Scarlet Desire: Impulse (Book two in the Scarlet Desire trilogy)
Secrets, betrayal, and a world of supernatural intrigue hidden in a Newfoundland fishing community – the sequel to Covet: Desire. Fresh off the death of their mother, Declynn isn’t ready for her twin brother, Sebastian, and her best friend Scarlett to start fighting. When the predatory Trish Murray starts angling for Sebastian, Scarlett intends to teach her a lesson – but terrifies her beloved instead. The arrival of a new teenage vampire, Petra, soon occupies Declynn’s energy. Between trying to handle her irascible twin’s new interests in two mysterious organizations, a chain of murders in their small town, and her family falling apart, Declynn finds herself at the centre of everything. But when Scarlett’s sinister ex-lover Elijah resurfaces, even tough-as-nails Declynn may not be able to keep them apart. What is Elijah up to? Can Sebastian and Scarlett patch things up? And will Declynn be able to control her own vices – or fall prey to generational struggles, and self-destruct?
Scarlet Desire: Covet(Book one in the Scarlet Desire trilogy)
Hiding in an isolated Newfoundland outport, Scarlett Winters is the living bearer of the secret of immortality. Sebastian Sinclair, vampire and stealer of souls, might be her only hope to escape a deadly power struggle. But can she trust him? Caught between sacrificing her morals and betrayal by those she trusted, Scarlett will risk everything to escape…unless she dies trying.
Smashwords(ebook): Scarlet Desire: Covet
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It has been a privilege for me to be included in this stunning piece of literature. Bittersweet, a short story anthology featuring the theme of romance without a happy ending, promises to pull at your heart strings.
Six authors tackle the flip side of happily-ever-after in this collection of sci fi, paranormal, and contemporary short stories and novellettes. But beware–these stories are shaded by tragedy and sorrow. Abuse, substance addiction, sex, and suicide colour these pages. But then…who said love was easy?
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