Where Masters choose their playthings, and mortals kneel for the undead.
Pain is pleasure, and the blood runs sweet.
All Souls’ Night celebrates the unholy union of all temptation between mortal and fang.
Come, if you dare. Join the nine innocents succumbing to its lure.
It's All Souls’ Night.
Time to play.
All Souls' Night is a compilation of nine vampire romance novellas by Renee Rose, Lee Savino, Alexis Alvarez, Arial Burnz, RJ Gray, Ines Johnson, Vivian Murdoch, Lesli Richardson, Brenda Trim and Zara Zenia. You do not have to read the series to enjoy these standalone stories and the happily ever afters between vampire and mortal.
A Fallen Angel. The Leader of Cambion Hybrids. Dangerous Sexual Attraction.
Desperate to calm the raging desires of his insatiable inner beast, incubus-human hybrid Dante volunteers to lead recruitment and training for the Dark Warriors. But the demands of Cambion leadership do nothing to quell his physical needs or quiet his troubled mind. As he battles to regain control of his urges and shake the mistakes of his past, he's closer than ever to giving in to his demonic side.
Unlike the rest of the Fallen Angels, Chloe has an uncanny ability to stay off the radar. Millennia of eschewing romantic entanglements and staying out of trouble has served her very well. But after a Daeva demon leaves her for dead, she feels a certain longing to join her fellow Angels in the war to eradicate the demons. And that longing is matched only by her unexpected need for the sexy Cambion Lord who saved her life.
On opposite sides of a battle neither asked for, will Chloe and Dante forsake their truest natures and give in to love?
When life goes sideways, embracing the adventure is the fastest way to set things right.
One day I was just a widow facing the prospect of an empty nest, living a life that was anything but enchanted. The next, I had discovered my magical roots, and my rightful place as the Guardian of the portal between the Faery and Earth.
There was shock. And there was fear. After all, no one plans to start over at forty-five. I intended to grow old with my husband. I thought we’d live an ordinary life. So I’ll be damned if I’m going to waste this opportunity to live in a world I always thought was imaginary.
I’m half-witch, half-faery, and facing dangers as real as the ache in my bad knee. Ibuprofen and caffeine keep me going, and I could do this for the rest of my life. Whoever thinks my family home is an easy mark better take notice: the new Guardian in town isn’t going down without a fight.
After all, she’s already learned to let go of her simple existence and believe in the extraordinary power inside of her. What could possibly stop her now?