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Friday, November 30, 2018

Selah's Manga Mania Review: Sorry for My Familiar Vol. 1 by Tekka Yaguraba

Sorry for My Familiar Vol. 1
by Tekka Yaguraba
March 13, 2018
180 pages
Publisher: Seven Seas
Genre: humor, fantasy, YA


When the devil girl Patty finds she's too weak to summon an animal familiar, she chooses a human instead. His name: Norman Volcanello--an eccentric guy with a dangerous fascination with exotic life forms. As Patty and Norman set out to find her missing father, an offbeat adventure begins!

I grabbed Sorry for My Familiar without really looking at the premise – I guess I expected it to be about witches and their animals or something. However, the premise just made it way WAY better for me.

Patty the devil girl is too weak to summon an animal familiar, so she chooses a human demonologist named Norman instead. Set loose in devil world to find her missing father, things go about as well as you’d expect.

The Good: I feel like in a lot of ways this was hand-written for me. It starts really fast with little setup, and you’re thrown into the adventure pretty straight away. It’s just so ridiculous – Patty’s looked down on for using Norman, but his skills help the pair out a lot, too…as much as they get them into trouble. Between getting suckered into a familiar deathmatch, getting lost in a desert, and having to store Norman in a barn with a giant lethal creature that he just wants to sketch and learn about, plus hearing how much trouble her dad’s gotten into along the way, this thing is chock full of fun and silliness. Both Patty and Norman have their extreme emotional reactions to things and play the straight person for each other at other times. It’s not a perfect balance yet, but I could see it really coming together in future volumes. The illustrations are over the top where it counts, adding to the emotion. I love the sheer amount of character types in this world, which helps out a fairly straightforward narrative. Adding in the character of her uncle helps a lot, too. In some ways, I wish a little more time was spent in some of these places, because there’s a lot to see framing the main story. We never really leave Patty and Norman’s point of view, which is a solid choice, but it also feels a little limiting given the sheer amount of stuff in this world.
The bad: Not really bad, but it definitely reads like a first volume. I’m not sure what could have been changed to suck me in a little more, but there were times I felt myself disengaging, or thinking ‘oh my gosh, what now??’ It leaves off after a punchline on an adventure, so there’s no real cliffhanger or something that makes me feel like I need to know what comes next, even though it’s set up as a long-form adventure. This feels like a better fit for middle grade and younger teens, but it’s still a fun flip through overall.
The ick: nah, nothing gets gross or too violent.

3 devilish sheep

About the Author:
Selah Janel is a writer who is trying to start doing that again instead of reading manga all the time.

Thursday, November 29, 2018

Excerpt: Ginger Snapped: A Cybercrime Thriller with a Shocking Twist by Chloe Sunstone + giveaway

Congrats to Chloe Sunstone on the release of her exciting Cybercrime Thriller, Ginger Snapped! Read on for more details, an exclusive excerpt, and a fantastic giveaway! 

by Chloe Sunstone 
October 22nd, 2018 
Genre: Thriller 
How does an amazing professional opportunity descend into a living nightmare?

Carefree Ginger's motto of “Work Hard, Play Harder” shapes her life. So when her husband, Jake, gets a job offer on the other side of the country, she is up for the adventure. But after Jake accepts the promotion, nothing is as expected. While Ginger remains in Cleveland to sell their house, she is plagued by strange prank calls, premonition-like nightmares, and the feeling that she is being watched. Is Jake's new job putting her in danger? Unfortunately, she ignores her intuition and soon finds herself face to face with a ruthless killer. Trapped in a deadly world of corporate corruption and murderous greed, she must overcome her own fears and rely on her wits if she plans to survive.

Although the first in the Ginger Gibson series, this is a standalone book.

