A human thief. A vampire raider. A marriage of convenience bound in blood.
In a realm where magic and the creatures who can wield it are forbidden, Brexia is an orphan twice over. A human adopted by a vampire, she is forbidden from leaving the home for gifted children where she was raised after her mother’s passing. Until the one child she loves as a sister disappears, leaving only a curious charm under her pillow as a clue.
Armed with secrets and the curious stone around her neck, Brexia flees the foundling home on a search for the one thing she’s sought all her life: the truth.
Neo is a vampire lord intent on destroying the rival who framed and tortured him. He doesn’t intend to recruit Brexia for the quest, but once she discovers his truth, he consents to a marriage of convenience that will give them both what they seek.
Neo refuses to fully trust the woman who steals anything she can fit into her cloak. But he discovers that his thieving bride has a way of helping herself to everything she wants: his treasury, his home, and the depths of his scarred heart.
Dishonor Among Thieves is a complete, stand-alone novel with action and a “happily ever after” ending. It’s perfect for fantasy romance fans looking for just the right amount of *spice* in a slow-burn, swoony vampire romance. What Readers Are Saying:
★★★★★ – When they ask that question “what book keeps you up past bed time?” my answer is usually NOTHING. I love my bed and I love my sleep. But this! From the immediate action-y start to the buttoned up but ready to go for book 2 end, it had my ENTIRE ATTENTION.
★★★★★ – The writing is phenomenal, and it had that captivating, page-turning rhythm that I absolutely love in a wonderfully written story.
★★★★★ – The plot was interesting and easy to follow with some unexpected plot twists. The prose was good, and the quick pacing made the book a page-turner. What I loved the most, however, were the characters. Brex is a great protagonist, who stands up fearlessly for what she thinks is right. I liked the development of her character and of her relationship with Neo. Even the secondary characters were all likeable and made me interested in reading more about them.