Ember (#1): Dark Alpha MFM Vampire Paranormal Menage Romance

Ember (#1): Dark Alpha MFM Vampire Paranormal Menage Romance

by Marata Eros, Hazel Novak

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Ember (#1): Dark Alpha MFM Vampire Paranormal Menage Romance by Marata Eros

For fans of The Black Dagger Brotherhood , 50 Shades, and Twilight comes a controversial adult tale of alpha vampire warriors who do not sparkle, claiming what is theirs for the survival of their species.

Please note: this book is dark paranormal romance and deals with serious and potentially disturbing themes 18+. In addition, The Siren Series is a spin-off series of The Druid Series and should ideally be enjoyed after reading DRUID.

From the New York Times bestselling author of A Terrible Love, comes a #1 Erotic Horror Bestselling series spin-off

Praise for EMBER:
"... I LOVE Marata Eros her descriptive prose and humorous wit, amazing storyline and sexy and original characters are to be admired and bragged about. Constantine is back..!!!!" - Erica Pillera

"... All of her books I completely love. Story is fast paced, exciting, and full of passion. The relationships and the characters are wonderfully written. If you haven't read books by Marata Eros you really need to..!" - jennifer eblin

When the maidens of the Mer grow scarce, an elite warrior force is put into place to scout for the rare females who still retain the blood of the Mer. These unique females can replenish a female population that has grown dangerously low.

Can the Mer Warriors fight to save their race from extinction while navigating a culture that no longer holds to the Old Ways? Do the rare, mixed-Mer human females desire to mate with the Mer males? Or will the clash of beliefs and freedoms prove too much to overcome.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940015784695
Publisher: Tamara Rose Blodgett
Publication date: 11/25/2012
Series: Siren , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 5,107
File size: 197 KB

About the Author


Marata Eros is the pen name for Tamara Rose Blodgett, the author of over ninety titles, including her New York Times bestselling novel, A Terrible Love, and the #1 Amazon international bestselling erotic Interracial and African-American TOKEN serial, and the #1 Amazon Erotic Horror DRUID serial.

Marata writes a variety of dark fiction in the genres of erotica, fantasy, horror, romance, suspense and sci-fi. She lives in the midwest with her family and pair of disrespectful dogs. Marata's #1 hobby is reading; she loves interacting with her readers.

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Ember (#1): Dark Alpha MFM Vampire Paranormal Menage Romance 3.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love marata's writing! It's sexy but has amazing story lines as well!
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DYac More than 1 year ago
Constantine, a combination of Druid, Faction, and Exotic, made him something of an enigma. Never excepted by any of the divisions, he was abused because of his differences. Ember a beautiful Mermaid who thought Constantine repulsive but finds herself becoming guarded by him. Being Faction, he doesn’t wish to be her guard, doesn’t want to be ruled by her. Yet, as he becomes more Mer than he’s realized he was, he finds himself drawn to her. Ember’s beautiful Siren’s call has control and her blood, magick. And the Mer magick is being harvested from their seaweed beds. Together they search for those who would steal this magick, and finding themselves more alike than not, forge an alliance of sorts. When Madden arrives on the scene, with an forbidden love he’s harbored forever And when a battle ensues, what becomes of the Mer? This is an exciting and erotic story of Mermaids, Druids, Demons and more. It’s the story of love and lust, a never ending battle for those females who can be bred, the need of each species to continue their race. And this author tells it in a way only she can.
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Stupid book. Waste of money
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