Title: Bloody Ties (Bullets & Bloodlust #1)
Authors: Claire Marta & Abrianna Denae
Genre: Dark Paranormal Romance
Release Date: May 6, 2018
Power. Prestige. Politics.
As heir to the coven over New York, Damien Rochester is ruthless and not afraid to do whatever it takes to protect his family.
While attending a masquerade hosted by a business associate he meets a masked woman who captivates him like no other.
Spoiled. Naïve. Alone.
The daughter of a rival coven leader, Ava Carr only wants one thing—freedom.
A rare night out has her crossing paths with the sexiest man she’s ever met.
The brief encounter leaves them wanting more.
One rash decision has them meeting once again—only this time it’s not so amicable.
Finding herself deep in enemy territory Ava’s lost in a world of politics and family ties. Her hard fought freedom and sanity are on the line. She needs to decide if Damien can be trusted or if this is a battle she has to conquer alone.
Damien finds himself in a complicated situation: burdened with the girl, he’s thrown into a war he’s not all that sure he can win. Or if she’s even worth fighting for.
Together the two could be a powerful force. But, tying themselves to one another might be just as deadly as facing their enemies alone.
Due to strong language, violence, and explicit sexual interaction this book is recommended for readers 18 and up.
A native Brit, I live in Italy with my husband and daughter. When I am not writing and drinking copious amounts of tea, I enjoys taking photos of my adoptive country, trying to stay fit with running, reading amazing books and being a stay at home mother.
Abrianna Denae is a twenty-one-year-old author living in Northern California. An English major, she has always had a passion for writing. Deciding to sit down and write one of the many stories that had plagued her mind for years was the easy part—finding the time to do it was a different story. Caffeine is her best friend, and sleep is her worst enemy. A lover of books that make the reader feel something, she tries to incorporate as much of her real-world views and feelings into her stories as she can.