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Blood Lust

By Kitty Thomas
  • Book ID : 9781938639708
  • Publisher : IncuBooks
  • Pages : 300
  • Genre : Fiction
  • Reads : 558
  • eBook Format : Pdf, ePub, Mobi, Kindle
  • File Pdf: blood-lust.pdf

Book Summary:

The blood is everything… KEPT: Cat shifter blood is sought after to enhance spells and potions, but due to a quirk of her birth, Greta’s blood is potent enough to kill for. When she learns she’ll be sacrificed, Greta is forced to ally herself with Dayne, the dangerous local sorcerer, and the only person strong enough to protect her. CLAIMED: Charlee wakes in a strange bed without any memory of who she is. All she knows is that the man who claims to be a doctor and is there to help her doesn’t seem to want to let her go. And maybe this is just her imagination, but does he have fangs? MATED: Jane isn’t a vampire, but their blood runs through her veins, making her a target for those who resent a human being “kindred”. When she’s given to the leader of the werewolf pack to satisfy a gambling debt, she discovers her blood has a far greater impact on her destiny than she ever could have imagined. Note: This title was originally published by Zoe Winters (who is the same person as Kitty Thomas), as Blood Lust, Preternaturals Book 1. All story content remains the same. This is the only title in the series which is 3 novellas, the other 5 books are novels. All titles are complete and will be released on a rapid-release schedule (a month or less between releases, likely 2 weeks between releases.)

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