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Taste the Dark is a full-length, slow-burn paranormal romance, intended for adult audiences. Expect a lot of heat and a little darkness. Because romance isn’t always sweet…
Book one in the Elwood Legacy series.
One reckless girl and two vampire brothers – battling forces of love over lust, and light over dark…
I was 15 years old when our family home exploded in an atomic fashion, killing my parents. Thanks to some convenient amnesia I was left wondering what the hell happened, but without any doubt that I somehow caused it.
Cue years of flitting from one disaster to another, generally involving alcohol, drugs and bad boys. My new job on South Padre signified a turning point – time to sort myself out. Problem is, they don't call this place Carnage Island without good reason. It would be rude not to partake in the spring break frenzy first, right?
What I hadn't anticipated was the 6ft package of brooding, inked-up perfection who started stalking me and all common sense went out the window. Don’t even mention the equally hot brother crawling under my skin…
They radiate danger, it flows around them like a seductive spell; and danger is my favourite word.
I was doing a pretty good job at balancing on the fine line between light and dark, blurring the edges and living in the grey. But then dead vampires started piling up around me and the Bael gave me a ticking countdown to fix it.
Now she’s arrived. Four seconds – the moment I saw her – that's how long it took to know that she’d simultaneously bring heaven and hell to my door. I don't even know what she is, but I know I crave her.
Falling for a human girl has left me teetering on the verge of collapse. This could be just the ammo my brother needs to nudge me over the edge and into oblivion.