EverNight by Susan Hanniford Crowley
Young Supernaturals of New York Book 2
Maya Angelou said, “The ache for home lives in all of us, the safe place where we can go as we are and not be questioned.”
A year ago in a dark alleyway in Manhattan, twenty-four homeless people were murdered by a
savage vampire and his apprentice.
Sixteen-year-old Maeve had been living in a cardboard box in that alley. Her only thoughts back then
were how to find food and stay warm. She was not there when they came.
Now, she stands in a cold rain, alone in the night mourning her lost friends. Though Maeve lives with
her boyfriend’s parents and attends a private school, she is troubled and longs to have parents and a
home of her own.
Last Christmas, sixteen-year-old Mike met Maeve in front of a store window with an animated ballet
display of The Nutcracker. He was entranced by her red hair and green eyes. When she ran off after
he invited her for hot cocoa, Mike tried to follow.
Instead of finding Maeve, he was murdered by the savage vampire. Later, he woke up in the morgue
with memories of her weeping for him. He didn’t know what to do. He was a vampire now. Mike did
the only thing he could do. Find Maeve.
Now, Mike is heartbroken. Maeve wants to move out of his family’s home. What if she moves on and
away from him?
According to Max Vander Meer, Vampire King of New York, there is something evil in the wind.