The Thorndykes, Book 1
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Lucille attends a masquerade and meets a real-life Regency rake. A young vampire, she’s never met an old one like Jay before. Together, they burn up the night, but in the morning, danger threatens. They find Lucille’s brother, badly hurt. The evidence is mounting: someone is trying to kill Lucille, and maybe Jay.
The threat sends Jay’s possessive instincts into overdrive. At first he just wants to protect Lucille from her persecutors, the anti-vampire organization, the PLR. Yet, soon, it’s not enough for him. With the help of an old friend, Jay plans to destroy the PLR, even though he knows even if he doestheir affair can’t last. He’s too old and jaded and she’s too young and fresh. Plus, with the danger threatening her life, she’ll have to use the Thorndyke network to escape, change her identity, and never come back.
“This reader has long been a huge fan of Lynne Connolly but I have to say that I can never predict where her stories will take me. From the supernatural world to historical settings to contemporary; Lynne Connolly’s work is never dull and her research solid enough to make her tales ring true.” – Fallen Angel Reviews
Sophie Adams is engaged, but the second she sees sexy Evan Howell, she wants him. When her fiancé dumps her, Evan is there to catch her. And show her a passion she’d never dreamed of before, drawn from his dark experiments into sexual magick, a magick that has driven more than one man insane. Enthralled by the new world Evan introduces her to, Sophie wants more.
Hunter wants Sabina as much as ever. One night together six years ago made him want more but he walked away and she couldn’t come with him. Hot, sweaty sex to gentle, intense lovemaking, it’s all fantastic with her. Watching her as she moves against him only makes him hotter.
Sabina tried to forget Hunter and that magical, sex-soaked night when he’d spoiled her for other men. When she’s offered an experimental operation to restore her hearing, Sabina might lose everything else—her job, friends and lifestyle—but she can’t live without the chance to hear what took Hunter away from her. Murder City Ravens, the band he loves so much. Wanting to get him out of her system, she sleeps with him again, but it only makes her want him more.
Sail to the Moon is the story of the front man for Murder City Ravens. He has a troubled relationship with his jazz playing, drug addicted father. Can social worker Laura help?