The Bloodied Heart by Brandon Davila

Every time I think about it, there is something so incredible about vampires. They are God’s unwanted creation; immortal creatures who walk the night, going out killing and eating people, a lot of times to feed themselves because maybe that’s the only way they can. It’s all you can do to survive in this world, I guess. Besides this, it’s amazing knowing they can’t see their own reflection, the most incredible of their powers, features, whatever the hell you want to call them. As a young boy sitting in front of the television, seeing how Dracula’s reflection didn’t even exist, I mean, it was so mind-blowing to me. Just watching Count Dracula and watching how Christopher Lee never reflected onto any mirror. 

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The Scarlet Solider by Stephen Rowe

Eight months of experience in the Special Operations unit of Raid Company transformed Eliza Scarlet into an exceptional soldier. Spec Ops squads, as they’re called, consist of five highly skilled soldiers who specialize in fast-paced assassination missions. Scarlet’s eyes resembled that of a lion when hunting its prey, and with her rifle, she was just that — a predator.

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