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Cost of Blood - Bit-Lit Series #2

W. J. May

Publisher: Dark Shadow Publishing

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From USA TODAY Bestselling Fantasy/Paranormal author, W.J. May comes a new kind of vampire shifter series. Get ready to be blown away!  
 
No Vampire, or werewolf, is safe. 
 
The future is not a safe place. 
Fleeing the Archon Jeremiah’s rage and his purge of Brooklyn, the vampire Tay Maslov has sought aid from neighbouring Archon Bethania of Manhattan, decadent, nihilistic Bethania. The forever-young makes a deal with the young Feral; be her spy and all will be well. Perhaps she will even regain her place at an Archon’s unholy side. But with the Shadow War between the Shifters and the Elders heating up, Kaiden and Tay find themselves dragged into a twisting game of play and counter-play, as the different factions threaten to tear the city apart… 
Book 1 - Lost Vampire 
Book 2 - Cost of Blood 
Book 3 - Price of Blood 

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