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Vampires are not what you think. They aren’t your friends. They’re not supposed to be your lovers. Welcome to the dark world of true nightwalkers, where feeding on blood, will be the least of your worries.
Sam, a former writer finally meets his online girlfriend Alexia in person, but she unveils a dark secret – she’s a living, breathing vampire. Torn between his love for her and the inability to believe her outlandish claims, he finds himself driven by his heart to uncover the forbidden truths behind Alexia, and the shadow world she’s dabbled in that has secretly controlled mankind since the dawn of our modern civilization.
So, is she insane or is this all for real? Toss her perfect features aside and maybe, it’s a bit of both. Sam is about to find himself right at the beginning of a no-brakes rollercoaster that might just end up costing him his life, all because of his, aching, blood-soaked heart.
It is 1837 and the young Queen Victoria has just ascended the English throne.
Orphaned and penniless after her father’s death in India, Lucy Alleyne is forced to accept a post as companion to an elderly lady until a distant relative spirits her away to Castle Athal on the Cornish coast. But Lucy’s initial gratitude at Lady Demelza Jago’s benevolence soon gives way to unease.
The ancient Cornish castle, known locally as Tenebris, is a dark monument to the family’s history and secrets. Within its embrace Lucy is drawn into friendship with Tynan Jago. The young Earl of Athal is handsome and poetic yet tortured, like his father before him. Tynan is utterly different from his uncle, Uther, whose seductive, leonine power radiates from his every word and gesture.
Between them the two Jago men have innocent Lucy enthralled—mind, body and soul. If she remains within the bloodstained castle walls, with their history of ill-starred passion and madness, a mere broken heart will seem a blessing.
In the artistic circles of 1860s Paris she is known as the Divine Dita, Montmartre’s most sought-after nude model. But now she’s not so much striking a pose as playing a role, as fiancée to the next Earl of Athal. The charade is a favor to Dita’s best friend, Eddie Jago, a dissolute painter, and the aforementioned heir. As deceptions go, it is innocent compared with what is to come.
On the grim Cornish coast, from the ashes of a ruined castle rises the Jagos’ sumptuous new manor house. The fresh-hewn stone, however, cannot absorb the blood of centuries or quiet the echoes of past crimes. Dita struggles to decipher the Jago family. There is Tynan, the kindly Earl, Lucia, his capable wife, handsome, volatile Eddie and sweet, sheltered sister Eleanor. Then there is Cad, the handsome second son whose reputation is impeccable in business, but scandalous in everything else.
Drawn by friendship, ensnared by lust, Dita uncovers a sordid tangle of murder, desire and madness. It will lay her bare as no portraitist has done before.
On a morning jog in the rural countryside, high school star athlete Tom O’Shaughnessy encounters what appears to be a young girl lying unconscious in the grass. His decision to carry her home changes his life and the lives of everyone around him. When the girl awakens, she doesn’t remember her name or how she got there, but it’s soon painfully apparent that there’s more to her than meets the eye. Incredibly strong and in possession of strange psychic and telekinetic powers, the girl poses a quandary for Tom and his mother, who struggle to choose between calling the authorities and respecting the girl’s wish to remain unreported. When she begins to remember bits and pieces of her life, her memories point to confinement in a laboratory/prison and to life in another world with people of her kind. Believing that government forces may be searching for her, Tom’s mother worries that she may prove a threat to them even as her bond with Tom grows stronger with each passing day. When the girl remembers enough – including her name, “Synthyrea” – to believe she knows the way back to her world, her attempt to leave coincides with a massive federal operation to recapture her. In a desperate flight from the authorities, Synthyrea and Tom face machine gun-toting soldiers, assault helicopters, fighter jets, a fall from an airplane, an angry mountain lion, and their own deepening attachment to each other. In the end, it is Synthyrea’s own people who pose the greatest threat to her and Tom’s decision to make a future together.
SEVEN-X is the first book in the SEVEN-X Trilogy, revolving around Los Angeles Times Investigative Reporter Eddie Hansen, who gets a tip on a missing death row prisoner being held at a Behavioral Health Center in a remote location outside the small town of Dell City, Texas. With an opportunity to break the story, Eddie voluntarily commits himself into the asylum in hopes of finding Annette Dobson, “The SIDS Killer.” She is rumored to have had her execution faked so she could be shipped to the asylum, have an exorcism and give birth to the child the world thinks is dead.
Eddie’s journals, video diary and recordings leave a trail of breadcrumbs into experimental procedures conducted on patients without their consent. As he dives deeper into his investigation, Eddie is forced to confront his own demons as an unwilling participant in the asylum’s controversial rehabilitation procedures.
Belinda “Bee” Carter is a good girl; at least, that’s what she tells herself. And a good girl deserves a nice guy—just like the gorgeous and moody billionaire Nicolas Rainer. He is everything she wants in a man.
Or so she thinks, until she takes a look through her telescope and sees a naked, tattooed man on the balcony across the courtyard. Hawke is mysterious, the bad boy she knows will bring only heartbreak. He has been watching her, and that makes him all the more enticing.
But when a mysterious and anonymous text message dares her to do something bad, she must decide if she is really the good girl she has always claimed to be, or if she’s willing to risk everything for her secret fantasy of being watched.
Is her mystery man the reclusive billionaire with a wild side or the darkly dangerous bad boy?
Catherine walks in on her husband in bed with her best friend. What is a woman to do? It helps that she is a witch. Unfortunately, so is her husband. Before you can say spell battle, Catherine high tails it up the coast of California to clear her head. Lucky for her, she finds an Aussie hitchhiker. Can she have some fun before the spell battle with her ex-husband? She sure will try.
A ghost haunts the halls of Stafford House. When Raine Brinsley arrives and accepts a position as a house servant, the ghost is determined to let Raine know who murdered her.
Derek offers a Raine a large sum of money to bear his child. Now she must choose between caring for her beloved grandfather and her honor. Derek and Lyman Stafford race against time to produce the first male heir in the family, thereby securing the title to Stafford House. The brothers will do anything to win…even murder.
“A dark, Gothic novel with romance, mystery, suspense and thrills.
In the dead of night, they call for her. The monsters and their strange, ancient city deep below the earth.
Theodora is not content to find a husband and settle down. She seeks adventure, not courtship.She feels the primal pull of beings that shouldn’t exist and falls into the den beneath. Saved by a monstrous man from the clutches of two vampires, she quickly realizes that her nightmares couldn’t even come close to the things that haunt the underworld.As she desperately seeks escape, can she survive the horrors that lurk below, or will she succumb to the power that reigns in the dark?
A dark, seductive force calls to her… pulls her towards its clutches…