„Oh God, I just kissed a vampire!"

Oh Gods, I just kissed a human!“

—  Sherrilyn Kenyon, livro Night Pleasures

Variante: Amanda - "Oh God, I just kissed a vampire!" Kyrian - "Oh Gods, I just kissed a human!
Fonte: Night Pleasures

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