Merit and Ethan are in desperate need of some alone time, far from the worries of Cadogan House, but trouble tends to follow wherever they go. Their attempt at a romantic getaway is quickly interrupted when one of Ethan's vampire friends shows up at their door--covered in blood and accused of... show more
Merit and Ethan are in desperate need of some alone time, far from the worries of Cadogan House, but trouble tends to follow wherever they go. Their attempt at a romantic getaway is quickly interrupted when one of Ethan's vampire friends shows up at their door--covered in blood and accused of killing her shifter husband.
Merit and her Master soon discover their vacation spot is far less idyllic than it appears. A centuries old quarrel between local vampires and shifters has made the town a perpetual supernatural battle zone, and this fresh blood has stirred the already volatile pot. Now, Merit and Ethan must put their passion on pause to figure out who's really responsible for the murder before all hell breaks loose...
Publish date: 2015-02-17
Pages no: 112
Edition language: English
Series: Chicagoland Vampires (#10.5)
I have a vain hope. My hope is that, if I stare at this page long enough, inspiration will strike and I will actually think of something relevant or useful to say about this book My hope may be a vain one It’s a short story and it’s a short story in a long established series. Ethan and Merit dec...
Lucky Break Chicagoland Vampires #10.5 Genre: Parnormal Romance – Urban Fantasy – Vampires Published February 17th 2015 by Chloe Neill Source: Library In this thrilling new novella from the New York Timesbestselling author of Blood Games, vampire Merit bites off more than she bargained for when ...
Short story about Ethan's and Merit's attempt to have a vacation in Colorado. Attempt being of course, the key word. Instead they walk into a murder mystery tied to a centuries long blood feud between a family of shifters and an un-registered clan of vampires. Gabriel is the only other recurring...
The full length books are all about the vampires while as the shorts focus more on Neill's shifters which is the only reason why I read 'em cuz I'm not normally keen on novellas. Whenever Urban Fantasy protagonists take five, you know that something is going to go horribly awry—case in point. This w...