by Heidi McLaughlin, Amy Briggs

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Roman by Heidi McLaughlin, Amy Briggs

Everything about him tells her to stay away, yet she can't seem to get the vampire out of her mind.

For Roman, humans are the bane of his existence always having to follow their rules. In all his years, he's never needed one, until now.

For Fiona, vampires are off limits, until the one known as Roman crosses her path and shows her he's no different than her.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940159080721
Publisher: Books by Heidi McLaughlin LTD
Publication date: 03/29/2018
Series: The Clutch Series , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 242,039
File size: 480 KB

About the Author

Heidi McLaughlin is a New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and USA Today Bestselling author of The Beaumont Series, The Boys of Summer, and The Archers.

Originally, from the Pacific Northwest, she now lives in picturesque Vermont, with her husband, two daughters, and their three dogs.

In 2012, Heidi turned her passion for reading into a full-fledged literary career, writing over twenty novels, including the acclaimed Forever My Girl.

When writing isn’t occupying her time, you can find her sitting courtside at either of her daughters’ basketball games.

Heidi’s first novel, Forever My Girl, has been adapted into a motion picture with LD Entertainment starring Alex Roe and Jessica Rothe, and opened in theaters on January 19, 2018.

To stay connected with Heidi visit or

Amy Briggs is a Texas based writer. Formerly a firefighter and EMT in New Jersey living next to a military base, Amy was initially drawn to creating stories around emergency services and the military, and draws on her experiences to show the depth and emotional side of the lifestyle. Her love of fairy tales carries through each of her novels and she hopes to inspire readers to fall in love with love.

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Roman 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Lisa-nh-23 More than 1 year ago
I am a new fan of the paranormal genre, and I was so excited to learn that Heidi McLaughlin and Amy Briggs had co-authored a new vampire series. “Roman”, the first book in The Clutch series, had me hooked from the very first page and I fell in love with this sexy and romantic vampire. Roman is a businessman who is interested in buying an underperforming casino and and he also needs a gaming license, but the gaming commissioner doesn’t do business with vampires. He needs to enlist the help of a human and he finds the perfect person to help him: the daughter of the commissioner. So, Roman sets his sights on the beautiful Fiona who captivated him the moment he first saw her. The more time he spends with Fiona the more he realizes that he needs her in his life, so he decides to take his time getting to know her, because he doesn’t want Fiona to ever be afraid of him. Fiona spends her days shopping, going to the spa and having lunch with her girlfriends. She also works for her father, planning and hosting parties for potential casino investors. She doesn’t have a problem with vampires, but her father always told her that they were dangerous. She finds Roman very attractive with his intense blue eyes, sexy chin scruff and perfect body. She is uncertain if she will be able to help Roman with his license, but she is looking forward to getting to know him better because when she is with him, he doesn’t seem like a vampire at all. Will Roman be able to show Fiona how he really feels about her and will she accept his lifestyle or be too afraid to take a chance on love? Roman is a romantic and caring vampire who finds himself infatuated with Fiona and as they get to know each other their journey is passionate, full of understanding and one you will never forget. I absolutely loved this book and I am looking forward to the next book in the series, “Nicolai.”
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Plain and simple this book is boring. I stopped reading it a couple of days ago and have no desire to pick it up again.