If you're a rabid lover of paranormal and vampires books, take a look at this free download this weekend from the writing team of Nerine Dorman and Carrie Clevenger. One wild ride.
When the vampire doubles as bass-playing musician and jack of all trades at the local drinking hole, Pale Rider, with nary a batwing or stake in sight, and his companion is a man with enough lives to challenge a cat and a fine knowledge of spells and incantations, you know you're in for some crazy no-holds barred action.
"...exciting prose that pops right off the page"
"...This is a must for vampire-rocker groupies"
"The thing most people don't tell you about vampires is that they're addictive - especially tall, muscle-bound, long-haired musician dudes like Xan Marcelles. I've read him twice now, once in Blood and Fire and once in Just My Blood Type, and now I've got a thirsty jones for some more. Xan's a sexy bad-ass laying low in a rough and tumble bar named Pale Rider in the middle of stinking nowhere. He drinks whiskey to smote his need for the blood of tasty young bar patrons, but he also plays bass in a band called Crooked Fang, cleans toilets, bounces drunks and makes egg salad sandwiches
The end scene left me grinning. Excellent unexpected yet true to character finish!
Blood and Fire will be free February 10, 11, and 12, which is this weekend.
UK http://www.amazon.co.uk/Blood-and-Fire-ebook/dp/B006SD3F2S/Here's the Goodreads page for reviews:
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Cari Silverwood is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling writer of kinky darkness or sometimes of dark kinkiness, depending on her moods and the amount of time she's spent staring into the night.
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