Publisher Description

Dante Gabriel is starving. What he craves is red gold—human blood. After being held captive as a blood slave to a female vampire for years, he has finally escaped. Unchained at last, he follows his nose to the nearest blood bank to sate his hunger.

ER nurse Erin Hamilton expects just another busy night shift…until she finds a gorgeous stranger vandalizing the hospital blood bank. Though her logic tells her to turn him in, she’s pulled by stronger and unfamiliar emotions to protect the man who seems oddly infatuated with her scent. Chemistry sizzles between them, but Dante, plagued by nightmares of his time in captivity, fears he won’t be able to control himself…especially when he discovers a secret she doesn’t even know she’s hiding.

August 21
Waterhouse Press
Waterhouse Press, LLC

Customer Reviews

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Loved the book!

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Love a good Vampire book!

Blood Bond Saga Part 1 by Helen Hardt 4.5 Stars!
I loved getting back to a good, tough, sexy, Vampire book! It’s well written, interesting, exciting, with great characters. This is the first time I’ve read this author’s work and I quite enjoyed this vampire short story. I’m looking forward to reading the rest of this series to see where it goes and what other species come about.
This book contains adult content and includes frequent adult language and explicit and frank sex scene talk. Don't read this book if hot love scenes and adult language offend you.
Happy Reading♥️

A Very Sad Player ,

Please Don’t Waste $45.00

I wanted to love this series...truly, I did. I am an avid reader, and love both supernatural stories, as well as romances. The fifteen books could have easily been condensed into one. The female lead, Erin, was constantly disappointing. Potentially interesting characters such as Lucy were not explored enough to be intriguing. I wanted to care about these characters. I had hoped for something more than such an anticlimactic conclusion to a series that was far too drawn out to begin with. I very much wish I hadn’t spent $45.00 on this.

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