The Bite Series
If desire had a smell, Armando Moreno had bottled it.
Brooklyn Ashbaugh doesn’t think much of the spring break trip her college roommates drag her on until she meets Armando Moreno. With his sexy Latin accent, muscular body, and soulful eyes, he should be interested in runway models, not a twenty-one-year-old college student in discount jeans. Still, when he invites her up to his place, her body takes over, shutting out her better judgment. She never has one night stands. She knows better. Yet, something about this amazingly attractive man makes her lose her head.
And her clothes.
Later when she awakes, she finds herself discarded and bitten, infected with a disease that makes her crave blood and violence. Now, only the man responsible for her infection can unlock the mystery surrounding it. But can she control her primal urges long enough to stop the spread of infection before it destroys her town and her life?
For fans of The Black Dagger Brotherhood, A Shade of a Vampire, and Rent-A-Dragon. Love Bite is the first book in the Bite series. It contains hot vampires, page-turning action, and steamy romance.
Coming August 15th
Turning women on is their gift. The virus is their curse.
Mei Wood can’t understand what’s happened to her life. One second she’s a twenty-two-year-old making her own rules, the next she’s arrested and thrown in a facility housing zombie-like humans. They’re out for blood and it’s only a matter of time before one of them sinks their teeth into her flesh. And that will really ruin her day.
When the hottest man she’s ever seen bursts into her cell, she thinks her luck has changed. But sexy Javier is working for the enemy, and Mei’s a pawn in their game. She’ll be used to draw her best friend, Brooklyn and her boyfriend, Armando, out of hiding.
Oh, and did she mention Javier’s the closest thing to a vampire the world has ever seen?
But as Javier guards Mei, the two grow close enough to feel the heat sparking between them. Javier is as hot as it gets, but with his powers of persuasion and his allegiance to the enemy, can Mei really trust how she feels about him? And when he takes his clothes off, does it matter?