About three things I was absolutely positive.
First, I unconditionally and irrevocably hate William Rynquist.
Second—with the possible exception of dying in the first place—becoming a vampire is the best thing that ever happened to me.
And third, I never should have agreed to help Hadrian stop the vampire hunters.
When Rene Kaplan died at seventeen years old, she left everything behind: her name, her family, and every bit of give-a-damn she ever had. Or so she thought. It may have taken more than two hundred years, but her past has caught up, and this time, when it’s done with her, she might wish she had stayed dead.