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The Vampire’s Reluctant Concubine


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Colette was a day from marrying her true love when she was stolen by a 900-year-old Irish vampire named Ciaran. Having served him loyally as his only concubine for 200 years, surrendering her body daily in exchange for his protection, she is coming to the end of her required servitude. Believing she has found the reincarnated soul of her former love, she is counting the days when she can be free and possibly recapture the love she lost. The only problem is her Master has no intention of letting her go.


Excerpt from The Vampire’s Reluctant Concubine

I am what I am today because the night before my wedding to William, as I lay asleep in my bedroom in my parent’s home, I was visited by a vampire named Ciaran O’Mordha. Ciaran was born in Ireland in the 900s and he is a true vampire, an elder, born immortal long before he was transformed. I’ve met a few vampires like Ciaran, most however are like me, made and not born, which makes us subject to the one who created us for 200 years.

I am his concubine, his only concubine, and I’ve served him for 199 years. I have one year left.

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Writer, wife, dachshund lover, Francophile, history buff, sci-fi junkie- I tend to write erotic romance for nerdy girls– because that’s who I am.

A quick glance at my catalog and you’ll find I do not devote myself to any one specific type of romance sub-genre: I like historical, sci-fi, humorous, and just plain romantic. But no matter what kind of story it is, my smart and funny heroines are always adored and my endings are always happy.

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