The Vampire at the End of the Street
Rosalie Moore isn't a trouble maker or a person that gives into peer pressure. So, why is she breaking and entering into the manor at the end of her street? The answer is simple and extremely juvenile, a dare.
Mason Manor at the end of Blackwood in Blackmoor estates has been around since the Civil War and years prior to. The manor has also been abandoned and falling to ruins for the past few decades. Many people from West Chesterfield High have claimed to have been inside and witnessed paranormal activity. They claimed to have seen a pale ghostly man in an old Rebel uniform. Rosalie and D'Andra, her best friend, got into a disagreement about the haunted manor. Rosalie said there is no ghost, while D'Andra believes there is one. During their bickering D'Andra dared her to go in and stay a total of two hours inside that house. Rosalie's presence didn't bring out ghosts, but it does awaken a blood thirsty monster.
This is Book 2 to the Supernatural Neighborhood Series. No you don't have to read Book 1, The Werewolf Next Door, but I would appreciate it if you would.