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The Vampire's Partner

Publication Date: September 29, 2014
Also in this series: Her Vampire's Promise
Genres: Paranormal, Romance

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Central City, book 2

With Panthera Laboratories running again The Vampire Guard has no choice but to return to Central City. Pretending to be lovers Hunter and Alice are sent in to do reconnaissance. But pretending to be something they both wish was real proves harder than they expect.

All logical thought tells Alice there’s no reason to mix business with pleasure unless you’re looking for a problem. Like every other girl who notices Hunter, she fantasizes about him. But becoming a member of his haram is not one of her life goals, neither is being forced to return to a life on the street. If there’s one sure-fire way of jeopardizing her career with The Guard and losing everything she’s worked so hard to attain, it’s by sleeping with her partner. The only problem is she can’t get her heart to believe logic or reason.

What is happening to Hunter? Is he losing his touch—his vampire touch? In all his years Hunter has never encountered anyone who could resist his vampire influence. Not until Alice. She’s also the only human to ever best him in a sparring match, but that was beginners luck and had nothing to do with the fact that he couldn’t stop thinking of how he wished she would see him as more than just a partner at work. No woman has ever awakened these feelings and no woman has ever denied him. He’ll do anything to persuade her to be his partner for life, love and eternity.

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“People need to learn to be responsible for themselves and not expect someone else to take care of them.”
 “Did you hear what you just said to me?” Alice’s tone was less than approving. “As Ive demonstrated several times, I dont expect anyone to take care of me.” She leaned forward and stared straight into Hunter’s eyes. “Least of all some vampire.”
Deep within Hunter something rumbled. Just the thought of anyone doing anything, good, bad or indifferent, to Alice stoked the fires that fueled his rage. He had no claim to her other than their partnership, but hed never been a man who liked to share.
He focused on her eyes, raising the intensity of his influence and directing it at her with all his strength. He centered every ounce of his power into mesmerizing her. Relax. Listen to the beating of our hearts. Feel them move as one. He sent the commands to her in the same way hed done to thousands of women before.
Her eyes softened. She blinked a slow, dreamy blink. Her lips parted. Her shoulders relaxed.
He knew she couldnt possibly be immune to vampire powers. It just made no sense. Hed never met a woman he couldnt handle.
He leaned forward and whispered, “Thats right.”
She swayed a bit in her seat.
“Careful,” he whispered and stroked his hand over hers. “Enjoy the peacefulness.”
“I will, if you cut the crap.” Her right eyebrow shot upward and her eyes opened wide. “Youre never going to quit trying are you?” She leaned forward so they were only inches apart. “Were equals, which means you dont get to treat me like I just arrived in high school.”
Equals?Hunter smiled. “Well, all right.”
He hadnt thought of her as his equal. He hadnt thought of her as not his equal. In spite of being the senior partner when Hunter thought about Alice he thought many things, but how they measured up to each other occupationally was not one of them.
Equals. Im just as good as you.” She snickered.
He nodded, certain she was just as good as he was at many things. God knew she had better endurance than any other human and she was smart, well, she may have been smarter than him, not that he planned to admit that out loud.
“I can still kick your ass.” Of this, he was certain. She was a girl, a human girl. He might not have been half as confident if she was a vampire. 
“Doubt it.” Alice pressed her sweet lips to Hunters. “Lover.” She nipped him, pulling his bottom lip between her teeth and sucking.
Hunter groaned. His cock throbbed, and he gripped the table in an effort to keep from doing anything more. He couldnt care less about finding out who was recruiting for Panthera or anything about their newest weapon. All he wanted was to rip Alices clothes off and take her where they sat.
Shit! Hed lost complete focus.

About the Author

Jordan K. Rose

Jordan K. Rose loves vampires. But if you know anything about Jordan, you already knew that detail. What you didn’t know was it wasn’t long ago that she began writing about them. A few years back Jordan received a copy of Twilight from her husband as part of her anniversary gift. By the end of that week she’d read the entire series and moved onto Anne Rice’s Vampire Chronicles. Eight weeks and eighteen vampire books later the idea for her first book, Perpetual Light came to her followed very quickly by Eva Prim. In April of 2014 Prim & Proper, the second Eva Prim Novel released. Also available are The Demon Mistress, the first Eva Prim Novel along with four short stories. For continual updates on Eva please join the Snack Of The Week Club at www.evaprim.com. In August of 2014 Jordan released the first novella in the Romance In Central City Series, Her Vampire’s Promise. Novella two, The Vampire’s Partner follows in September and A Vampire’s Passion is the October Release. Novella four, His Vampire Past is set for a November release. Jordan is a member of the national Romance Writers of America organization and several chapters. When she’s not writing about one vampire or another Jordan enjoys spending time with her husband, Ken and their lovable Labrador, Dino on the beautiful beaches of New England.

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