Oh No! I’m back. I am surrounded by inky black nothingness. The air is musty…damp, my nostrils fill with the smell of dank basement. Like in a haunted house, filled with saws and chains and bloody hooks, this is the perfect place for any psycho to hide his tools of the crazy trade. I’m trembling, from the all-encompassing fear, eating at every cell in my body. Where am I? My fingers search out for clues. Beneath me is a thin mattress on a hard surface. My head rests on a concrete-like pillow. My breathing escalates as the panic rises in my chest. I open my mouth to scream, but only a muted croak escapes. Over the thunder of my pounding heart, I hear a booming crack, a gunshot. I recognize the sound from a trip to the range with Jake years earlier. I swing my legs over the side of my perch, thinking in my blind panic to run even though I cannot see. I can’t ignore this intense urge to flee. But my impulse is thwarted by an unknown restraint trapping my left arm, a rope? Panic has me in its grip. I gasp for air to fill my lungs but produce only whimpers and muted pleas. A loud screech reverberates through the darkness. Rats? Oh, please, no rats! Could this get any worse? Hysterical, I yank relentlessly on the rope tethering me. With each tug, the line cuts deeper into my skin. My arm warms as blood seeps from the gouges, coating my hand and fingers. Behind me, the pounding sound of footsteps startles me. Before I can turn to confront my visitor, I feel the rush of air preceding the impact to the back of my head. A blaze of bright stars then, a different blackness envelopes me.

About the Author: 
After over twenty years in Human Resources, Chloe decided to make a change. She returned to her first love of writing. She combined her corporate experience with her love for the written word to create engaging cyber-crime thrillers. On a personal note, Chloe lives in Cleveland, Ohio with her loving husband, Mike. They spend their free time boating, scuba diving, and of course, reading.

For your chance to win a paperback copy of Ginger Snapped, click the link below! *North America Only

Jacey Bedford Confession: I write both science fiction (space opera) and historical fantasy.

Confession: I write both science fiction (space opera) and historical fantasy. 

The two are not mutually exclusive. I can easily switch from one to the other. My first published trilogy is space opera (the Psi-Tech trilogy) and my second trilogy completes in November with the publication of the third book, ROWANKIND.

With space opera, you can largely make stuff up as long as you are consistent and logical, but with historical fantasy, you've got to get your history right. It's the solid background of history that grounds your book, even if you inject elements of magic. It may be that your history has diverged from 'real' history at a specific point and therefore everything is now one sideways step from the real timeline, or it may be that real history is happening around your storyline with the addition of (say) magic.

That's what has happened in my Rowankind trilogy, set in 1800-1802.

I try to get my history right. This involves a lot of research because I'm not a history scholar. I have to fact-check everything, from the Napoleonic Wars, to the best timber to make the hull of a sailing ship. (Bermuda teak if you want to know.)

So I'd been ultra-careful when writing ROWANKIND and its predecessors, WINTERWOOD, and SILVERWOLF. I had to research Georgian England, from street maps of Plymouth and London in the relevant periods, to costume, transport, housing (right down to available paint colours), and the length of time it took for the mail coach to reach London from Barnsley.

But sometimes you need to know what you don't know in order to be able to look it up.

ROWANKIND was finished and delivered to my publisher (DAW in the USA). I was waiting for the page proofs, which is the final stage that the author has any involvement. With page proofs, you can't add or subtract a great deal. You can correct typos and make minor adjustments to punctuation, but you can't add in a new scene or even a substantial paragraph. At the climax of the book, my main characters are observing Parliament debating [something… but if I tell you what, I'd have to shoot you]. I was happy with the way the book ending was working… and then… I heard an article on BBC Radio4 about women being allowed to view parliamentary proceedings for the first time in the 1830s. And I had women viewing Parliament in 1802. (Not only viewing but interrupting the proceedings from a non-existent public gallery.)

That may not seem like such a huge mistake to you, but you can bet your bottom dollar, that someone would have pointed it out to me within a day or publication. Luckily a quick email to my publisher got me dispensation to make the necessary alteration at the page proof stage. Whew! Saved by the BBC. I love Radio4.

by Jacey Bedford
November 27, 2018
479 pages
Publisher: DAW

"Swashbuckling action, folklore and characters to care about: this is an authentic English take on historical fantasy, magic and class." - Kari Sperring, author of The Grass King's Concubine.

What do you do with a feral wolf shapechanger who won't face up to his responsibilities? How do you contain magical creatures accidentally loosed into Britain's countryside? How do you convince a crew of barely-reformed pirates to go straight when there's smuggling to be done? How do you find a lost notebook full of deadly spells while keeping out of the clutches of its former owner? How do you mediate between a mad king and the seven lords of the Fae?

