Tuesday, October 7, 2014
HUNGER: $0.99 for EIGHT Vampire Novels! #vampbundles
If you loved the Thirst boxset you will really love this BRAND NEW Hunger Boxset!
Eight bestselling vampire romance novels you can sink your teeth into—get ready to fall in love with darkness.
Tag, The Vampire’s Game by Elixa Everett: For generations, the women in Gina's family have been vampire hunters sworn to exterminate all vampires, no exceptions. Until Lance. He is cocky and infuriating, but also highly charismatic and easily the sexiest man she has even met, igniting feelings within her that she'd rather keep buried. What started as a game for him and a duty for her develops into a passion with an intensity that threatens to destroy them both. Can Gina resist the sinfully sexy Lance and destroy the only man who has truly made her feel alive?
Midnight Blue by Elizabeth Nyte: April Matthews goes looking for a job, what she finds is a sexy vampire. Gabriel Blue is determined to hold on to April no matter the danger. Can they survive Gabe's enemies and find eternal love?
Blood Rage by Tara Shuler: When a vampire destined to destroy all of humanity realizes love isn't weak and pointless after all, it just may be too late to save the only woman he's ever loved.
Delicate Thorns by Miranda Hardy and Ainsley Shay: Waking up on a deserted island with no memory of who you are is scary, but waking up on a deserted island with no memory of who you are and a thirst for blood is terrifying.
A Touch of Vampire by Catherine Vale: If she had only stayed away he would have been spared. Now it’s too late, he’s been turned into a creature that will never be allowed to live. She is all he has left. He just doesn’t know it yet.
One Night With a Vampire by Rozlyn Sparks: With a few shots of liquid courage, a pat on the ass, and a donated gold card, Daphne is whisked away to the famed, House of Immortal Pleasures for a night she won't soon forget.
Heartbitten by Aubrey Rose: When a billionaire playboy meets a shy grad student, he risks losing his heart for the first time in four hundred years.
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