Surge [Blood Lines 6]

Surge [Blood Lines 6]

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by Mechele Armstrong
     
 
Genre: Vampire Paranormal

Sexy dreams haunt the vampire Cheyenne as she struggles with her schizophrenia. Her call awakens the man from her dreaming. Only he's not a man. He's Marroc. The first vampire ever made who took to ground a thousand years ago where he's simmered, feeding on souls and dreaming of Cheyenne, dreaming of taking her for his own.

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Genre: Vampire Paranormal

Sexy dreams haunt the vampire Cheyenne as she struggles with her schizophrenia. Her call awakens the man from her dreaming. Only he's not a man. He's Marroc. The first vampire ever made who took to ground a thousand years ago where he's simmered, feeding on souls and dreaming of Cheyenne, dreaming of taking her for his own.

When she releases him with her call, Roc goes to find Cheyenne, sure she is "the one" to help him defeat his enemy. She recognizes him from her dreams, and after a wild bout of sex, he discovers that her orgasms give him a surge of power. Orgasms with Roc also have a benefit for Cheyenne: they make her sane.

When one of her friends is taken by Roc's enemy, both Roc and Cheyenne will stop at nothing to get her back. The surge of sex gives them both what they've longed for. But can they have enough sex to survive the fight, and keep them together in the end?

Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable: Anal play/intercourse, strong violence.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781607374534
Publisher:
Loose Id, LLC
Publication date:
10/27/2009
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
546 KB

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Surge 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Myzeri More than 1 year ago
I loved this book. Its part of the Bloodlines series, an enjoyable series, but I liked this one the best because of the heroine. she's aa newbie vampire-with schizophrenia. They didn't depict her as a raving lunatic. The author wrote her realistically as a character fighting an illness, painfully aware when it was taking over, and struggling with the knowledge that at some point it might consume her eompletely. Enter one powerful charismatic vampire--one of the ancients-whohas been sleeping waiting centuries for his 'one.' He mayjust be the only one able to save her, and she just might be the key to saving them all.