Blood Crave


Dahlia’s Story

Dahlia is an introvert, hides away from others, and prefers her own company. With no recollection of her life before the age of five, the majority of her days spent in and out of orphanages, and being thrown away by foster parents who no longer want her because she’s strange,she’s had reason to be.

Now with the appearance of a mysterious guy who she can’t take her mind off of, and suddenly number one on a supernatural hit list, she realizes everything that’s been going on in her life is nothing compared to the fact that she’s not even human.

Dahlia, Book 1 in the Blood Crave series.

Published December 21st, 2012

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Rowan’s Story

Part 1

A simple story about a lonely girl and the vampire she meets under a bridge one cold, rainy night.

Actually, not so simple.

Fallen Tears, A Blood Crave Novella (1.5)

Published January 25th, 2013

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Part 2

Rowan struggles to resist her hunger as a demon vampire while dealing with unwanted desires for a fallen angel from the past: a relationship that could only spell trouble. Not to mention the unresolved feelings she still has for a loved one from long ago.

While all of this is happening, they must all seek the hidden evil that hunts them—for there’s an ancient fighting to wake up and destroy everything Rowan holds dear.

Rowan, Book 2 in the Blood Crave series.

Published April 1st, 2013

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Sage’s Story

 

With her brother and friends in danger, Sage is the key to either ending it all or causing the destruction of not one, but two supernatural beings.

Sage, the final installment in the Blood Crave Series.

Published September 13th, 2014

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