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And to Hold - Vampire Assassin League #20 - cover

And to Hold - Vampire Assassin League #20

Jackie Ivie

Publisher: Jackie Ivie

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Summary

We Kill for Profit 
 
A MYSTERIOUS MADAME 
Ruxanna is vampiric and voluptuous. And vengeful. She's making every man pay for what was done to her. It was a man who'd taken her, imprisoned her for years, and used her for his own ends in fifteenth century Romania. Men are the enemy. That's why she runs a bordello. She doesn't need to hunt them. They come to her. And they even pay for the privilege. 
 
A BOUNTY HUNTER 
Zachariah Reed is a chameleon. A skill that fits well with his chosen fields: private investigating and bounty hunting. He'll be whatever the circumstance calls for. Right now, he's got very high priced prey in his sights. A man who mutilates women and enjoys it. His target frequents brothels, and that means Zach has to follow. Regardless of where it leads and who might be waiting... 
 
BONDAGE GAMES 
As a house of ill repute, Castle Kraven isn't the busiest. It isn't the most expensive. Nor is it the most exclusive. But it is off the beaten track. Mysterious. Enigmatic. Shadowy. But Zach isn't there for pleasure or fantasy. He's got other plans. None of which include a gorgeous, mesmerizing woman, who knows exactly what he's really hunting for.

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