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"Reading a Lina Gardiner book is like riding an out-of-this-world roller coaster with your favorite people in the world." —Joyce Lamb, USA Today bestselling author
"Lina drops crumbs of information like Gretel dropping crumbs to find her way home; instead of home, though, we are led to the startling denouement so smoothly, we are left gasping."—BittenbyBooks.com
"The lead couple is a fascinating pair . . . they make a formidable team as they battle killer vampires . . . fans will appreciate the adventures of Jess Vandermire, vampire hunter."—Harriet Klausner, Alternate Worlds
For decades, Jess Vandermire, has been fighting the city's biggest threat—deadly hunters in the night. But with John 'Britt' Brittain, by her side, there's nothing she can't handle. That is, until now. Suddenly…
The vampires Jess and Britt are hunting aren't acting like normal bloodsuckers. They're braver, smarter…and harder to kill.
The Vatican has ordered Jess's brother, Father Regent Vandermire, to save the soul of a massive, bloodthirsty creature. But his prayers aren't working. And if the monster gets much bigger, the whole city will need them.
Her beloved Britt is once again in her life. But until he understands his newfound powers, he won't touch her. Because there's a good chance his love might kill her…
Jess quickly realizes she and Britt aren't powerful enough to handle the upcoming challenge alone. There's only one man who can help—evangelist Malcolm Fisk. Too bad they can't trust him . . .
Lina Gardiner, award-winning author of the Jess Vandermire, Vampire Hunter Series, has writing in her blood. Her books have been well received by such reviewers as Kirkus Reviews and USA Today's HEA blog, including a 4.5-star rating from RT Book Reviews and a nomination for a Romantic Times Reader's Choice Award. On the home front, Lina lives in New Brunswick, Canada, a hot spot for legendary ghosts, tall tales and odd happenings, which probably add to her love of a good mystery. The spooky stories her grandfather told his grandchildren in the "parlor" when their grandmother wasn't paying attention didn't hurt either…