Set against a modern Venetian backdrop, a beautiful vampire recounts details of her turbulent past to a mortal by the name of Alessandro.
Alessandro Knight is a Véradó–a mortal willing to part with his blood to sustain a coven of vampires. With his dreams haunted by her beauty, he has crossed the continent in search of the Hungarian vampire known simply as Katya.
With her rich history unfolding through a series of dreams and discussions, Alessandro finds himself impulsively drawn to her and longs to be the one to sustain her. But Katya is a hunter, cold and impassive, and Alessandro soon realises that to win her heart it will take more than just blood.
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Well it’s been some time since I last checked in here and I guess that’s because I have had an unintentional break from writing for a while. Between school runs, work, life and living it, I suppose I let my writing take a bit of a back seat. But now school’s out, and I’ve taken a break from work, I’m back and raring to start work on the third novel in the Véradó series. The book; Véradó – Blood Moon, takes my characters out of their comfort zone and away from their familiar surroundings. I wanted to test them, to see how far I could push them, and it seems they are quite resilient, so it promises to be a lot of fun.
I started the first draft of the book quite some time ago, but with vigorously editing the first two books in the series (A Darker Blood is already available from MuseItUp Publishing, and The Vampire Katya will be released in September) Blood Moon got left half written. Well this summer I plan to dust it off and get my first draft finished so I can put a full stop to the end of this series (maybe).
So far I’ve had an absolute blast writing it, and the feedback I’ve had has been very encouraging. I will keep you updated as to my progress on the third novel, and check in here as much as I can. So here’s to a wonderful, productive summer.