Cover Reveal: Vampires Like It Hot by Lynsay Sands
Hello everybody, a slick and stylish cover reveal for you today. Lynsay Sands is back with her latest – Vampires Like It Hot – and you can read on below for a taste of what’s to come! This cover was designed by Patrick Knowles. New York Times bestselling author Lynsay Sands brings the heat in this new […]Read More
Happy Publication Day to Twice Bitten!
We’re feeling hot under the collar this morning, as a perennial favourite returns to our shelves with another thrilling romance. Twice Bitten – Lynsay Sands New York Times bestselling author Lynsay Sands returns with another fun, sexy romance featuring the Argeneau vampires. For someone who’s been around for over a hundred and forty years, immortal […]Read More
Cover Reveal: Immortally Yours
We are absolutely thrilled to be able to reveal the cover for Immortally Yours, the next book in Lynsay Sand’s New York Times bestselling Argenau vampire series, full of irresistible chemistry and thrilling suspense… One hundred and twenty-five years is a long time to nurse a crush. That’s how long it’s been since Beth Argenis first met Cullen […]Read More
Happy Publication Day to Lysany Sands’ Immortal Nights!
It’s publication day. And it’s one perfectly dark and stormy cocktail of paranormal delight of a day! Today we’re celebrating the publication of Lynsay Sands’ Immortal Nights. Immortal Nights by Lynsay Sands is the sizzling new Argeneau novel from the New York Times bestselling author. An impulsive rescue pairs a sexy Immortal with the woman […]Read More
Happy Publication day to Charlaine Harris
We’re delighted that Charlaine Harris’ After Dead is out in shops today – there can’t be a more fitting day than Halloween, right? You can find out what happens to the residents of Bon Temps after Sookie’s last adventure, Dead Ever After. But, today we’re letting someone else do the blogging; Paul Goat Allen, who […]Read More
The fall and rise of the vampire, by AJ Dalton
It seems you can’t keep a good monster down. The vampire simply won’t stay vanquished. Like the rest of the undead, it refuses to stay in the grave. The literary genre that spawned it, “horror”, has itself gone into something of an ironically terminal decline (in terms of book sales specifically), and yet the vampire […]Read More