“I don’t think it’s such a good idea for you to go there,” he stated authoritatively, wiping away the aftereffects of his smile. Good.
Without pausing, she shot a glance at the idiot. “I’m a police detective. It’s definitely a good idea to investigate people behaving erratically on a common street.”
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Jasper Grayson isn’t very accustomed to vampire women, let alone a woman as unique as Philippa who is used to giving orders and being obeyed. His Hunger compells him to protect her, but how is he to protect someone who refuses to listen to very reasonable commands to stay safe? And how is he to gain her trust when he is keeping a secret from her?
Black magic is afoot and a deadly enemy to vampires forces the pair to find a way to work together. But will they be able to put aside the demons of the past for a shared future?