Something Hidden

Something Hidden

by Alex Owens

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Overview

Newly single, newly dead... and just getting started.

After the disastrous trip that ended her life, Claire needs to get her magic and blood-lust under control. And let's be honest, she could stand to rein in the regular ol' lust too. Even so, thanks to her Vampire Disability Fund, life is good. Well, as good as it can be for an un-dead, single-mom.

But then two brothers buy the fixer-upper next door. Never mind that one's a sin waiting to happen and the other is a bit of a jerk, neighbors are bad news for a vampire in training. Plus, Claire can't shake the feeling someone's stalking her. Since she hasn't heard from her maker, Bette, or the other members of the Triad since Florida, she's on her own.

Will Claire's innate magic, pearly fangs and biting wit be enough to help her through the incoming storm of trouble? Or will the darkness circling end up being her downfall?

Fans of the Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter series or the True Blood series, will love this quirky paranormal fantasy complete with mayhem, magic, fangs and freaks. One-click your copy today, and continue this dark and twisty series.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940161821220
Publisher: Alex Owens
Publication date: 08/24/2018
Series: Shadow Vampire Series , #2
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 696,204
File size: 437 KB

About the Author

Born in the Deep South and raised right over the Mason Dixon line, Alex grew up feeling unsure where she belonged. That is, until she met up with a traveling Freak Show one fine day. Now she celebrates the unusual and appreciates how interesting life can be when you (ahem) open yourself to unique situations.

Residing in coastal Virginia, Alex spends her days wrangling words and children, and on occasion a sassy cat (or three), a bull-headed Labrador, or her old, cantankerous horse. Her husband has figured out that toeing the line is easiest in the long run. He's a smart man.

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