Title: The Vampireâs Mark
Author: Rachel Jonas
Genre: Upper YA/NA Paranormal Romance | Urban Fantasy | Reverse Harem Romance | Vampire Romance
Cover Designer: Najla Qamber of Najla Qamber Designs
Publication Date: December 26th, 2018 Hosted by:
Four blood-sucking princes. A beautiful anarchist. One dangerous mistake.
To the vampires who dominate each quadrant of the Lydian Dynasty, Iâm only known as âBlackbirdââa masked vigilante who, at nineteen, is already public enemy number one.
To whatâs left of humanity, Iâve been called a superhero, a title I neither welcome nor deserve. My only objective is to offer the enslaved what was stolen from us â¦
However, a failed plan lands me in the last place I imagined, at the mercy of all four Dynasty princesâJulian, Levi, Roman, and Silas. Theyâre monsters, each with a heart rumored to be as cold as his icy skin. And whatâs worse, thanks to the slip-up, my fate is suddenly theirs to decide.
Itâs up to them whether Iâll swing from the gallows, and Iâve given them every reason to sentence me to such a fate. Yet, I felt something unexplainable when our paths first crossed.
Something that gives me hope.
We should be one anotherâs worst nightmare. Only, Iâm beginning to wonder if, somehow â¦ these four princes might be my saving grace.
Hey! I'm Rachel, a Michigan native with a passion for writing. I have several young adult releases on my schedule. Those releases will be within the genres of paranormal romance, urban fantasy, and dystopian fiction, so I hope you stick with me and check out my future work!
Aside from the many hours spent happily pecking away at my keyboard, I'm a wife, mother of three, an avid reader, and a gamer with a penchant for all things Sims. There will always be a keyboard at my fingertips and I look forward to the words that will flow from them for many years to come. As a self-proclaimed nerd, there's not a more satisfying career choice I could have made. Happy reading!
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âInteresting â¦ A prince adored by the public, avoids them every chance he gets.â
In my peripheral, I caught the glint of white teeth when he smiled.
âWill that be the headline for your next article?â
My mouth curved up despite my best efforts to stop it. âI suppose if I had any interest in writing about you, it could be.â
âOuch.â He chuffed a short laugh as his hands left the banister and slipped inside his pockets.
âI meant what I said about my being here having nothing to do with you,â I reminded him, hearing the flirty undertones I didnât mean to let slip when adding a coy, âYour Highnessâ.
A breath hitched in my throat when he turned, facing me full-on. I refused to do the same.
âIs it bad I wish that werenât true?" he asked. "That I wish you had come here for me?â
The question left me speechless. To keep from letting him see how he affected me, I tried distracting myself by naming the different flowers I could spot from here.
âIâm not usually so forward, but â¦ youâre beautiful in this light, with the moon high and clear,â he stated boldly. âAlthough, I imagine Iâd say the same even if we were standing in a storm.â
I was suddenly aware of soft music floating to this terrace through the open doors of the one below, from the gala where Julian had just whisked me away. His formidable body moved closer and I stared when a hand was extended toward me.
âMay I have this dance?â
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