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Who’s your favorite book hero? Got him in your mind? Good. Now, what do you like about him? Is he honest, kind, caring? Brave, handsome, daring? Polite or a little rough?
Big question–would you put him in a white hat or black hat?
Do heroes always have to be good guys? I’m currently watching season one of The Blacklist, and so far, while the main hero does some pretty unnerving things, he has one redeeming quality–he always protects the heroine.
Yesterday saw the release of Assassins Bite, the eighth book in my Biting Love series of red-hot vampire romances with action and sass. It’s a book I never meant to write, but my editor loved a secondary character, an assassin named Aiden, so much that she suggested–okay, twisted my arm a bit–that he have his own book.
The problem? Aiden Blackthorne was trained as an assassin by the most notorious vampire in the Midwest. He has one friend in the world and a whole lot of enemies. But he is brave, handsome, daring and kind, and most of all–he protects the heroine above all things.
Well, he tries. Police officer Sunny Ruffles doesn’t think she needs protecting. But that’s another story
What about you? What do you like most about the hero you picked? And if you dare–is he sunshine or shadows? Comment below to be entered in a giveaway for a ginormous prize pack of Paranormally Yours, Entranced, 3 ebooks from my backlist (not including Assassins Bite) and any one ebook from a Magical Musings author. That’s 21 stories! Through Sunday. Leave your email in the comment (put spaces in to foil the bots ) if you’d like me to contact you directly if you win.
On her first night as a police officer, Sunny Ruffles takes down three felons…only to be attacked by a gang of vampires who are a whole new level of hurt.
Then a mysterious shadow man intervenes, saving Sunny before he disappears. She runs after him, telling herself her pursuit has nothing to do with his sharp, stubbled jaw, his powerful shoulders, or his sexy-as-hell, kissable lips.
Rescuing the humans makes Aiden Blackthorne late for a critical meeting with the vampire Nosferatu’s daughter. Yet clompy, bumbling Sunny draws him back like wild honey. He kisses her, and he’s almost got her down to her underwear when a bomb meant for him explodes.
The last thing Aiden wants is to drag Sunny into his hellish conflict with Nosferatu. But Aiden’s a loner whose only friend has mysteriously disappeared, and the woman who smells and tastes like his mate is the only backup he has left. He’ll need her, everything he is, everything he was—and everything he might have been—to defeat his evil master and claim the love he never dared hope to have.
Warning: This book contains shadowy assassins shooping off vampire heads, cops bumbling in at the worst of times, and opposites attracting, colliding, and exploding in lust—a.k.a., explicit fighting, humor, and sex.