My brand new vampire universe is here to stay!
The Blood Accord series begins.
This summer, I released V is for Vampire in the limited-run Bite Me anthology, full of hot vampire tales from USA Today and Bestselling authors. But now you can get my Blood Accord series prequel all by its sticky little self!
Yup, I wrote a filthy, vampire ménage story set in the year 2399. Vampirism is a genetic mutation, and all vampires live underground because the UV is out of control, even at night. Corporate security firms claim to protect V-positive citizens from harm by tightly restricting traffic form the surface, but my heroine, November Kitamura, a vampire gate guard in underground Seattle finds out something else is going on. Something large-scale and all kinds of f**ked up. And yeah, somewhere in the middle of all this, she gets some D. OK, a LOT of D. But that’s OK, because vampires need the extra vitamin D, right? Right??
And guess what? Readers seemed to like it!
“HOLY TITFIRE! The world building in this one was incredible. I am gobsmacked. Add in one of the hottest scenes that I have ever read, and I was done for.”
~ Goodreads Reviewer
“Oh, this is no run-of-the-mills ordinary vampire novel. This is a Sci-fi, Suspense, Thriller and a Comedy with a touch of Porno mixed in for good measure.”
~ Amazon Reviewer
“I FLOVED how the author has taken the genre, shaken it up with a big old dollop of seasoning and presented something completely new and captivating.”
~ Amazon Reviewer
Here’s the blurb!
“Bite down and don’t let go.”
November just wants to serve her time as a gate guard and maybe once in a while splurge on that nice imported bloodmeal for a change. You know. Vampire stuff.
Then these conspiracy whackos show up at her post and try to get all murdery.
She wakes up beaten and bloody in a cheap apartment on the surface, where vampires haven’t lived in at least three hundred years. Her new guard partner Leo might have been trying to save her life—and he might look delicious as hell—but he’s also out of his mortal mind to bring her here. His arrogant roommate, Radoslav, is no better.
She needs to get back underground. This isn’t some fairytale land like back in the twenty-first century. It’s a felony for her to even be up top, and these two men can’t agree on how to smuggle her home.
Plus, there’s this whole other problem.
November is getting hungry.
V is for Vampire is a raw, red-hot prologue to the upcoming Blood Accord series, and smears the pages with a thirsty vampire who knows what she wants, and the men who know how to give it to her. Stain remover recommended.
V is for Vampire is now live on Amazon. AND, if you have Kindle Unlimited, you can read for FREE!
Even if you don’t own a Kindle, you can get the free Kindle app for Android, Apple or PC, and get all the fangs and filth on your phone, computer or tablet.
Excerpt from V is for Vampire:
“She’s about to slide off your lap, Croix.” The vampire was still in his chair, but his voice had dropped an octave. “If you don’t put a cock in her,” he said, “I will.”
“Fuck off, Rado.” Leo claimed a kiss, territorial, and she couldn’t help a smile. An erection was nudging awake against the back of her thigh.
“Oh?” She teased when he broke it off. “You don’t want to watch me suck his dick while you’re inside me?”
The grip tightened at her knee, and Leo bit off a growl. Gave her a fierce look. Another glimpse at some of the fire she might stoke. November pushed herself out of his hold and away from his chest. She went to her feet and abandoned the table and chairs.
“I’ll be over on the bed while you two figure it out,” she said over a shoulder. “You both wanna get naked and wrestle for my favor, I’m happy to watch. Seems like a lot of extra work when we could all just share.”
The steps she took, without looking back, carried November deeper into the gamble. A selfish move, but it was only a matter of time before her life became more oppressive than it already was, and she didn’t care.
Before she made it past the sofa, a hand closed on her upper arm. Yanked to spin her around, and Leo was kissing her before she could speak.
She came up on her toes to meet him, hungry, and his grip slid to the back of her neck. The kiss was work. An aggressive bid for supremacy, jaws and tongues on either side trying to force the other one back. She nipped him with her fangs and won a moan, and then a second set of bootsteps rounded the couch.
A new hand tugged at the back of her towel, even while Leo moved to rough his mouth over her jaw, her throat. In a rasp of material, Rado made her naked and closed in to press her between the two clothed men.
Gambled and won.
“About time,” she said to the ceiling. Leo dropped his grip to take handfuls of her ass, and her heartbeat sped.
“I told you,” said Rado, grazing knuckles along her spine. “Impatient.”
She let her head fall back on his shoulder. “You’re a dick.”
The vampire smiled. “And bitchy.” Thumb and fingers took hold of her jaw, and he pinned her there for a kiss. Leisure informed the caress of his tongue, the slow pressure of fangs at her lips. He tasted her like he had all the time in the world and, on some level, he just might.
A mouth closed over one of her nipples and November groaned into the kiss. Her knees tried to give way, but Rado circled an arm below her ribs. Male hands groped her, cupping flesh, squeezing, pinching. Separating. A palm slid past her navel. Teeth worried her throat. There were fingers between her legs, smearing arousal, and November felt like she was trying to drown in midair.
A tightening grip squeezed around her neck, just below her jaw, and November opened her eyes to find Rado staring back, from over her shoulder. The lines of his face had slackened and flushed with hunger.
“You want to be used, Kitamura?”
She gave a little hiss as Leo’s teeth found her nipple but didn’t break the other vampire’s gaze. “Do you?”