Letting go is sometimes the only gift love has left to give.
Sera arrives in New York to help Lindál, but a vampeen attack brings her face to face with two men and changes her life forever.
Diego Savage lives up to his name. Cynical, rebellious and a womanizer, he doesn't believe in the trinities at all. Only a handful of people know the truth about his scarred heart and terrible past, and it would take a miracle for him to change. A miracle, or someone like Sera with her special gift.
Blake Harvey, dedicated NYC police lieutenant, takes one look at the tall, supple woman with the crystal blue eyes and glowing skin and knows his life is about to change in ways he can't even define, but his body is already responding to with a power that is hard to deny.
The bonding has begun...
Reader Advisory: This short MMF vampire romance features two super hot alpha heroes, multiple sex scenes, including anal sex, MM sexual play, and MMF sex. Do not read this book if frank sexual language and sex scenes offend you. No non-humans were harmed except for large numbers of Grimoré, who died with satisfactory squeals...
This book is part of the Destiny's Trinities series:
1.0: Beth's Acceptance
2.0: Mia's Return
3.0: Sera's Gift
3.5: The First Trinity – Novellas 1-3
4.0: Cora's Secret
5.0: Zoe's Blockade
6.0: Octavia's War
6.5: The Second Trinity – Novellas 4-6
7.0: Terra's Victory
7.5: Destiny's Trinities – Series Boxed Set
A Vampire Ménage Urban Fantasy Romance
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A beautiful story with great characters and a red hot storyline. I am delighted to add this book to my keeper collection and recommend this book to others. --Night Owl Reviews
Just as extraordinary as the first two books. Flawlessly plotted, thoroughly refreshing as well as entertaining. --The Romance Studio
More than delivered on the promise of the first two installments of the trinities. This last one is not only to date her best one, but also her most defining one. The depth she put into these new characters and added to the the existing ones made this a truly good read. --Alternative Read.
Tracy Cooper-Posey is a #1 Best Selling Author. She writes science fiction and romance. She has published over 90 books since 1999, been nominated for five CAPAs including Favorite Author, and won the Emma Darcy Award.
She turned to indie publishing in 2011. Her indie titles have been nominated four times for Book Of The Year and Byzantine Heartbreak was a 2012 winner. Faring Soul won a SFR Galaxy Award in 2016 for "Most Intriguing Philosophical/Social Science Questions in Galaxybuilding" She has been a national magazine editor and for a decade she taught writing at MacEwan University.
She is addicted to Irish Breakfast tea and chocolate, sometimes taken together. In her spare time she enjoys history, Sherlock Holmes, reading science fiction and ignoring her treadmill. An Australian Canadian, she lives in Edmonton, Canada with her husband, a former professional wrestler, where she moved in 1996 after meeting him on-line.
About the Author
She turned to indie publishing in 2011. Her indie titles have been nominated four times for Book Of The Year. Tracy won the award in 2012, and a SFR Galaxy Award in 2016 for “Most Intriguing Philosophical/Social Science Questions in Galaxybuilding” She has been a national magazine editor and for a decade she taught romance writing at MacEwan University.
She is addicted to Irish Breakfast tea and chocolate, sometimes taken together. In her spare time she enjoys history, Sherlock Holmes, science fiction and ignoring her treadmill. An Australian Canadian, she lives in Edmonton, Canada with her husband, a former professional wrestler, where she moved in 1996 after meeting him on-line.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
The final book in the Destiny’s Trinities series is more of a good riddance than good bye. The series was originally published in 2009 under the name Teal Ceagh, but a new cover and pen name did not fix any of this stories issues. The leads of this book Sera, Blake, and Diego are fine it’s what goes on around them that is nonsensical. Sera is a healer, but as a Elf living in a world of immortals and with cultural mores her gift is all but unused. Blake is a human cop, with no idea of the other’s in his city. And Diego is the typical brooding, brutal, turned against his will with a secret heart of gold Vampire. The way this Trinity was attacked made no sense, if it was that easy and effective than why hadn’t the Vampeen done it to the other two groups. None of the humans were orphans, and Vampires must have descendants, so why wait until the third book to use that as a tactic? Also what was crazy was the Vampeen attacked Blake’s family without knowing anything about him. Not his name, address, a sample of blood, or magical essence, not a damn thing. Yet somehow within about a hour of everyone discovering that he is part of the third Trinity they got to a child that didn’t even know he was their father. How? It was never explained or touched on. You can attest to the magic for Blake getting over the gay sex thing in 30 seconds and Diego getting over five centuries of anger in a day, but it would have been nice if the characters had to deal with their issues. Also if your hoping to see how the war ends don’t hold your breath. There was barely any fighting, we never get to see who is leading the Grimoire or the Vampeen, and the series is wrapped up with in a few months this thing is going to happen so then the war will be over, ‘kay bye. Before this series I’d never read anything by Tracy Cooper-Posey/Teal Ceagh and I never will again.
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