A July supermoon and a blind date send Jo into Jon’s path once again. Her forbidden feelings are resurrected. Meeting charismatic Judah gives her hope for a new relationship, but it was no chance meeting. Jo is soon embroiled in his plan of revenge, where her death is the end game, and Galen is the target.
This +18 only read takes you on the journey of one family trying to stay together and deal with things as their illusions of normalcy are ripped away from them. With a wide variety of characters and story lines that only introduce you to the series, Life and Death brings you into the world of the Ethernals and what it means to really be human.
Diamond never asked to be a vampire. Unfortunately for her, her transition requires her to have her first blood given to her by a full-blooded, male vampire. Her father takes her to Dante, the kingpin of the vampire mafia, who is a close and old friend of the family, to do the job. After much resistance, Dante accepts and their worlds are turned upside down.
Belinda picks up where Devilynn left off in the second installment of The Village Cafe: New Bloods. Belinda finds herself in a world filled with different types of supernatural species and no one to trust. With Devilynn and Rick gone Belinda is forced to take care of an orphan vampire named Selene while searching for answers to the past that is hidden by silent elders.
It's 1776 and Raven's father is about to leave to help in the American Revolution. Her family celebrates her thirteenth birthday before he sets off. A knock at the door changes everything when the family is murdered, Raven is left for dead after being bit by a demon she thought to be fantasy.
Killing is her specialty.
Legend her reality.
Blood her drug of choice.
Makayla Uriel is a Vampire Seraphim with a split personality.
Her first impulse upon meeting her new partner is to bleed him dry.
Humans no longer need to be bitten to become Vampires.
London is burning.
The Trinian Globe has been stolen.
Makayla is the one being who can prevent the apocalypse and the one least likely to.
With a single vow and a swift blow, everything Roseline Enescue held dear is stripped away. The battle is over, but the victory is far from sweet. Laying Gabriel to rest in the Enescue family mausoleum beside her beloved friend, Fane is the hardest thing she has ever had to do. With an eternity of loneliness stretching out before her, Roseline withdraws into herself but love finds a way.