Blood Ties Bundle: Blood Ties Book One: The Turning / Blood Ties Book Two: Possession / Blood Ties Book Three: Ashes to Ashes / Blood Ties Book Four: All Souls' Night (Mills & Boon e-Book Collections)
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When ER doctor Carrie Ames is attacked in the morgue one night by a reanimated corpse, it’s the beginning of a whole new “life” for her.
As she discovers what she has become, she enters the world of mythic creatures of the night and is plunged into a monumental struggle between those who would restrain the powers of vampires and those who aspire to dominate mankind. Enter the spine-tingling realm of Jennifer Armintrout’s Blood Ties and be swept up in heartstopping thrills and dark passions.
Bundle includes Blood Ties Book One: The Turning, Blood Ties Book Two: Possession, Blood Ties Book Three: Ashes to Ashes and Blood Ties Book Four: All Souls’ Night.
She made a plosive sound of denial, as if the answer was obvious. “Only if we get caught. Besides, it’s not like they’re gonna get rid of me.” She made a compelling argument. Of course, it probably wouldn’t have been if our meeting with the general hadn’t been so disastrous. Anne seemed to take the reason for my hesitation as fear. “She hasn’t hurt anyone lately. They changed her diet. She was getting too much male blood and the testosterone made her crabby. Now she’s pretty mellow.” I felt a
sipped the blood self-consciously and studied him. It was my experience that people weren’t nice to strangers. In med school it’s every student for his- or herself. In fact, most of us went out of our way to intimidate the “competition.” The eat-or-be-eaten attitude had become so ingrained in my psyche, that I’d come to expect such behavior from everyone. But Nathan had been nothing but helpful from the start, which was surprising considering he was a week away from killing me if I didn’t join
tears sprang to my eyes. I wiped them on the back of my hand. “I’m not so egotistical that I thought…Well, I don’t know what I thought.” Nathan screamed, the sound ripping down the hallway and pushing me over the edge. A loud, hiccuping sob tore from my throat. Cyrus held out his arms, but didn’t embrace me, clearly waiting for me to make the first move. I walked into his embrace, for the first time not doubting his motives or his humanity, because he was human, he saw my pain and he wanted to
partner in an entire lifetime. It probably wasn’t as if she’d been banging some human guy in the busy month they’d been separated. She’d told Max as much, and as unbelievable as the whole situation seemed, he believed it. “Yeah, I know. Don’t you worry about that.” He hoped that was enough. “And I love you.” After a long silence, he realized she was sleeping again. “Max, wake up!” The room was pitch-dark. Someone had come in—day or night? he’d lost all sense of time—and turned off the
and the two steps lower than him that I stood. “I’m a what?” “You’re a dead vampire.” The voice came from the top of the stairs, and my heart—the only one I had left—stopped beating. Dahlia stood at the top of the stairs, juggling a bright, blue sphere of light between her hands. “Holy shit,” Bill breathed beside me. I spoke through clenched teeth. “Run.” “I don’t think he’s going anywhere,” Dahlia said with a laugh, hurling the sphere toward us. Bill turned and tried to follow my directive,