A Taste of Blood Wine by Freda Warrington (2015 Review)

Charlotte Neville is stuck within a life where she simply watches from the sidelines, too afraid to do anything more. Her sisters are nothing like her, they know how to enjoy what's to offer and actually make themselves noticed. Charlotte's sense of safety crumbles however, when a stranger enters her life and befriends her family. They seem to adore him, but there's something about him that just feels wrong and Charlotte is doomed to find out the truth...

Bound to Shadows by Keri Arthur (2015 Review)

It's suspected a hate gang is beheading vampires and stirring trouble amongst the vampire and human population. War could be on the horizon, but Riley and co are on the case and it's up to the Directorate now to calm the rising tension and save the potential victims, but something else is dealing death, this time to women in their own beds. Two cases and not a whole lot of time for Riley, as if dealing with her soulmate wasn't bad enough.

Moon Sworn by Keri Arthur (2015 Review)

Riley Jenson's life takes a dramatic turn when she awakes in the desert, confused and alone. She can't remember who she is, or who to trust, even when her so-called brother rescues her. Everything feels so wrong, from her very name to specific details of her past. If only her memories would return, she'd be able to tell truth from lie, and friend from foe.

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