Wings in the Night
The classic vampire-romance series that started it all…
Strong sexual content
Stephen “Ramsey” Bachman works for notorious Division of Paranormal Investigations, bane to vampire-kind. The organization stepped in after his mother was murdered by a vampire, paid for his schooling, trained him, and taught him to hate the undead, and to hunt them.
His current case is like none before, though, and the vampire he’s been tasked with capturing is leading him on a chase he’s beginning to think she’s enjoying. She’s a sexy-as-sin, pixie-sized vampires who pushes all his buttons. Worse, he’s been having erotic dreams about her that leave him panting with need.
Cuyler Jade can’t figure out why she feels so drawn to a DPI agent—he is her enemy and the enemy of her people. Ramsey has been chasing her high and low. She keeps playing tricks on him, letting him get just so close, but no closer.
And yet, close enough to taunt her with her own desires. For she’s been dreaming about him, too and when he is near, she can barely restrain herself from acting those dreams out in real life.
She can’t hurt him. She feels an urge to look out for him, and she wants him as if her loins are on fire. The only way to restore peace and sanity, she decides, is to get the bottom of this connection between them once and for all.
So she tricks him, and then she drugs him, and then she takes him to a hideaway where nobody but nobody can interrupt.
Nobody that is, except the killers he works for.
BONUS! A never-before published short story:
Rhiannon in the Temple of Isis 4: The Wish-Granter
Look for Book 5: Born in Twilight