Jonathan thinks Cin is too perfect to be real. He’s right.
As the top investigative reporter for Global Daily, Jonathan travels all over the world. Three weeks in Tortola, covering the story of the disappearance of twelve women, sounds like heaven. After all, the island is one of the most beautiful in the world. He doesn’t have many leads. The women only have one thing in common. They all went missing from the same club—Consume. Fifteen minutes into visiting the club, Jonathan sees him, and the world slips away.
Cinaed, better known as Cin, spots Jonathan the moment he walks through the club’s door. It’s obvious the man is out of place. Cin slips into Jonathan’s mind, catching visions he can’t shake. He’s never wanted a human for anything other than blood and sex, but Jonathan is different. That’s why Cin has to keep the man addicted to being in his bed and send him home safely. There’s nothing in Tortola for Jonathan except death.
Once Jonathan’s three weeks are at an end, it doesn’t take long for him to realize something is wrong. His trip has been—at best—a hazy memory of steamy nights, and he never spent a moment researching his story. No matter how deep he digs into the recesses of his brain, there’s nothing except the sexy Scot he met at Consume. With a burning need to know everything, and a deep fear he’s been drugged to keep him from his investigation, Jonathan cashes in his extensive vacation time before setting out to break this story. This time, he’s determined he won’t let anything keep him from the truth, even if it means finding out Cin is the man behind everything.
Author note: This is a short introduction into my new M/M vampire series, Hellish. It was first published in the anthology Vampires of the Caribbean.
The battle between Vampire and Demon rages on.
It’s been two months since journalist, Jonathan Jones uncovered a band of demons, kidnapping women from Tortola. His run in with the pack left him with him two choices—turn vampire or die. Now, as part of clan Hellish, Jonathan must learn a new way of life. He also has a huge problem—the turning has left him mated to the vampire prince, Niall. Unfortunately, Niall isn’t who owns Jonathan’s heart.
Torn between Cin, the Scottish vampire who’s been his whole world for six years, and the vampire whose blood bond has Jonathan craving more, Jonathan has to find a way to hang on to his sanity. Between trying to uncover the demons’ secret agenda, a kidnapped demon spawn in their garage, and a love triangle tearing apart the clan, the Hellish group has their hands full. They need to work things out before the world comes to an end—literally.
Lire is a demon. An addiction. A curse. Dougal’s only hope.
Now that the Hellish clan has their first real lead on the whereabouts of the demon pack they’ve been hunting, they’re off to New Orleans, minus one—Dougal.
When Dougal traded his life for Jonathan’s, he had no idea what he’d done. He’d expected the demon, Lire, would kill him—not keep him as a toy. With his mind a mess and no hope in sight, Dougal’s completely at Lire’s mercy. Luckily, Lire has one weak spot, and his name is Jonathan.
In this third installment of Hellish, Jonathan’s attention is split between helping Dougal find a way to survive the damage he suffered as Lire’s prisoner and saving the world from whatever the demons have planned for the humans. With Mammon, the fifth prince of hell running loose, things aren’t looking great.
With the help of new friends and old, Hellish might have a shot at stopping Mammon from unleashing his evil on the world. Then again, sometimes greed wins the day.
In his twelve hundred years on earth, Baptiste has been called many things. Vampire. Voodoo Priest. Demon mate. They’re all true.
Running a small voodoo shop, in the heart of the French Quarter, has given Baptiste something to do with his free time other than pine for the mate he never sees. While it’s true he sells worthless trinkets to tourists, he’s also been known to sell a real spell or two. As the child of a powerful Druid, Baptiste already knew all there was to know about the supernatural world before he willingly turned Vampire nearly twelve hundred years ago. Except, no one told him he’d fall in love with a demon one day, and spend eternity living in hell.
Jonathan and his clan are enjoying some much-needed time off after dealing with their demon problems. It’s Jonathan’s bad luck he accidentally sees inside Baptiste’s head during a visit. Now, they’re—once again—pulled into the drama of demons as they try helping Baptiste. But Baptiste doesn’t need rescuing. In fact, he holds the key to saving them.