Ross and Corwen, she a witch and he a shapechanger, have several problems to solve but they all add up to the same thing. How do you make Britain safe for magic users?

It's 1802. A tenuous peace with France is making everyone jumpy. The Fae, and therefore Ross and Corwen at their behest, have unfinished business with Mad King George, who may not be as mad as everyone thinks--or if he is, he's mad in a magical way. The Fae have left mankind alone up to now because they don't care to get involved with mortals, but don't be fooled into thinking they're harmless.

"It's like an irresistible smorgasbord of all my favourite themes and fantasy elements all in one place, and a strong, compelling female protagonist was the cherry on the top." - Bibliosanctum

About the Author:

Jacey Bedford has a string of short story publication credits on both sides of the Atlantic. She lives a thousand feet up on the edge of the Yorkshire Pennines in a 200-year-old stone house. She has been a librarian, postmistress, rag-doll maker, and a folk singer in an a cappella trio.

Spotlight: Four Witches and a Funeral (Wicked Society Book 3) by Daisy Prescott, Love Spells

Today we are celebrating the release of Four Witches and a Funeral by Daisy Prescott.
Four Witches and a Funeral is the third novella in Daisy’s Wicked Society series, and it is a lighthearted paranormal romance title with a cozy mystery twist. You can purchase it now or read it for FREE as part of KindleUnlimited.

Four Witches and a Funeral (Wicked Society Book 3)
by Daisy Prescott, Love Spells  
November 29, 2018
Book Three in the Wicked Society series.

If you’ve ever wished for the power of invisibility, I advise you to rethink your superpower.

Sure, temporary invisibility might be cool. But what if it becomes your normal? Let me tell you, it’s not as fun as it seems. Neither is being a ghost.

I miss kissing. I miss my boyfriend.

If this is eternity, I’d like a refund.

Someone or something powerful is coming. There’s a new coven in Boston and a new spirit witch has joined the Wicked Society.

Good. It’s been forever since I’ve had some fun.

Four Witches and a Funeral is the final book in the Wicked Society series of interconnected, lighthearted paranormal romances with a cozy mystery twist.

Welcome to Love Spells, where laughter and love spells romance.
Do you love to laugh out loud while reading your favorite paranormal romances? Look no further than Love Spells. Each series featured here is written by some of today’s bestselling paranormal romance authors and comes with the promise of humor to go with your happily-ever-afters. So get ready to giggle your way through your next romance featuring all your favorite paranormal beings. Witches, shifters, and vampires, oh my!
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Wednesday, November 28, 2018

Book Review: The Fae Games Duet by Jill Ramsower + giveaway

The Fae Games Duet
Shadow Play (The Fae Games Book 1)
Jun 23, 2018
Twilight Siege (The Fae Games Book 2)

Sept 1, 2018
by Jill Ramsower
Genres: Adult, Fantasy, Romance

When Rebecca Peterson walks away from everything she knows to follow her dreams in Ireland, she never expects to be thrown into a world of vicious Fae and deadly secrets. On the dreary streets of Belfast, her terrifying nightmares are rekindled, and this time they aren’t confined to her imagination. Complicating her life further, Becca crosses paths with two mysterious strangers—both alluring in different ways, but are either of them to be trusted?

Her journey takes her deep into the treacherous Shadow Lands, where both her knowledge and courage will be tested. Navigating this new landscape of deceit and manipulation is paramount if she is to stop hordes of blood-thirsty Faeries from invading Earth. With time running out, will her limited training be enough to take on a centuries old enemy hell-bent on death and destruction? To keep those she loves safe, Becca is willing to risk it all.

In this captivating duet, Jill Ramsower takes her readers from the streets of Belfast on a harrowing journey to the most dangerous corners of Faery, where fear is a lethal enemy and trust is a luxury few can afford.

Rebecca Peterson, a young burgeoning art historian, is desperate to reach her full potential. Feeling the pull to move beyond her New York City waitressing gig, she pursues a job opportunity abroad at a Belfast museum. With little hesitation, Becca accepts the offer and embarks on her new adventure. She’s barely settled in her new home when her world is vastly altered. Becca almost immediately finds herself thrust into the supernatural world of fae politics and espionage. Ramsower’s creative alternate-Belfast complete with intrigue and combustible romance easily make Fae Games one of my favourite new urban fantasies of 2018. The Fae Games Duet contains the first two books in Jill Ramsower’s new series; Shadow Play and Twilight Siege.

