Sunday, August 20, 2017

Excerpt from COLD HEARTED VAMPIRE


Excerpt from Cold Hearted Vampire. Ebook is available for preorder now at Amazon: http://amzn.to/2uMDy0A
Paperback and ebook availabe at all online book outlets  9/6/17
 
                                       ****

He’d just had sex, twice now, with a vampire.
Been inside the living undead. Even as the idea boggled his mind, he found he only wanted a chance to do it again. 

Because, vampire or not, he had feelings for the lovely and cool Dr. Michaela. From their first kiss, he’d known there was something about her. Something that drew him in. Not just animal magnetism, but the almost indiscernible vulnerability he’d glimpsed in her eyes. Anyone who thought her cold and unfeeling had obviously never looked below the surface—or had her in the sack. 

She was open in her lovemaking. Kept nothing hidden, and it made him wonder why she considered it so necessary to keep her passionate side hidden the rest of the time.
The front door suddenly slammed open. Hitting hard against Seth’s hip and almost knocking Michaela off of him. Their private time ended as three men clambered through the broken door. 

Seth instinctively reached for a weapon that wasn’t there. 

“Dad!” Michaela squealed and everything inside him froze solid as ice. Scrambling off Seth’s body, giving a flashing view of that lovely backside, she attempted to use his body as a shield. 

Even as he sat up straight, she was tugging at him and cowering behind his back.
Catching the look of pure venom in Andris Blautsauger’s eyes, Seth slapped a hand to his forehead and groaned. 

Things were about to get really ugly.      

                                                                                  
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After a spell goes horribly wrong, Morgan locks her powers deep inside her.
Now she must learn to use
her magic to save the 
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 He was both her hero and enemy.
She was his best student and biggest regret.
Can they leave the shadows long enough to
admit their feelings?
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5 comments:

Jannine Gallant said...

Getting ugly seems to be an understatement. LOL

Leah St. James said...

Great scene. It makes me ask all sort of questions, which makes me want to read more. :-)

Rolynn Anderson said...

A parent/child's worst nightmare...and the bad part of being a vampire is the nightmare is revisited hundred and hundreds of nights. Thanks for the excerpt, R.E. Another bloody reckoning on the horizon.





Brenda Whiteside said...

Scary and humorous at the same time. Great.

Alicia Dean said...

Eeewwww, nice!! Love it!