Vampire Lover

A Purely Paranormal Romance Book

Daisy Amante just took over the lease on a great apartment in New York City from one of her old boarding school chums. Little does she know her neighbor and landlord is a real live Vampire!

The redheaded hottie tries to hide his sexy good looks behind button down shirts and nerdy looking glasses, but Daisy can see right through his façade. Terrence is something special and she is going to find out what!
Terrence has been sating his Vampire side for years with the bare minimum of blood from specialty butchers, but the second he gets a whiff of his new neighbor he knows there is nothing else that can satisfy his hunger.
He craves Daisy Amante in a way he swore he’d never indulge in again. He tries to fight his urges, but what’s a Vampire to do when a sexy curvy goddess knocks on his door in the middle of the night in nothing but her panties?
Can Terrence resist? And will Daisy willingly tie herself to her Vampire lover for eternity?

Popular Tropes

Fated Mates, Curvy Heroine, Vampire Romance, Paranormal Romance, RomCom, Secret Paranormal World

Series Reviews

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ “Finally, we are getting Terrence’s story and wow what a story this one is. He totally forgets a friend of Lesandra is taking over her apartment since she has moved in with Terrence’s best friend Chance. And when he gets one whiff of the delicious scent he knows he is in trouble. He swore off ever finding his true mate, his one and only, he never felt worthy. Well give it up Vampire man Daisy is going to blow your mind and then some!!! This story is quirky, funny, and these two have great chemistry.” -Bookbub Reviewer
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ “Terrence is a vampire that has his heart locked up tight. He just doesn’t feel he’s worthy of a mate until fate laughs at him and lands one in the apartment next to his in the building he owns. Watch as he fights his urges. Will he win or will she knock thru his defenses? Does she know more than he thinks is possible? Read and find out I loved this book. It was a quick read but hopefully we will see more of them in other stories.” -Bookbub Reviewer