Each month, I will post up a pair (or more) of books. I would like you to vote on a choice. Yes! You will have the job of telling me what to read from my pile each month. I welcome your vote no matter what reason you choose (frivolous, serious or otherwise) that particular book and do share your reason in the comments just because I’m nosy. I will of course share my thoughts on the book itself in my review post.
For a change up, I thought I’d put a few words in a basket, pull one out, and then pick a couple titles with that word in them. Our key word is ‘NIGHT’. Oh how delicious! Here you go:
Night Keepers by Jessica Andersen
#1 The Night Keepers
The exciting debut of a new paranormal romance seriesAs a Miami narcotics detective, Leah Daniels never knows how her day will turn out. But she certainly never expected to be strapped to a stone altar, the human sacrifice in an ancient Mayan ritual meant to coax up a demon from the underworld. Or that she?d be saved by a handsome warrior-priest king who claims to recognize her from his visions…Jaguar Strike wishes he hadn’t made the mistake of reuniting his fellow warrior priests, or broken the law by saving their chosen human sacrifice. Now, he has no choice but to join forces with Leah and invoke dangerous magic in a death-defying race against the end of time.
Shackled to the Night by Carly Fall
#1 Dark Forces
Emily’s son vanished out of thin air, and she will do anything to get him back. That is how she finds herself in standing in the middle of a living room brandishing a gun. The house belongs to one of the local pedophiles, and she is desperately trying to scare information out of him on the whereabouts of her son.
When the front door busts in off its hinges, a large blonde man who calls himself Thaddeus takes control of the situation. He tells her that she is also looking for some missing children. What he doesn’t tell her is that he is of the Vampire Nation.
As the passion between them escalates while they search for Emily’s son and the missing children, Thaddeus quickly realizes their worlds are not going to just briefly intertwine, but collide with a force that could get them both killed. Will Emily be able to accept Thaddeus and his world, or will her life depend on how fast she can run away?
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