Mathew had heard tale that mortals were disgusted by the eating habits of monsters. The young vampire had thought that this was merely fear of being devoured until he had met Simon. The mortal had known that the vampire would not harm him and still had openly shown his disgust when he saw Mathew eat.
Mathew did not understand Simon’s revulsion; the food that mortals ate was by far the more revolting of the two options. When he hunted Mathew knew his food was unsullied and without sickness, his act of feeding was clean and quiet. But Simon ate meat that had been torn from the bone weeks ago, freed from mould by salt and cool temperature; and he boiled the fats to make a sauce and the bones to make stock.
Yet still apparently Mathew was the revolting one
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