by Cecilia Dominic
Aether Psychics, Book 4 (last in series but can be read as a stand-alone)
The only place to hide could be behind the truth.
No one can lie to Louisa Cobb. It’s her gift. Her curse. Magic her stepfather has no compunction about using to gain the upper hand in business. But when Parnaby Cobb presents her with her latest mark, she realizes he’s testing her loyalty.
Her target is Patrick O’Connell, an Irish tinkerer and scoundrel who stole a kiss—and her heart—years ago. Should she betray her stepfather to set Patrick free, she’ll be cut off without a penny to her name.
Patrick knows exactly he’s been captured, why he’s struggling to lie into Louisa’s sky-blue eyes. He’s invented a device to stabilize and direct the mysterious Eros Element. If he fails to recreate it for Cobb, his closest friends’ happiness will be at risk.
Back in Boston, as Patrick stalls for time and Louisa uncovers secrets of her tragic past, the two of them engage in a treacherous dance on the edge of love and danger. Where one wrong step could condemn them both to everlasting heartache—and unleash an unimaginably powerful force that could destroy their world.
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by Helen Bright
Holly Fraser has known nothing but loss in her short life and now finds herself the lone carer of her younger brother. With financial difficulties piling high she accepts a job from the mysterious, yet devastatingly attractive, Sergei Petrov.
Sergei is a born immortal vampire who is often misunderstood, mostly due to his happy-go-lucky nature and ability to create chaos from good intentions.
Recent events have left him disheartened, yet a chance meeting at a funeral (of all places) fills Sergei with hope that a happy future may await him after all.
But withholding the truth rarely ends well and a shock revelation could destroy everything.
Does Holly have the resilience she needs to be Sergei’s Angel? Or are neither destined to find their Heaven?
Thief of Sanguardia
by Cherie Marks
His otherworldly charm isn’t an act.
Kaia Skipwith is having a very bad Monday. A reformed thief who has to pull one last job in New York City to save her sister, she must bring some barely-guarded, ancient artifact to the Seagate Building in Manhattan by midnight Saturday, she’ll never see her sister again. An in-the-bag finale for an experienced B&E expert such as herself. Yet, not more than five minutes into the job, alarms blare and police cars screech up. She grabs the creepy key with a skeleton emblem—a literal skeleton key—looks up at the doors in front of her, and gets the strangest feeling that she’ll be safe on the other side of that door.
Zegorie Fay of Clan Montgomerie has taken charge of the Vampire Army, and though he knows his duty, he no longer knows why he fights. War has been raging in Sanguardia for as long as he can remember. Battle-worn and searching for meaning in his existence, he gets distracted in a most unusual way. The minute he sees her, he knows she’s trouble. For one, she’s the most attractive female he’s ever seen. For another, she’s clearly human, enemy to the vampires and bringers of war. But, above all, he senses something special about her, something…otherworldly. He must possess her secrets.
Resist – A Vampire Blood Courtesans Romance
by Tami Lund
My sister has disappeared into the shadowy vampire world of Blood Courtesans, where blood and sex are money, and humans are sold to the highest bidder.
I’m Anya, and I hate vampires. They killed my aunt. And now they’ve stolen my sister. I can’t let her die, so I head to Chicago to track her down.
Before I can find her, I’m assaulted by two human thugs, and of all the luck, a vampire comes to my rescue. Cam is sexy as sin with an accent that melts panties, and he hasn’t eaten in far too long. And now he’s offering to help track down my sister… no strings attached.
The Blood Courtesans Series, where vampires are real, rich, powerful–and hungry.
Blood is bought and sold like fine wine, and the best blood goes to the highest bidder.
It’s not supposed to be about love … until it is.