The characters in “Blood Magic” are spicy, dicey, and better than reality TV. Turn off the tube. Put your phone on vibrate. Dive in.
In “Blood Magic,” Selina Anderson is a small-town teacher with a big-time problem with vampires who are out to kill her before she can make them her next meal. She is looking forward to a quiet lazy summer in Culpeper, Virginia, where everybody knows everybody. At least this is her plan until three strangers enter her life in one day.
I pulled back from the vision with a sense of elation knowing that I had made some progress. Then Devlin’s lips were moving over mine slowly redirecting my energy. I began to relax into him and kiss him back. His arm tightened like a vise around my waist. He lowered me down onto the bed and kept me covered with the warm hardness of his body. My hands roamed his back feeling the tightly coiled muscles. I realized I had been anticipating the feel of him beneath my hands. Now, I could explore.
“Look at me,” he whispered against my lips. I looked into his sea green eyes dilated with passion. He growled low in his throat. Then he was back to kissing me, but more fiercely.
If you prefer an autographed copy, you can shop directly at the publisher’s website Indigo Stone.
Take a sneak peek of “Blood Magic” the podcast at iHeartRadio.