Touched by Madness

Touched by Madness

by Nicole Leclercq

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Overview

A possessed mortal. A powerful vampire. Some bargains can only be signed in blood...

Erin Holland has spent a lifetime with ghosts in her head. Desperate to silence the four supernatural voices twisting her mind, she searches her dark past for answers. But to free herself from mental torture, she's forced to cross paths with a sexy vampire who may be the only reason she's still alive...

Commanded to leave his territory under threat of death, Erin strikes a deal with her savior that binds them closer together. Unable to tell if the sultry master vampire of Hope Acres longs to taste her lips or drink her dry, she falls deeper into a shadowy mystery. A mystery that threatens to pull them both under.

With enemies out for blood, Erin's survival depends on once and for all embracing the powerful souls within.

Touched by Madness is the addictive first book in the Erin Holland urban fantasy series. If you like conflicted heroines, sexy vampires, and simmering chemistry, then you'll love Nicole Leclercq's haunting tale.

Buy Touched by Madness to embrace the darkness today!

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781938988127
Publisher: Ragz Books U.S.A.
Publication date: 06/20/2015
Series: Erin Holland Series , #1
Pages: 362
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.81(d)

About the Author

As a child, Nicole always wanted to be an actress. However, her only shot at becoming the next Meryl Streep was during her one-second appearance in Paul Verhoeven's film 'Black Book' where her shirt got ripped off her body. After that, she decided to focus on her writing career instead.


When she's not writing, she spends her time as crazy cat lady, playing with her cats Buffy and Garfield. In addition, Nicole's hobbies include trying to chase tornadoes (although she still hasn't seen any), fantasizing about villains (isn't Lex Luthor far more interesting than Clark Kent?), and most of all reading stories somebody else wrote.

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