Toxic (Venom Series) Book Three
Kristen Middleton, K.L. Middleton
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Third And Final Installment of Venom-
Now that Slade has learned the truth about Vanessa, will he give up Chelsey in order to win back the woman he thought he'd lost, so long ago?
Melody has set her sights on Liam and isn't willing to give up easily.
Intended for mature readers due to sexual situations and language.
Also, there is an attempted rape scene toward the end of the book.
gets worried.” “Okay. Thank you, sir,” answered Duncan. He looked at me. “Say hello to your mother for me.” “Okay.” He walked back to his squad car, and we drove to the cabin in an awkward silence. Thankfully, Nathan was waiting on the porch for us when we pulled up because I didn’t want to talk about what had just happened. The truth was, I wasn’t exactly sure myself. That promiscuous girl back there? That wasn’t me. I’d made out with two guys in the last two days and had no real explanation
and I couldn’t fly them there.” “I get where you’re coming from, but why’d you have to take that car?” he grumbled. “Hell, you could have taken the limo. Then you wouldn’t have had to drive.” “Sorry,” I said, smiling. “I enjoy driving and it sounded like so much more fun.” He sighed. “Yeah, I’m sure. You’d better be babying it. And for God’s sake, don’t drive too fast. I’ve only driven the damn thing a handful of times and I don’t need you crashing it.” “I won’t crash it. I kept it under
night, I’d say those views are wearing thin.” “She’s a beautiful girl,” said Aiden. “And I have to say, I may have noticed something between the both of you myself.” “What you noticed was my hunger for blood and nothing more,” I said, wishing they’d just let it rest. “Bullshit,” said Liam, smirking at me. “You might be a vampire but you’re still a man, and you can’t tell me that you haven’t thought about slipping it to her.” I grunted at his choice of words. “Maybe I have. Maybe I haven’t. It
I think it would do me good.” “Of course. We have black or green-tea. I’ve heard that they are both good for colds,” she replied. He nodded. “Yes. Either would be great. Thank you.” “Of course. Anyone else? Coffee? Soda?” she asked. “Iced tea?” “I’ll take something,” said Liam. “Some bottled water?” He looked at Aiden. “You also mentioned there would be food?” “I did. Could you also check on that, Talia?” replied Aiden. “Of course. The deli just delivered the food to the kitchen, I believe.
“You deserve it.” She smiled. “Thank you.” “Would they reanimate your eggs?” “Reanimate?” I grinned. “Sorry. I probably have watched too many science fiction movies.” “No, they wouldn’t be able to reanimate anything. We’d get a surrogate mother.” “A surrogate mother? A mortal or a vampire?” “One that’s in between.” “Oh.” “I know it sounds confusing. I’m talking about a girl who’s willing to be a surrogate and willing to become a vampire.” “Are there girls out there who’d want to do