Three complete books filled with witches, vampires, fae, shades, and sexy characters in swoonworthy romances and nail-biting action.
A vampire slayer by necessity.
Anissa Garnet is a vampire. She's also a slayer. Anissa is no stranger to taking out the enemies of her clan leader. Her assignment is simple. Jonah Bourke is not to attend the League of Vampires. Ever. It should have been an easy kill. It should have been one and done. It would have been, if Jonah Bourke hadn't saved her life.
An assignment like no other.
Vampire clan leader Jonah Bourke is that one. He didn't plan to be a hero. He didn't want to save the life of the slayer that was sent to kill him. Maybe he wouldn't have, if he'd known.
Too late now.
Anissa just compounded his problems. Not that he didn't have plenty: A rebellious twin who wants to claim leadership of their clan and a litany of supernaturals that want him dead.
So what's a vampire to do when he saves the life of the vampire girl sent to kill him?
A half-blood by birth.
Anissa Garnet is half-fae, half-vampire. And she's not the daughter of just any fae, she's the daughter of Gregor, the leader of the fae. Except now she's made the mistake of walking away from her fae kind.
As if that wasn't bad enough, she left her mother's kind—vampires—behind.
Now this half-breed has gone rogue, but she hasn't done it alone.
Vampire clan leader no more.
Jonah Bourke not only stepped down from being a clan leader, he also left behind his entire clan, the one he was destined to rule. All to merge his fate with Anissa, the slayer that had been sent to kill him.
New Alliances, old foes.
The Sanctum provides more than sanctuary. It provides answers, which sometimes leads to more questions, and then even more threats.
Ancient enemies, newfound coalitions.
Anissa's not about to take Jonah's decision to face his enemies alone. This former slayer isn't your average sit on the sidelines kind of girl.
New heroes, not so new archenemies.
Fane wants forgiveness and allegiance, but not at the cost of the ones he loves most. Certainly, not at the expense of a new soul that is joining his cadre.
Needs rarely line up with wants.
Philippa's feelings for Vance won't be the end of her, but will they be the end of a loved one?