Title: Vampires Don’t Babysit
Series: Vampire Mythicals Book 1
Author: Candice Gilmer
Genre: Dark Romance, Fantasy and Paranormal, Paranormal Romance, Romance, Shifter
Cover Artist: Flirtation Designs
Surviving should have been enough. It wasn’t.
Jake Reynolds and his fellow vampires survived the slaughter of their master, Melios, at the hands of the Immortal Knights Templar.
Call it luck. Call it fate. Call it whatever the hell you want.
Jake just knows that he should have been dead—another pile of sooty ash on the ground. Now he must find his place in the mythical world—vampires aren’t all that’s out there.
Even his doctor is a super-hot werewolf. He’s not even sure if he should find her sexy, but he does. And he wants to see if wolves and vamps are compatible.
In all the ways.
But the world’s a chaotic mess, and he’s been tasked to help fix it. Penance for previous crimes. They do what they’re told, and go where they have to, learning to live without being monsters among men. And kick ass, occasionally, in the name of Jackstone Foundation.
But when The Kid—Melios’s pet—needs help, Jake will not leave her out in the cold. She fed him too many times on the sly to leave her hanging now.
Mythicals are coming for her. And it’s up to Jake to keep her safe.
But what can one lone vampire do against an army and an ancient bloodline?
About the Author:
USA Today and NY Times bestselling author Candice Gilmer leads a dangerous double life as a mommy and a writer.
In between boo-boo healing and fixing broken toys, she writes stories usually to the tune of children’s television shows.
Her books range from vampires and werewolves to mermaids and fairies to contemporary and fairy tale romances–a huge variety, just like her broad, geek-girl heart.
She adores Star Wars, Star Trek, Marvel, and DC, (you CAN love them all), and her hero will always be Captain America.
Growing up in the Midwest, Candice stays close to her family, especially the ones with basements when the tornadoes come around.
All in all, she stays very busy, but really, she wouldn’t have it any other way.
Well, maybe a little less children’s television.
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