Death of the Sun

Death of the SunAngela Pierce swore off relationships after leaving her controlling ex. Swallowed by her workaholic tendencies, she doesn’t have time for men anyway–she barely has time for her best friend. So when a girls’ night out goes wrong, all she really wants is an easy escape route, but something about Blaine keeps her looking back…

It’s been almost a hundred years since Blaine Moreau looked at a woman as more than a midnight snack, but Angela’s inconsistent signals and inability to find meaning in her life are fascinating after so many years alone. But what future is there for a mortal and a vampire, especially when he can’t make her change? Her message is clear–find a solution, or walk away.

Desperate for something steadfast in her life, Angela doesn’t want to end it, but there are only two options, and either one pushes them both farther than she’s sure she can survive: change herself, or change a vampire’s nature.

Death of the Sun is the first book in the After Undeath series. With its new spin on the old idea of a vampire love story, the book offers dynamic and believable characters thrown into slightly extraordinary situations, presenting unique hurdles they must overcome… in a less than stereotypical way.

You can read sample chapters here:
Chapter One | Chapter Two | Chapter Three

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What readers are saying

“I’ve read many a vampire love story, though only when my reading material is slim… typically they all follow the same pattern and the girl just can’t fight the vampy’s charm and charisma so she turns into a vampy and they live nice long eternal lives. This was not that same pattern. Thank all that is good it didn’t follow the same pattern!” …read the review

“Not your typical ‘Girl/woman meets vampire, resigns herself to life with his flaws, etc’ novel. I hate paying for unknown author Kindle books just because they tend to be filled with errors, and mediocre (at best) plots, this one I’m glad I sprang the $3 on. Highly recommended.” …read the review

“Interesting, dynamic characters and great plot that is not your average vampire story. Loved every moment of reading this and can’t wait for this author’s next novel!” …read the review

“Death of the Sun kept me entertained. It is refreshingly free of the stereotypes which usually plague the genre.” …read the review







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