The Fae Games Duet was difficult to put down. Initially I found Becca’s voice slightly juvenile and the idea of Becca’s gal pal accompanying her on her journey slightly silly. However, in the larger context, Ramsower’s creative choices make better sense. Becca’s transformation as a character is well-told; from her initial arrival in Belfast in Shadow Play to her dramatic transformation and personal realization in Twilight Siege. Both books are entertaining, quick reads. The second book is even better than the first as the storytelling becomes more confident.

Becca’s journey is linked to the work of the Huntsmen, a group of elite royal-appointed male fae living on earth and protecting the interest of the Seelie court. Among the group are a formidable cast of powerful fae, two of which – Locklan and Ronan -- zero in on Becca quickly. The romantic tension unravels at a deliciously torturous pace, a device I find wholly entertaining.

Shades of Betrayal, the third Fae Games installment was released last week. A review of book three, Ashley’s story, is forthcoming.

Shadow Play: Four Sheep

Twilight Siege: Five Sheep

Bianca Greenwood

About the Author:
Jill is a Texan, born and raised. She manages the hectic social calendars for her three active children and occasionally spends an evening with her dashing husband. Aside from being an author and a mom, she’s an attorney, travel junkie, and voracious reader.

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A tumbler, $25 Amazon gift card, signed paperback of the duet, + author swag 

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Tuesday, November 27, 2018

Book Review: The Mortal Word (The Invisible Library Novel Book 5) By Genevieve Cogman

The Mortal Word (The Invisible Library Novel Book 5) 
By Genevieve Cogman
November 27, 2018
448 pages
Publisher: Ace
November 27, 2018
ASIN: B07B774YYJ ISBN: 9780399587443
When Irene returns to London after a relatively straightforward book theft in Germany, Bradamant informs her that there is a top secret dragon-Fae peace conference in progress that the Library is mediating, and that the second-in-command dragon has been stabbed to death. Tasked with solving the case, Vale and Irene immediately go to 1890s Paris to start their investigation.

Once they arrive, they find evidence suggesting that the murder victim might have uncovered proof of treachery by one or more Librarians. But to ensure the peace of the conference, some Librarians are being held as hostages in the dragon and Fae courts. To save the captives, including her parents, Irene must get to the bottom of this murder--but was it a dragon, a Fae, or even a Librarian who committed the crime?

Irene returns to London and Bradamant tells her about the peace conference 
between the dragons and the Fae set in Paris of another alternate world. The Library will mediate it, 

But when a second-in-command dragon to the King dragon is murdered, Irene along with Vale and Kai, must figure out who killed the man and get the peace treaty signed. But the Blood Countess, a Fae known that inspired Dracula, isn’t helping. 

Once again, Genevieve Cogman has drawn me into her fantasy alternate worlds peopled by mortals, Fae, and dragons. There are librarians and books, and a real-life woman infamously known as a vampire because she bathed in virgins’ blood, a Parisian underground, and much more. She has proven again that librarians make the best heroes!
Review: The Invisible Library (The Invisible Library Novel)
Review: The Masked City (The Invisible Library #2)
Review: The Burning Page (The Invisible Library Novel)
Review: The Mortal Word (The Invisible Library Novel Book 5)

I give The Mortal Word (The Invisible Library Novel Book 5) 5 sheep.

Reviewed by Pamela K. Kinney

About the author:
Genevieve Cogman is a freelance author, who has written for several role-playing game companies. Her work includes GURPS Vorkosigan and contributions to the In Nomine role-playing game line for Steve Jackson Games: contributions to Exalted 2nd Edition and other contributions to the Exalted and Orpheuslines for White Wolf Publishing: Hearts, Swords and Flowers: The Art of Shoujo for Magnum Opus: and contributions to the Dresden Files RPG for Evil Hat Productions. She currently works for the NHS in England in the HSCIC as a clinical classifications specialist.

