It’s a conundrum when a paranormal romance writer Roxy St. James moves to Nocturne Falls. She’s human so she can’t be allowed to know the truth. A stressor that is made worse by her awful ex refusing to sign the divorce papers . . . and a gorgeous neighbor Alex Cruz who is both cop and a panther shifter. Will his truth be more than she can handle? Or will it cause her to write him out of her life?
Genre: Magical Realism
I received this book for free from my own shelves in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The Vampire’s Fake Fiancée by Kristen Painter Genres: Fantasy, Magical Realism Published by Sugar Skull Books on January 6, 2016 Pages: 360 Format: eBook Source: […]
Pandora Williams is a great real estate agent…and a witch who’s magic doesn’t work. Not until Cole Van Zant moves in next door. As a dad he totally disbelieves his daughter until he gets that supernatural surprise!
A lovesick customer is stalking Willa, the fae jeweler. It’s enough to frazzle Willa into wishing for help and invoking an ancient pact of protection. When they’re kidnapped, Willa must choose between her family of the man she’s fallen for.
Sheriff (and werewolf) Hank Merrow is the alpha’s heir and has been training himself for the day he’ll take over. Getting married to cement a truce and pay off an honor debt is no different, and Hank will do his duty even if he’ll never like the woman.
His grandmamma takes a hand at finding the reluctant Hugh a bride, meanwhile the “bride” is looking for a place to hide out. Whatever happens, Hugh will only give Delaney thirty days, before the bridezilla will be escorted right back out.
The original prologue to The Vampire’s Mail Order Bride that embeds Hugh Ellingham’s reasons for not wanting a bride.