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You Both - Vampire Assassin League

Jackie Ivie

Publisher: Jackie Ivie

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Summary

ICELANDIC VIKING SCOURGE 
Athlerod and Ethelstone are big.  Brawny.  Brutal.  Identical twins, bred during the Viking era of Iceland, they’ve always done things together.  Fighting.  Raiding.  Pillaging.  Plundering.  They were dealing death even before vampirism changed them.  Together, they are an unstoppable force.  But then, a mate shows up. 
For just one of them…       
STORY OF A LIFETIME 
Stephanie Bowker likes exposing the truth.  She’s a hardline reporter with very little conscience.  If there’s a story, and it’s edgy, she’ll get to the truth.  She excels at disclosing deepest fears.  Darkest secrets.  But then her editor gives her a story on a hidden cadre of killers.  Assassins who just happen to also be vampires?       
She’s supposed to take this seriously?  And investigate?   
FIRE AMID THE ICE 
Her phone call leads to unbelievable consequences.  She’s on her way to Iceland in a really nice private jet.  Accompanied by two identical gorgeous guys who resemble Norse gods.  All they seem to do is challenge each other.  Wrestle.  Fight… 
But then something weird happens.  Things get intense.  They’re really trying to kill each other.  
Over her.

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