Because Your Vampire Said So (Broken Heart, Oklahoma, Book 3)
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Not just anyone can visit Broken Heart, Oklahoma, especially since all the single moms—like me, Patsy Donahue—have been turned into vampires. I’m forever forty, but looking younger than my years, thanks to my new (un)lifestyle.
And even thought most of my customers have skipped town, I still manage to keep my hair salon up and running because of the lycanthropes prowling around. They know how important good grooming is—especially a certain rogue shape-shifter who is as sexy as he is deadly. Now, if only I could put a leash on my wild teenage son. He’s up to his neck in danger. The stress would kill me if I wasn’t already dead. But my maternal instincts are sill alive and kicking, so no one better mess with my flesh and blood.
time.” “I hope I will not have to stop.” “Ew. Please. I don’t want to hear the details.” The velvet skin of a wrist was pressed against my mouth. My fangs reacted immediately, piercing the delicate flesh. The blood that flowed into my mouth tasted like nirvana. I drank until I was full. Then their voices faded into the ether and I floated once more. I awoke on the couch in my trailer, feeling better, if not a little groggy. I looked at the wall clock. It was a little after midnight. I felt as
“Terran is my daughter. And I’ve known this arrogant whelp all his life.” Gabriel growled. I blinked up at him. He looked as fierce as he did in his wolf form. “We do not have time for games. Our plan did not take into account the Ancients’ war.” Arin sighed. “You can’t simply walk up to an unsuspecting Turn-blood, announce that she is savior of two peoples, and expect her to rejoice. ” “Thank you,” I said. Then I frowned. “What?” Gabriel’s agitation was palpable. “They hid Lorcan’s condition
to talk.” “Yeah, that’s exactly what I want to do.” I dropped into the chair. “I take it that Koschei’s causing hell again.” Patrick nodded. “You were right, Patsy. We set a trap. We let it be known the next Council meeting would be held here. We tried to get everyone into the compound.” He looked at me with brows raised. I shrugged. “And we bulked up our security. We believed we had prepared for the worst.” “Apparently not,” offered Lorcan as he joined us at the long table. His wife, Eva, was
his bones something awful. I knew it was right, binding with him. Sometimes, you took a leap of faith—and hoped you didn’t fall off the cliff. “Just so we’re clear,” I said, “I’m the queen of vampires and lycans. You’re the outlaw and my consort. We’re going to bind, have steamy-hot sex, and tomorrow, we’ll kick Koschei and company’s ass.” He nodded. Then he stepped out of the waterfall and helped me out of my clothes. Maybe I was the queen destined to rule the vampires. But at this moment, I
to the zombies. They stopped wandering the field and formed a tight circle around us. People still fought outside the barrier, but I knew the real fight, the one that mattered most, would happen in the next few minutes. Koschei stepped behind his minions. Then, he obviously gave them an attack order. The first row of idiots charged us, some held weapons, but most had nothing but their Family powers. Fire shot out from the hands of two vampires. Velthur stomped the ground and it split. Water