Taking a job as a day courier for a vampire was perhaps one of the most ill-advised career moves that Ray had ever made. Nevertheless, it was a steady job, the pay was decent, and ... well, his employer was easy on the eyes. There were plenty of obvious risks involved in accepting such a job. After all, the very nature of the relationship was risky, in and of itself. Vampires were predatory creatures by nature and humans, of course, were their prey. But there were some other less apparent hazards involved in this specific job that Ray had neither considered nor foreseen. Was he prepared to deal with the threat of religious extremists that sought to destroy all vampires and their associates? Should a human truly be willing to put their own life on the line for the sake of a Commoner vampire? And how was he supposed to deal with a vampire that saw him as being more than food and more than just an employee? Just how far was he willing to let things go before his professional relationship with this vampire became far too personal? "Kat & Katarina" is the first book in the second trilogy of the Raina series.
About the Author
Born in the Midwest, and an avid writer since the age of 13, David M. Bachman's works of fiction span over 25 years. His first published work, "When Raindrops Come Crashing," marked the start of his foray into publishing in December 2000. Since then, he has written a number of other fiction novels and short stories, including the carefully-crafted "Raina Fallamhain" series that has involved well over a full decade of composition and over nine full-length novels. He currently resides in the East Valley area of Phoenix, AZ, where many of his recent stories are based.