There are three rules when it comes to being a vampire in New Orleans.
1) Don’t kill dinner.
2) Don’t feed from people you know.
3) Don’t tell anyone.
Not too hard, right? Wrong. Kenna is a new vampire filled with a passion that has turned into an uncontrollable lust for blood.
Will Arthur be able to stop her feeding spree before the coven comes after her or is Kenna beyond saving?
Arthur has been watching Kenna for years, wanting her to try her own hand in life before he gave her the ultimate proposal.
Now that she has accepted, will his love be enough to save her?
“About that… I met you the day you moved to New Orleans. Timothy, another vampire, and I were out on Bourbon Street looking for a snack. I saw you as you walked up to get on that stupid whale secretly thanking whoever made you do it. Timothy found your friend Brittany and started talking to her. When you came down you walked over to us and I knew that I had to get to know you. I was drawn to you Kenna. We talked all night long and when I walked you to your car I couldn’t stand it anymore. I had to kiss you. I had to know what it felt like to be held by someone as amazing and kind as you. I did bite you and for that I apologize. I got a little tied up in the moment. I knew after I kissed you that I couldn’t ask you to stay with me. You had too much to live for so I decided it would be better if you forgot me. I never left you, I want you to know that. I followed you, watched you grow into the amazing woman you are and when I saw you working at the Café I couldn’t resist coming back into your life.”
I like to think of myself as a beautiful conundrum. When I am not writing, I can be found surrounded by my amazing family and 4 dogs or volunteering at a local animal rescue. I love who I am and don’t mind at all when I get strange looks from people. I am a tattoo covered, child and animal lover who looks forward to destroying peoples preconceived notions of what “someone like me” would be interested in. You only live life once… you may as well make it interesting.
I love to get lost in a good book and hope that everyone will get lost in mine.