Drawn to the Vampire

Drawn to the Vampire

by Chloe Hart
Drawn to the Vampire

Drawn to the Vampire

by Chloe Hart



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Book 4 in the Blood and Absinthe series

Kit Bantry has never been interested in the supernatural. Even though she's part Fae, all Kit wants is to live a normal, human life. But when a demon casts her brother into a mysterious underworld, Kit is the only one who can save him.

Now she must seek the help of a four-hundred-year-old vampire with a dangerous reputation. Luke Cadris is everything she was warned about - handsome as sin and wickedly seductive - but Kit is sure she can keep things all business. Or at least that's what she tells herself . . .

When a beautiful stranger charges into his life like a force of nature, demanding that he guide her to the land of the dead, Luke's first inclination is to turn her down flat. Then she makes him an offer he can't refuse: a taste of Fae blood in exchange for his help.

Kit makes the offer reluctantly, but Luke senses something else inside her - a desire she can't admit to herself. He's intrigued by the exasperating girl and determined to find a way to unleash her passion. But before he can lay claim to her blood or any other part of her, he has to hold up his end of their bargain. And that means leading Kit Bantry to hell and back.

The Blood and Absinthe series:

Book 1 - Taming the Vampire (a novella)
Book 2 - Bound by the Vampire (a novella)
Book 3 - Claiming the Vampire (a full-length novel)
Book 4 - Drawn to the Vampire (a full-length novel)
Book 5 - Caught by the Wolf (a full-length novel)

Product Details

BN ID: 2940016594453
Publisher: Chloe Hart
Publication date: 06/10/2013
Series: Blood and Absinthe , #4
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
File size: 289 KB

About the Author

Chloe Hart spends a lot of time lying awake at night, thinking about vampires, demon hunters, and creatures that lurk in the darkness. During the day she writes about them.
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