Burning Blood

Burning Blood

Bonds of Blood #2

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by Daniel De Lorne

$5.99

Imprint: Escape Publishing

Release date: 2015-05-01

Pages: 280 Pages

ISBN: 9780857992550

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From the author of the romantic horror debut Beckoning Blood comes the gripping sequel that mixes blood, sex, and magic.

No–one gets to choose who they spend eternity with.

Aurelia d'Arjou has vampires for brothers, but it is as a witch that she comes into her own power, keeping balance and control, using her strength to mitigate the death and pain that her brothers bring. When she is forced to take on the centuries long task of keeping the world safe from the brutal demon that wore her father's skin, duty dominates her life. But rare happiness comes in the form of a beguiling, flame–haired oracle who makes the perfect companion...but for one thing.
 
Hame doesn't want to be an oracle, but when a demon destroys the closest thing to a father he has, he has little choice but to aid Aurelia with his visions. Unable to love her as she would wish, their centuries–old friendship comes under attack when a handsome Welsh witch enters his life – and his heart.

As treachery and betrayal push Hame to choose between his closest friend and his lover, it becomes clear that when it comes to war, love doesn't always conquer all, and happy endings are never guaranteed.

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Daniel De Lorne

Daniel De Lorne

Ruin. Romance. Redemption. That's the magic trifecta Daniel de Lorne promises readers of his books. Whether it's irresistible vampires, paranormal paramours, or hot everyday men, Daniel's books go for the heart. And the stomach. And the spleen (just for good measure). In his other life, Daniel is a professional writer and researcher in Perth, Australia, with a love of history and nature. All of which makes for great story fodder. And when he's not working, he and his husband explore as much of this amazing world as they can, from the ruins of Welsh abbeys to trekking famous routes and...
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