She’s a hot-blooded half demon. He’s a cold-blooded vampire. Sending evil souls to Hell has never been more dangerous, or steamy.
Jessie lives a normal life—office worker by day and paranormal investigator on the side. She keeps her true nature and unique gift hidden. When a vampire approaches her with knowledge of her ability, her world starts to change.
Drake, a member of Vampires for the Ethical Treatment of Other Vampires, propositions her for a job. An evil vampire is feeding on children in Chicago. Destroying him isn’t enough. Drake wants her to send his soul where it belongs…in Hell. Although Jessie doesn’t trust Drake, she can’t turn down the opportunity to serve the ultimate justice to an evil vampire.
Trying to capture the devout killer comes with a few complications. But as she partners with Drake she learns not all bloodsuckers are bad and the cold-blooded vamp is a temptation too difficult to resist.
Warning: This book contains vulgar language, violence, and graphic sex.
Note: This book was originally published in 2010, and then again in 2015. The story hasn’t changed.
Darkness engulfed us the farther away we were from the city. Lights from subdivisions faded, and only a few trucks were visible on the road. The high speed we were traveling and the silence made my eyelids feel heavy.
"Jessie Garrett," he said, capturing my attention. "Twenty-four, single, computer technician, paranormal investigator…" He paused and directed his attention from the road to me.
I stared back at him and waited for him to say the word.
"Demon," he finished.
"That's not on my birth certificate."
His lips twitched. "You're a mystery to me."
"Let's keep it that way."
I shifted one leg over the other. From my peripheral vision, I saw him watching me. I wore a knee-length black skirt with small, blue floral designs and three-inch black sandals. I'd selected the skirt thinking I would stay cooler. Now that I realized I had exposed my bare legs to his eyes, I wished I'd worn jeans.READ MORE
"I have met a few demons in my existence, and I have to admit that none compare to you."
I silently chuckled. What a sweet compliment. Maybe he had a warm personality hidden within that cold body of his. Maybe.
"Tell me, Jessie Garrett, where have you been hiding all these years?"
"You followed me and seem to know a lot about me. Why don't you tell me?" I crossed my arms.
"How about a deal?"
"Consider it an exchange. You tell me about yourself, and I'll tell you whatever you want to know about me."
His proposal appealed to me. Since I was stuck in a car with him for the next three hours, and I had limited knowledge of vampires, why not cash in on a golden opportunity to learn more about him?
"Okay," I said with a shrug. "But I get to ask the first question."
He grinned. "Always a concession with you."
I flashed a smile at him. He should have known that bargaining with a demon was never easy.COLLAPSE