That’s what Megan Williamson wants to know now that her best friend, Anya Spanzer, has been diagnosed with terminal cancer. They’ve been best friends since childhood. Now, Megan is determined to find Anya’s second chance. Anya’s family needs her.
So it seemed like an easy choice, she was willing to die in Anya’s place. Who needs a soul anyway? So why should selling it to the gorgeous vampire bother her?
It shouldn’t, right?
The moment she meets Anya’s doctor, she finds herself attracted to him. But this isn’t a social visit. There are more pressing matters at hand – like curing Anya.
Despite what appears to be a mutual attraction, Megan can’t afford to form any new attachments.
Little does Megan realize that what is meant to be will find a way.
Besides, it’s rare when things are all they seem to be.
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Just a general review. The book’s fine but I didn’t enjoy this as much as I do with the book 1. As for the graphics slash the cover, I liked the first book’s cover than this of book 2. The book kept me reading and interested though not that much.