She has had three books of her series about the multidimensional Library accepted by Tor Books, and the first two books, The Invisible Library and The Masked City, are now available. Her novels are represented by Lucienne Diver of the Knight Agency.

Apocalypse Five by Stacey Rourke (rough)

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Tour Sign-Up: Unlucky in Love by A.J. Renee
I am organizing a blog tour for Unlucky in Love by A.J. Renee, an Adult Contemporary Romance novel. There are 20 spots on this tour which will run from February 4th to February 8th, 2019. Posts will consist of reviews, guest posts, interviews, and excerpts. There will also be a tour giveaway. Review copies will be available in ebook formats.
Note that signing up does not guarantee a spot on the tour.
Those selected for the tour will be emailed in late December with their tour date.
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Unlucky in Love
A.J. Renee
Publication date: January 30th 2019
Genres: Adult, Contemporary, Romance
Lucky in Love.
That’s the name of the dating app I picked, hoping to find Mr. Better Than Average so I can hold off planning my future as a cat lady.
I’ve been distracted eyeballing a tall, dark, and handsome Latin hottie who works in the library with me. He is way out of my league, and a woman has needs if you know what I mean.
Finding a man shouldn’t be hard when all I have to do is swipe left or right. It’ll weed out the slimy men who have Bad Date written all over them.
Yeah, I’m learning quickly that I’m rather unlucky in love after all. The men I pick need warning labels, kissing lessons, and a good talking-to about manners.
Should I throw in the towel, or will this series of bad dates be exactly what I need to win Mr. Right?
Tour Sign-Up: Apocalypse Five by Stacey Rourke
I am organizing a blog tour for Apocalypse Five by Stacey Rourke, a YA Sci-fi novel. There are 15 spots on this tour which will run from February 11th to February 15th, 2019. Posts will consist of reviews, guest posts, interviews, and excerpts. There will also be a tour giveaway. Review copies will be available in ebook formats.
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Apocalypse Five
Stacey Rourke
(Archive of the Fives, #1)
Publication date: February 12th 2019
Genres: Science Fiction, Young Adult
Good luck and have a pleasant apocalypse. 
The end of the world is coming. How or when, scientists can’t agree upon. For decades, Earth’s best line of defense has been a team of young soldiers known as the Apocalypse Five, forced into virtual reality simulations to train for Doom’s Day. But, this is no game. Death on the grid is brutally final and calls up the next in a long line of cadets. 
Stationed aboard the AT-1-NS Starship, the A5 are celebrities thrust into the limelight by a calling they didn’t choose. All it takes is one unscheduled mission, showing seventeen-year-old team leader Detroit a harsh and unfathomable reality, to shake the A5’s belief in all they thought they knew. After questioning people with the power to destroy them, the team is framed for a crime they didn’t commit and marked for death. Now, the hunt is on. 
Can the Apocalypse Five expose the truth the starship would kill to keep hidden? Or, will their bravery end in a public execution?  
Blitz Sign-Up: What a Wolf Desires by Amy Pennza
I am organizing a release week blitz for What a Wolf Desires by Amy Pennza, an 18+ Paranormal Romance novel. The blitz will run from December 10th to December 14th, 2018, you can post on any day during this window. There will be excerpts available for your post, and every participant will be able to post the blitz-wide giveaway if you wish – giveaway prize(s) courtesy of author. Social media sites are welcome.
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What a Wolf Desires
Amy Pennza
(Lux Catena Series, #1)
Publication date: November 21st 2018
Genres: Adult, Paranormal, Romance
Lizette Butler has the only thing she ever wanted—freedom from her pack Alpha, Maxime Simard, and the ability to decide her own fate. She and Max have a turbulent history and a powerful—if unwilling—attraction. Unfortunately, mere distance can’t stop the past from crashing back in to disrupt her life. Nor can it stop the rush of desire that overwhelms her the minute she sees him again. Her body may crave his physical seductions, but her heart will never let her love him.
As leader of the New York territory, Max has everything—wealth, power, and an army of wolves ready to jump at his command. But a mistake he made five years ago may have cost him the only thing worth living for: Lizette. He also knows something Lizette doesn’t—she possesses a rare ability that makes her a target and a prize.
