Monday, January 30, 2017

Live and Let Bite Roundup

So, in case you're new here, and wondering what this Live and Let Bite is that's all over the blog, let's back track a little bit, all the way to the beginning, if you like.

There is, of course, book 2, Murphy's Law of Vampires, which tackles demons, San Francisco, an blowing up even more damage to public places.

And now, there's Live and Let Bite
The third in the Dragon Award nominated series, Love at First Bite.
Merlin “Merle” Kraft has been fighting the darkness for months. He left San Francisco in the capable hands of Marco Catalano and his anti-vampire team to defend them against vampires. With special operators at his command, Kraft has been killing every vampire he can find in the Middle East. After clearing out a nest in Tora Bora, he is finally brought back to New York, and the investigation that led him to vampires in the first place.

Marco is starting to spiral. He knows it. His team knows it. Everyone around him can see that he’s just a bomb waiting to explode. The only woman who can bring him back from the brink is also the woman who lit his fuse.

Ever since the demon Asmodeus tried to murder Marco, Amanda Colt has been hunting down every lead to find the ones ultimately behind the attempt. After months of investigation, she learns that something in the dark is colder than the dark. It is a vampire assassin that Amanda has faced once before, and Amanda lost. This assassin is stronger than anything they’ve face before, and it isn’t alone.

With Marco ready to self-destruct, and the armies of Hell ready to descend, the three of them must come together and stop a thousand-year-old assassin that has has never been stopped, and has never failed to kill her target.
This book is going to be awesome. How awesome?

I'm almost certain that Live and Let Bite will take Best Horror at the Dragon Awards. Why? Pure logic on my part....

And if you think that logic has anything to do with awards, I have a bridge to sell you. Heh.

There was the cover reveal. Nice cover, huh?

Then I showed a bit of chapter 4, where our hero was ... a little cranky.

Chapter 6 saw how the world of the supernatural coincides with the real world

Chapter 5 gives you a sense of just how dark this will get.

And, there is, of course, the playlist for the novel.

And, now, there's really nothing more to do than to suggest you try buying these books and enjoy.


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