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Monday, June 23, 2014

#4 in Sabrina Strong Series now available!

Now on Amazon $3.99
eventually will be on Smash-words

The big vampire, Bjorn Tremayne has lost his reign and has become a rogue, and this doesn't sit well with him. But he's about to do something that will change all this. Dark World has set a bounty on Sabrina's head because she wouldn't mate with him, but he has come up with a way to trick her into bed with him. He needs to get her away from the only vampire who protects her—Vasyl.
Sabrina's agenda was to enjoy a pleasant Thanksgiving with family, and no vampires, Nephilim, werewolves, or demons to interrupt it. Unfortunately a demon in the guise of her Grandmother Rose has decided to attack her at this family gathering. Bill Gannon, her neighbor and Nephilim, has gotten an invite to Thanksgiving. Just when he's about to save Sabrina from the demon, who walks in, kills the demon and whisks Sabrina off in his cool Super Snake Mustang but Tremayne... with the help of leprechaun Rick.
After the melee in Sabrina's brother's house, Tremayne convinces Sabrina she isn't safe and manages to talk her into running.
Vasyl, meanwhile, has fought off Tremayne's minions, but in the meantime has lost Sabrina. It's daybreak and he must hide from the sun. He has to chase Sabrina across the Midwest, knowing that Tremayne's ultimate goal is to mate with her—before he, himself, has had a chance to consummate his marriage to Sabrina. 

In order to complete his duty of finding the sibyl, Bill Gannon must chase after Sabrina, too, and find a way to talk her into having his children in order to save the whole Nephilim race. 
While all of these men are vying for Sabrina's attentions, something called an Undead who feeds on souls, seeks Sabrina—the last sibyl—for his own diabolical needs. And he is very determined to find her. 

Friday, May 16, 2014

The Vampire's Hunger

Mathias Hues as my master vampire Bjorn Tremayne
Sudden awareness brought him back to the now—he smelled the human's warm blood at the same time their footfalls filled the hallway. His eyes flashed open. Two people approached down the hall. They darted nervous looks at him. Stopping three doors down, their voices hushed as they located their key-card and hurriedly slipped inside their room amid hushed exchanges. Their door clicked shut. The sound of locks put in place made Tremayne smile inwardly.
He snorted his amusement at the way humans reacted with fear whenever they saw him. His size made humans fearful, but there were other things about him—much more dangerous things. His aura oozed danger, for one. Also, his eyes had gone feral—pupils enlarged from when he'd zeroed in on the female. He could have taken them both within seconds of seeing them. He simply didn't want to leave an obvious trail of drained humans wherever he went. Police didn't frighten him in the least bit. But, humans didn't know that vampires actually existed, and he wanted to keep it that way. Also, he didn't want to leave victims—alive or dead—this close to where he slept throughout the day. That could be a problem. Didn't want detectives waking him up in the middle of the day questioning him—danger of the sun his biggest concern.

That's it,” he muttered, pushing away from the wall. “I'm fucking hungry.” 
~from the up-coming exciting next installment...
Fourth book in Sabrina Strong Series

Sunday, January 12, 2014

A Few Links to Interviews, Reviews and more...

I'm trying to get a few places down in one post, here to help you check things out from one spot.

Here is my post about actual vampires (people who believe they are walking, living vampires--find out why they think that they are, etc.), called "Embrace The Vampire Within" 
And check out my interview with South African Vampire News

Here is a piece from Shelly Arkon's blog about my first book, Vampire Ascending. This is her review HERE

That's it for now, my pretties! And do stop by my main blog Lorelei's Muse for more updates and posts.

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