Have you ever been torn between two lovers?
A man who fulfills your appetite for true love and a man who secretly feeds your deepest and darkest desires.
What would you do?
Worth every second of your time.
Don’t miss the second book of the unforgettable Fatal Allure Series: The Vampire’s Desire, The Vampire’s Blight, The Vampire’s Curse
I am sitting at home sipping my glass of Shiraz and nibbling on cheese and crackers. I roll my eyes as the credits roll to a romantic comedy that ended with a stereotypical happily ever after. I scoff. I don’t know why I watched it. I knew the ending would be made up of a predictable plot where the characters’ love is the most important thing in this world and completely outweighed any rational logic for what would happen after the credits stopped rolling.
What happened to self-esteem? To knowing that actually, you don’t need the stereotypical bad boy to change overnight and run off into the sunset with you? I always thought these movies would have a happier ending if right at the end, when the man had “changed,” the woman laughed and told him it was only ever about sex, and walked off into the sunset on her own.
Cara, my best friend, would describe me as cynical. She would say it’s a defense mechanism – if I don’t believe in love and romance, then I don’t have to admit that it’s just never happened for me.
I would describe myself as a realist. I just don’t think we’re programmed for monogamy, at least not long term. I have to agree with Cara on one point, though. It probably will never happen for me.
I’m a twenty-seven-year-old forensic scientist working for the LAPD. I am smart. I can hold my own in situations that would turn most people’s stomachs. Yet, here’s the kicker: whenever I find myself with a man who I find attractive, I turn into a clumsy thirteen-year-old who can’t string together a sentence. I’m the one who will trip up, knock something over, or say something really awkward.
Maybe that’s part of the reason why I’m a cynic. Sorry, a realist.
But I’m not heartbroken about it or anything. I have Bella, my adorable and loyal puppy, and right now, she’s the only housemate I want or need. I reach out and run my hand over Bella’s soft fur. She wags her tail and snuggles closer to my side.
I reach for the remote and flick through the channels. I’m looking for a horror movie, maybe a sci-fi at a push. No more icky love stuff. Something catches my eye, and I flick back a channel.
This is a BRILLIANT paranormal romance you will not regret reading. Join Amy on her journey into the world of the SUPERNATURAL including werewolves, witches, vampires and more!!!
Amy had it all. A successful career as a forensic scientist, a loyal pup named Bella, and a healthy dose of cynicism when it came to romance. But when two mysterious figures enter her life, her world is turned upside down. On one side is a man who fulfills her appetite for true love, and on the other is a man who feeds her deepest and darkest desires. Torn between two lovers, Amy must find a way to make the right choice, or risk being consumed by the Vampire’s Blight.
Martha Woods’ latest release, The Vampire’s Blight, is a thrilling paranormal romance that will have readers on the edge of their seats. With a captivating plot, witty dialogue, and a cast of supernatural characters including werewolves, witches, and vampires, this book is a must-read for any fan of the genre.
Experience the joys and heartache of true love, the seductive allure of the supernatural, and the danger of the unknown as you join Amy on her journey to find the ultimate balance between love and desire.
Martha Woods is a master storyteller whose books transport readers to captivating and magical realms. Her unique blend of romance, action, and suspense creates an unforgettable journey that is sure to draw readers in and keep them wanting more.
So, if you’re looking for an enthralling story that will keep you on the edge of your seat, then look no further than The Vampire’s Blight. This book is a must-read for any fan of the genre!
“I was absolutely enthralled by The Vampire’s Blight. Martha Woods’ writing is captivating, and her characters are so easy to relate to. I was drawn in from the first page and couldn’t put it down until I finished the last. Highly recommend!” – Sarah, Amazon Reviewer