by Barbara Russell Publish: Nov 30, 2019Contemporary RomanceRomantic SuspenseParanormal RomanceRomanceHumorFantasy
Ash Yes, I’m a vampire. No, I don’t drink human blood. I feed from other vampires, and nope, I’m not super-fast, extra strong, or immortal. Only vampires who drink from humans have superpowers. What’s special about me? Well, I’m a biology teacher and if you think that’s not impressive, try keeping 25 kids quiet while talking about cells. And I play Sudoku, not well like my brother who went rogue and became addicted to human blood. Now I have this Watcher officer, Evangeline, who wants my help to catch Hunter, the vampire who’s terrorising Auckland. I said I’ll help. She doesn’t know Hunter is my brother.
Eve A good vampire is a dead one. Vampires used me as cattle, and now it’s payback time for those suckers. That’s why I became a Watcher, to catch and kill vampires. Ash is different from the vampires I know though, but his nice, cute-boy attitude can be a clever trick. Vampires are evil, deceiving creatures, and I’m going to kill Hunter, whatever it takes. *Paranormal romance with moderate steam level*
BIOGRAPHY I’m an entomologist and a soil biologist, which is a fancy way to say that I dig in the dirt, looking for bugs. Nature and books have always been my passion. I was a kid when I read Ivanhoe by Sir W. Scott and fell in love with medieval novels. Then I discovered medieval fantasy, and I fell in love again. In fact, I took it too seriously and believed that my elderly, bearded neighbor was Merlin and his black cat was Morgan le Fey. When I read Harry Potter and learned about Animagi, I knew I was right. Then I grew up and… nah, I’m joking. I didn’t grow up. Don’t grow up, folks! It’s a trap.
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