Charlie is a ballsy, badass wolf shifter.
She knows that for any man to truly satisfy her, he’ll have to be the strong, confident type.
When her mate rolls into town with his outlaw biker gang, he’s strong and confident alright.
She can’t believe fate would pair her with the rude, crude, leather-clad bastard.
Even if he is the hottest thing she’s ever seen.
When 21-year-old Nolan Bishop meets a seductive redhead at a dark club in downtown Shreveport, little does he know that his soul will be gone as soon as she leaves the club. It doesn’t take Nolan long to realize that Eva Sheridan, the succubus who now invades his dreams, has taken something from him. Through the underground network of the supernatural in New Orleans, he discovers he has seven days to destroy Eva before he turns into a sinister and feral vampire himself.
In a race against all that is holy, Nolan encounters Eva’s identical twin, Charity, who is still very much a human. As he begs for Charity’s help in locating Eva, she realizes that his utmost desire is to kill her sister. Although Eva is a relentless succubus, Charity doesn’t want her sister to die. Now, it’s up to Nolan to determine his own future. While Charity and Nolan grow closer, he struggles with destroying her sister. Can he choose between his humanity and his heart in a mere seven days?
Happy Hour at Casa Dracula
Gardener and book-lover Milagro De Los Santos doesn’t quite fit in anywhere, but still manages to have fun in her haphazard city life of temp jobs, nightclubbing, and arty boyfriends. Then one night, at a book party for her pretentious ex, she meets Oswald, a fabulous man. A mad kissing session leads to cut lips and an accidental exchange of blood.
Then for the first time in Milagro’s life, she becomes sick and develops strange cravings for raw meat. When her ex-boyfriend kidnaps her, accusing her of being a vampire, Oswald’s family comes to her rescue and hides her away to recover at their wine country estate.
The family thinks she’s an aimless party girl. She thinks they’re terrible snobs. Can they learn to tolerate one another long enough to defeat mutual enemies and make it home for cocktail hour?