by Jackie Ivie

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Exist by Jackie Ivie

Anso's name is Ancient Germanic. It means 'god'. It was a name he'd earned. Carried a power he wielded, uncontested. Came with a lack of civility he thrived upon.

And still does.

Leah is a clinical psychologist with a waiting list of patients. A thriving practice. And a non-existent love-life. Men can't seem to handle her intelligence. Her career success.

...or her womanly curves.

Business takes Leah to Old-World Czechoslovakia. It's not as interesting or exciting as it had sounded when she'd booked it. Especially the 'ghost tour' she's talked into.

But Prague is hosting something a lot more dark, deadly, and dangerous...

Product Details

BN ID: 2940157865788
Publisher: Jackie Ivie LLC
Publication date: 04/12/2016
Series: Vampire Assassin League , #30
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 894,493
File size: 360 KB

About the Author

Jackie Ivie lives in the enormous state of Alaska with her husband and three very spoiled pets. She started her writing career writing hot highland historical romances for Kensington Publishing. There are now ten “Clans series” books, available in seven languages. Keeping her head in the clouds most of the time, Jackie now spends her time researching, developing, and writing her two paranormal series – the Vampire Assassin League, and the NEW Dark Angel series Chronicles of the Hunter, as well as her other historical line – the Brocade Collection.

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Exist 3.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
chilloutdani More than 1 year ago
Another great Jackie Ivie book, but this one has a twist that will make a lot of ladies smile: the heroine (a sharp, but insecure psychiatrist) is a full figured woman. (Spoiler alert) When Leah is carried off after making a wish and falling asleep momentarily, she thinks her well-made and polite kidnapper is part of her fantasy. Little does she know that she's the woman of 'his' dreams. This novella has romance, action, interesting excuses about why a vampire is in our lady's life, and an hilarious bit about removing a girdle. If you haven't read any of The Vampire Assassin League stories, you're missing some of the most delectable fast-paced action and repartee' novellas around. Plus, if you're a newbie, know that there are 29 other books in this series. Enjoy bingeing!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Funny and romantic. Ivie has done it again. Her sense of humor shines in this addiion to the VAL series. A must for any romance fan
JessBruno More than 1 year ago
Jackie Ivie is simply the best. She brings her characters to life and draws you into her world. I love her female lead Leah. Although she is a psychologist she is anything but a boring intellectual. She is funny, strong, and not a stick figure. What's not to love about Anso who is strong, sexy, and fiercely protective of his mate. You will love this book and laugh out loud as Leah gets swept up into Anso's world blurring her lines of fantasy vs reality.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
While I beliieve in paying authors their due, the jump from .99 to 2.99 for short stories is a 300% increase. I do not see a 300% increase in length or quality. I bought every one of the VAL series, but it stops today.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loved it!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
If you are looking for a 40 minute, one chapter books its ok. If you prefer books that wrap you up in their page turning "novel", this short story is NOT for you. I was dissapointed, when I bought it, I wish the one chapter short stories would not be mixed in with the novel or had to advetise how many pages. I normally don't write reviews unless I Loved the book but I always read them, so if you are like me this chapter/book is not for you.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really resent paying for an extremely short story. Very rushed. So rushed, at times, it was very confusing. So confusing, that I'm still not sure what happened at certain points. Just another example of so-called "authors" throwing a book together just for the money. I will never buy this writer's work again. This is the only drawback to e-books. You can't know what the product is until the money is spent.