(A sequel(?) to Eternity, written in Riley Porter's point of view.) "'I love you,' She breathed against my lips, her forehead pressed against mine as our bodies tangled under the sheets. I lifted my hand and held it against her face, brushing an ebony curl from her beautiful eyes. I pushed my lips against hers and held them, then pulled away breathlessly. 'I love you too' I whispered. Her smile was infectious, and the white of her teeth shone in the dim light of the candles around us. She wrapped her arms around me and pressed her body against me, she was cold, always cold. I held her close to me and she nestled her head in the crook of my neck. She fell asleep first that night, and I stayed up thinking about how she made my heart race and my thoughts cloudy. How she captivated me with every look, smile and word. How I loved this woman with all of my being. My love. My Eveline. My vampire." Riley Porter is grieving. Struck with the tragic, untimely death of his young sister he's forcing himself out of his old life. Packing his things he heads off to university, hoping nights of drinking, late homework and exams will take his mind from the tragedy. However, when he meets Eveline, a freshman with a vast knowledge of art, a tendency to be up late at night and a problem with all things food, he finds himself trying to take his mind off her instead. She invades his every thought, his dreams. When the two fall in love he couldn't be happier, and things seem perfect. But Eveline is harbouring a dark secret, a secret that could tear the two apart. Forever.