Can a bratty young vampire behave himself for the ultimate reward?
Benjamin Wilde has been around for four hundred years. Clove Noble has only recently joined the clan of the undead. But Clove has also joined Professor Wilde’s Egyptology class, and now the other students have begun to disappear, one by one.
Professor Wilde knows he has to do something to curb Clove’s youthful recklessness. And when the young vampire expresses an interest in Benjamin’s attractive bloodslave Sage, he thinks he might have a way to control him.
Or is Clove smarter than he seems? Will bringing Clove home to Sage be a mistake—or the way to a better future for them all? Because Clove is vulnerable to the other vampires out there, Benjamin wants to protect him as much as he wants to keep him in line.
And what about Sage? Can a human handle being with two hungry vampires, or will Sage make an offer that has been years in the making?
from Pride Publishing
How do you live your best life when you’re dead?
Joanna Kilkenny has been milking her fame for all it’s worth. But Alba de Gradi is as sick of the lifestyle as she is of the name she’s been using for twenty-five years.
Now, she and her Rockstar ex-lover, Lorne Dechenes, bring to fruition years of planning and make their escape from the Hollywood rat race, bringing along the bodyguard who has kept Joanna safe. Jamie Conrad is blindsided at Joanna’s movie premiere by Lorne’s unexpected appearance and Joanna’s confession that her entire life has been a lie. Especially since she’s not even alive.
Jamie reels from the discovery that the woman he has secretly loved and not-so-secretly protected for years is not who he thought she was. Caught up in the excitement and in feelings he can’t deny, he can’t refuse Alba’s sincere request and is whisked away to a villa in Tuscany on Lorne’s private jet.
At a villa named Del Cielo, near the ancient town of Siena, Alba must convince Jamie that his life is better with her and with Lorne, in a place where life and death come at a slower pace, and the finest wines are aged.
But can two human men satisfy the ravenous appetites of an ancient immortal who wants another chance at death?
from Totally Bound