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Sian's Solution

Sian's Solution

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Sian's Solution

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48 pages
56 minutes
Dec 8, 2013


This 9k word short story was originally published in 2011 as part of the Entangled anthology - sold to raise money for Breast Cancer awareness

Sometimes the depth of love is only understood when it is lost forever...

When a vampire discovers the human man she loves has been captured and hung in a blood farm, she goes against her own kind and risks everything to save him.

Sian Tallant is a scientist and a vampire. Her lover is a doctor and a human. Their relationship is taboo. Taz doesn't know that she is a vampire. But when she tried to break up with him, he followed her into vampire territory and was captured.

Now it is up to Sian to free the man she loves - even though he might hate her for what she is.
Dec 8, 2013

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Dale Mayer is a USA Today bestselling author best known for her Psychic Visions and Family Blood Ties series. Her contemporary romances are raw and full of passion and emotion (Second Chances, SKIN), her thrillers will keep you guessing (By Death series), and her romantic comedies will keep you giggling (It's a Dog's Life and Charmin Marvin Romantic Comedy series). She honors the stories that come to her - and some of them are crazy and break all the rules and cross multiple genres! To go with her fiction, she also writes nonfiction in many different fields with books available on resume writing, companion gardening and the US mortgage system. To find out more about Dale and her books, visit her at http://www.dalemayer.com. Or connect with her on Twitter @DaleMayer or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/dalemayer.author. If you like Dale Mayer's books and are interested in joining her street team, sign up here - https://www.facebook.com/groups/402384989872660/ Books by Dale Mayer Psychic Vision Series Tuesday's Child Hide'n Go Seek Maddy's Floor Garden of Sorrow Knock, Knock... Rare Find Eyes to the Soul - fall/winter 2014 By Death Series Touched by Death - Part 1 - Free Touched by Death - Part 2 Touched by Death - Full book Haunted by Death Chilled by Death - fall/winter 2014 Second Chances...at Love Series Second Chances - Part 1 Second Chances - Part 2 Second Chances - Full book Novellas It's a Dog's Life- romantic comedy Charmin Marvin Romantic Comedy Broken Protocols #1 Broken Protocols #2 Broken Protocols #3 New adult/adult crossover books In Cassie's Corner Gem Stone (a Gemma Stone mystery) Design Series Dangerous Designs Deadly Designs Darkest Designs Family Blood Ties Series Vampire in Denial Vampire in Distress Vampire in Design Vampire in Deceit Vampire in Defiance Non-Fiction Books Career Essentials: The Resume Career Essentials: The Cover Letter Career Essentials: The Interview Career Essentials: 3 in 1

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Sian's Solution - Dale Mayer


Three hours and ten minutes.

The stone-faced guard watched her approach. She swallowed. Hard. Her fingers clenched on the small purse jammed into her lab coat pocket. She'd never been checked... yet. Straightening her spine, she gave the oversized, black suited vampire a brief smile. Cold and assessing, his narrowed gaze stared at her as she passed. Her back crawled until she turned the corner out of range of those frigid eyes. She shuddered. These past weeks, her nerves had gone from a controlled calm to a she-was-being-watched-every-moment-of-the-day edginess. If anyone found out what this company was doing, well...it would be bad...for everyone.

Coming here had been risky. Yet, she'd had no choice. Taz had to be saved.

Sian strode down the pristine white hallway. White tiles on the floor. White tiles on the ceiling. White paint on the cement walls. She winced. The color failed to put an innocent spin on the dark activity going on inside.

Crossing to the second hallway, she checked her watch. On time, as usual. Good. Everything had to appear normal. Everything. Descending to the last heavy metal door, where the carved stone walls started, Sian steeled herself for what was to come. With a deep breath, she tugged it open and stepped through. The smell assailed her first. Warm, metallic with a faint antiseptic overtone. She hated it. Despised her fellow vampires for creating this nightmare but had no way to change it. Not today. Not alone. The operation was too damn big.

Three hours and four minutes.

The offices lined the far side of the cavernous room. In the second one, at the far left, her desk waited for her, groaning under the waiting stack of lab reports. The other desks were empty. Shit. Rounds had started without her. Picking up a pad of paper, she grabbed her pen, then hurried out to catch up to her coworkers. Walking through the rows of hanging bodies to where the group had started discussions, she avoided looking at the many faces staring down at her. So much pain. So much loss. Human loss. Vampire gain.

This nightmare was almost over. Thank God.

As she caught up to the others, the team leader, Dr. Magnus, was saying, We need to increase the dose for #376. His vitals are holding, but his last series of tests came out deficient again. It's the second time we've tried to correct this. We'll give it one more attempt. If that doesn't work, we'll move him to the medical center and make a final decision then.

A shudder whispered down Sian's back. Since when had 'make a final decision' become a euphemism for pulling the plug permanently and killing a man? Keeping her gaze on her clipboard, Sian refused to let her eyes reach #376's face. She'd made that mistake on her first day. She'd been naive enough to think that studying, memorizing the human suffering would help her get these people out. Instead, those faces, twisted under their

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