Vampires are born, not made. The gene that creates them lurks in human DNA. As a foster kid being bounced from home to home, I didn’t give much thought to the fanged members of the population. Until my twin brother, Sam went missing. Dragged into the principal’s office at my latest loathsome school, I meet the darkly appealing Webb London… My world as I know it implodes. Part of a secret Navy SEAL team of natural-born vampires, Webb reveals an evil cartel has abducted Sam to claim an agent in his blood. But what flows through his veins runs through mine as well. A dormant gene, if activated, is all it will take to transform me into a vampire. Now, that could be my only hope to save Sam. Time is running out, and the stakes couldn’t be higher. His life, or my humanity? One way or another, nothing will ever be the same. On the Edge of Humanity is the first book in The Vampire Navy SEAL series and is the beginning of Jo Mason’s story as she navigates the world of vampires and meets the hot Navy SEAL vampire Webb London. The book is filled with edge-of-your-seat action, intrigue, suspense, and an emerging romance. This is an upper young adult/new adult paranormal, military vampire romance series. Series reading order: On the Edge of Humanity On the Edge of Eternity On the Edge of Destiny On the Edge of Misery On the Edge of Infinity Read more
Ever have that moment when a book is so good that you’re trying to read and work at the same time? Yeah, that was me. It’s more than a love-story. This is a book about overcoming obstacles, struggling through loss, tearing down walls and trusting the most vulnerable part of yourself, our heart.” -Badass Beauties Book Club I had the perfect life…the perfect family…the perfect future. …until one terrifying night when everything was ripped from me. Now I’m trying to sew back the pieces, but it’s hard when I’m haunted by nightmares and faced with a bully who does everything to shatter my future. Then I met him… Kade Maxwell makes my mouth water and my belly tingle. Through his own pain, he shows me that I’m stronger than I think. I’m not so sure when his enemy is determined to use me to get to him. Too many obstacles, too many triggers, and one boy who just might be the key to mending my broken heart. This book has strong language and sexual content and is intended for audiences 18+ ˃˃˃ This heartfelt book is about growing up and learning to love and trust. I loved every aspect of this book which why I highly recommend it.” –Bbs book reviews ˃˃˃ Cute, fun and a little sassy with a bit of tragedy acting as the cherry on top of the New Adult sundae. It was refreshing.” -No Bent Spines ABOUT THE SERIES: The Maxwell Series is about a group of brothers who are all about family, duty, honor, and will do anything to protect those they love. Be prepared for all the feels as Kade, Kelton, Kross, and Kody put their hearts on the line. Book 1: Dare to Kiss Book 2: Dare to Dream Book 3: Dare to Love Book 4: Dare to Dance Book 5: Dare to Live Book 6: Dare to Breathe Scroll up and grab a copy today.
The shy ones are diamonds in the rough. QUINN THOMPSON When I walk into a room, the popular kids whisper about me. I don’t own designer clothes or name-brand shoes. I don’t wear low-cut shirts or tons of makeup either. I’m as plain Jane as a girl can get. I live on a farm, where the uniform of the day is boots, jeans, and a T-shirt unless it’s winter; then I trade my T-shirts for heavy sweaters and a parka. Baggy is my style. But I’m considered one of the nerds in school for reasons besides my wardrobe. I have my nose in books while the popular girls have their noses up jocks’ butts. I do everything I can to avoid the in crowd at Kensington High—until a new boy waltzes in. He’s tall like my brothers, handsome like Zach Efron, and disrupts my belief that boys only want one thing. My only problem is he’ll never notice me, not if my arch-nemesis has any say. MAIKEN MAXWELL Basketball has been my life until my dad died. I’m trying not to get depressed, but it’s hard to breathe sometimes. He’ll never cheer from the stands at any of my basketball games or shout at me to shoot that three-pointer. I promised him I would step up if anything happened to him, and now it’s time to be the man of the house. Only I’m torn between playing for the Kensington High basketball team and finding a job—until the girl with butterscotch hair snags my attention. She’s pretty, quirky, and her presence takes my mind off my troubles. Above all else, she makes me feel things that I’ve never felt before. In my mind, girls are just a distraction. They’re nice to look at, they talk too much, and they’re extremely pushy. Yet Quinn Thompson might change my opinion that all girls are created equal.