Max can command Lizette to return to the pack, but he can’t command her trust…or her love. And if he can’t heal the rift between them, he may lose her forever.
Blitz Sign-Up: Fool’s Folly by Ophelia Bell
I am organizing a release week blitz for Fool’s Folly by Ophelia Bell, an Adult Paranormal Romance (Reverse Harem) novel. The blitz will run from December 18th to December 25th, 2018, you can post on any day during this window. There will be excerpts available for your post, and every participant will be able to post the blitz-wide giveaway if you wish – giveaway prize(s) courtesy of author. Social media sites are welcome.
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Out from Under You
Fool’s Folly
Ophelia Bell
(Fate’s Fools #2)
Publication date: December 18th 2018
Genres: Adult, Paranormal, Romance
Don’t f*ck with Fate.
Deva Rainsong has found her dragon soul, but she still feels incomplete. As a chimera, bred in a lab from the blood of all four higher races and human blood combined, it will take no less than a fragment of a soul from all five races to complete hers.
Yet even as she starts to believe that she can finally be complete and all her powers awakened, her hopes are dashed when the second soul gift she receives comes with unexpected side effects. And to top it off Fate itself has redoubled efforts to seek out and destroy all the members of the bloodline.
Fate doesn’t like loose ends, and Deva’s very existence is upsetting the balance. Will she be able to strike a compromise or be forced to run to escape Fate’s wrath?
Blitz Sign-Up: Captive Rebel by Erin McDermott
I am organizing a book blitz for Captive Rebel by Erin McDermott, a YA Fantasy Romance novel. The blitz will run from December 10th to December 14th, 2018, you can post on any day during this window. There will be excerpts available for your post, and every participant will be able to post the blitz-wide giveaway if you wish – giveaway prize(s) courtesy of author. Social media sites are welcome.
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Captive Rebel
Erin McDermott
(The Allegiance #1)
Publication date: July 2nd 2017
Genres: Fantasy, Romance, Young Adult
In a world where Greek Gods rule over the Allegiance, Marylyn O’Conner struggles to survive. 
Marylyn is a rebel, forced to do the rebellion’s bidding until an unforgiving family debt is paid. A pawn in the war against the Allegiance, she is obligated to become a rebel spy, or her family will suffer. 
When word spreads that an Allegiant Prince, Ariston, has escaped rebel captivity vowing to hunt down rebel spies, Marylyn realizes her only hope is to escape Allegiant territory. 
While on the run, Ariston captures Marylyn, preventing her from any chance of returning home. Desperate, she knows she needs to escape her alluring captor or risk the safety of her family. 
But Marylyn can’t keep herself from falling for the mysterious prince as she finds that he can empathize with her troublesome past – a past no ally has understood before.
Blitz Sign-Up: For the Blood by Debbie Cassidy
I am organizing a release week blitz for For the Blood by Debbie Cassidy, an Adult Post-Apocalyptic/Urban Fantasy Reverse Harem novel. The blitz will run from December 27th to December 31st, 2018, you can post on any day during this window. There will be excerpts available for your post, and every participant will be able to post the blitz-wide giveaway if you wish – giveaway prize(s) courtesy of author. Social media sites are welcome.
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For the Blood 
Debbie Cassidy
(For the Blood, #1)
Publication date: December 27th 2018
Genres: Adult, Post-Apocalyptic, Romance,Urban Fantasy
Stay alive at all costs. No attachments, no looking back, no emotion.
The last thing my father gave me was a key. No explanation, no details, just a key. The last thing he asked of me was to take the key to a set of co-ordinates. But survival in a fallen world filled with Feral isn’t easy. The Fangs and the Claws, once upstanding members of society are now slave to the virus, hunting indiscriminately under a perpetually full moon.
There is no hope. There is no haven. Not alone. Not until them.
They are a new breed of monster—beasts of both fang and fur. Unaffected by the sickness, they crave only one thing, and it runs through my veins. Survive, my father said. Look out for no one except yourself. But sometimes the only way to survive is to make attachments. Sometimes the only way to live is to accept a dance with death. And right now, for me, the path to survival is in the blood.
Here’s to hoping it doesn’t kill me.
The Vampire Diaries meets The Walking Dead in this Post-Apocalyptic Urban Fantasy with a slow burn Why Choose romance