the conversation and looked at Eve, who pursed her lips. Before she replied,

“There was a terrifying spider that had entered the room. I had to chase it out of the window. But I don’t think I did a good job kicking it out,” her eyes met Vincent’s, who took a sip from the teacup while his eyes were on her, and Mr. Lowe nodded.

When it was time for everyone to have dinner at Lowe’s house, everyone sat at the dining table, which was big enough to accommodate another person. Eve sat next to Theophilus, while Vincent sat next to her aunt, as if enjoying a good conversation about her time when she was a governess.

As much as Eve didn’t want to look at Vincent, she couldn’t help but subtly stare. The last few days, this was the last thing she had imagined it to happen. It was surprising how they now sat under the same roof.

Theophilus, who took a bite from his food, turned to catch Eve looking at her employer and said to her in a low voice, “All these people from the council are like this.”

Eve tore her eyes away from Vincent and met Theophilus’s eyes, “I am sorry?”

“You turned quiet since he appeared. Also glaring, he mustn’t be as good as he shows out to be,” Theophilus remarked and added, “I have met many like him. All of them are abundant with money. If he does anything to you, tell me and I will take care of it.”

Eve hadn’t meant to glare at Vincent, but she was annoyed with him trying to rile her every time; this time, he had picked a war with her. She smiled at the man beside her and said, “You don’t have to worry about it, Theo. Mr. Moriarty is a guest and by tomorrow he will be gone from Berkshire.”

“Oh, well, if that is so, that is good then,” Theophilus nodded, liking what Eve said. His eyes fell on the food stuck on the corner of her lips, and he raised his napkin to clean it.



Vincent, who caught sight of this, narrowed his eyes and slowly chewed his food.

Theophilus asked her, “What are you doing tomorrow? If you like, I would like to take you to the city centre, to meet one of the seamstress.”

Eve returned the smile, knowing Theophilus would ask for her response to his proposal. The young man then took a bite from his food.

Vincent, who sat across from them, remarked, “It is good to see Ms. Barlow shares such a close sibling-like bond with your son, Lady Paloma.”

Theophilus coughed the food that he had just swallowed, patting his chest. He responded to the vampire’s words, “Eve and I aren’t siblings, but are like friends.”

“Interesting,” hummed the vampire before saying, “Because Ms. Barlow and I share such close friendship too. Isn’t that right, Ms. Barlow? But to have grown up knowing each other for so long, it must give a brother-sister feeling.”

Lady Paloma agreed with Vincent with a smile, “Theo has looked up at Eve like a sister. He always takes care of her and is protective about her.” Her son’s eyes widened. Was that what they thought it was? Theophilus questioned.

Theophilus turned to Vincent, and before he could say something, the vampire remarked with dry humour, “You have an adorable brother, Ms. Barlow.”

For the rest of the dinner, it wasn’t Eve who was glaring at Vincent but Theophilus, ready to run a stake through the vampire’s chest for insinuating that the woman’s reply he was waiting for marriage, was like his sister.



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