Because Your Vampire Said So (Broken Heart, Oklahoma, Book 3)
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Not just anyone can visit Broken Heart, Oklahoma, especially since all the single moms—like me, Patsy Donahue—have been turned into vampires. I’m forever forty, but looking younger than my years, thanks to my new (un)lifestyle.
And even thought most of my customers have skipped town, I still manage to keep my hair salon up and running because of the lycanthropes prowling around. They know how important good grooming is—especially a certain rogue shape-shifter who is as sexy as he is deadly. Now, if only I could put a leash on my wild teenage son. He’s up to his neck in danger. The stress would kill me if I wasn’t already dead. But my maternal instincts are sill alive and kicking, so no one better mess with my flesh and blood.
ground. His huge, gray hand gripped the Egyptian’s neck. “Finish it!” commanded Durga. “Durga,” gasped Khenti. “Do not do this! You know that Koschei is droch fola. He has no soul.” Durga was unmoved by this logic. Koschei may not have had his soul, but this lady didn’t have a heart. “Finish him, minion.” Andhaka squeezed Khenti’s neck harder and I realized that he meant to do so until my friend’s head came off. Nausea gurgled in my stomach. Durga hit me across the face. I sailed through the
the forecasts of seers,” said Arin, smiling. “But this prediction seems on course. However, we would be wise not to underestimate Koschei’s powers.” “Or Lia’s.” I wondered what else in Broken Heart had gotten fried thanks to Miss Magnolia Blossom. Terran planted her butt on the couch next to me. “Koschei can be a very convincing man. Chances are good he’s recruited a number of powerful vampires to his side.” Most vampires could bend the wills of humans, but it wasn’t the same as having the mind
in my womb. His gold eyes were wild and seemed to have changed shape. “I’m the alpha.” He growled. Oh, come on. Growling? He didn’t scare me. Getting all particular about who was on top didn’t deter me from my goal. Talking to me like that only made me hotter. I wrapped my legs around his waist and tried to get his cock inside me. He growled again. Something animalistic flashed in his eyes. He got up on his knees, grasping my wrists to yank me up with him. “Submit to me.” Chapter 17 I laughed.
you, Jess. My guardian shifted and kicked that monster’s ass.” Damian’s obsidian eyes flashed with alarm. “What monster?” “Patsy described the same demon that attacked Simone,” said Patrick, frowning. “Is she okay?” I asked. Simone was Broken Heart’s mechanic, and a damned good one. She had some weird water power. I didn’t see much use for it, but hell, I had the most useless vampire power of all. “She’ll be fine,” said Jessica. “You’re lucky Rick fended the demon off.” I was so busy working over
head. Magic flowed from both of us and covered the man in a gold glow. Velthur, Ruadan, and Zela stepped back. It was symbolic, what they did . . . the old guard relinquishing their power. Like it or not, I was the new ruler. “I ban you, Koschei the Ancient. Go into the world-between-worlds.” He tried to run, tried to reach out for Ruadan, but in the end, he couldn’t escape his fate. Just as I couldn’t escape mine. His gaze latched on to mine and in those empty eyes, I saw droch fola. He was