Who ever said vampire romance had to suck?

Finding a job is never easy and Gail knew she had a harder time getting hired than most.  Lucky for Gail, Georgia Sutherland has just the job for her - that is, if she can handle working nights and a little blood.
In a single interview the world turns topsy-turvy as Gail learns that all she’s seen in Hollywood isn’t quite true and that there is a special needs vampire out there just dying for a new personal assistant… 

 
 

Paige Carmichael is about to have a very bad day.

Paige Carmichael has one simple rule: don’t rock the boat. She lives a quiet life in the suburbs with an adequate boyfriend and a job that pays the rent, all the while trying to hide the fact that she’s the daughter of a world-renowned paranormal investigator. Her happy bubble bursts when the father she’s tried so hard to forget appears at her door with an ominous message—vampires are real.

Paige’s safe little life doesn’t have secretive strangers that hide from the sun, arcane laws, or mysterious covens that stretch back for eons, but change as sure as the cycle of the moon is headed her way. Unfortunately for Paige, it’s a dog-eat-dog world, and if she doesn’t learn to adapt and discover her own inner strength, she might just find herself at the bottom of the food chain—quite literally.

 

 

There's two sides to every story.

Caring for a vampire is a dirty job, but Georgia Sutherland is just the woman to do it. As the go-to gal for her recovering master, she has everything a girl can dream of—except for the man that she loves, Ren. Still, Georgia refuses to give up hope. For a chance at bliss, she's willing to risk rekindling her relationship with a rival vampire family.
Meanwhile, hallway across the country, Paige DeMarco has given up her old name and her old life, and finally found a man worth her time.  Unfortunately for her, werewolf relationships aren’t as simple as she hoped, especially when her vampire ex rolls into town.
Both women have to face the facts: once you get involved with vampires, life becomes complicated. As their lives intertwine, ghosts of the past rise up to haunt them. The only question is, can there ever be a happily ever after for those entangled with the undying?