Ms. Hosack gives us a very good twist on vampire romance in that our vampire hero wants to protect humans and not just as a food source. I found Deadly Encounters of the Supernatural Kind to be very entertaining. This is the first story I’ve read by Ms. Hosack and I very much look forward to reading more by this fascinating author. Readers keep your eyes open for more by her.
Beauregard Channing has devoted the past four hundred years to tracking down items that, if put in the wrong hands, have the ability to cause destruction and damage to innocent lives. Though sworn to defend mortals, Beau feels removed and detached from humankind. He loses all desire for personal interaction with mortals until his next target, Bradley Hildebrand, turns out to be the one woman he cannot seem to get off his mind.
Against his better judgment, Beau attempts to charm his way into Bradley’s heart while simultaneously trying to coax her into giving him the relic he seeks before the wrong people discover its location. Bradley immediately annihilates Beau’s plan of a peaceful compromise by refusing to believe that a world of vampires and supernatural creatures could exist without her knowledge.
While he is attempting to make Bradley see reason, Beau’s worst fear comes true. A group that intends nothing but devastation to those around them discovers the location of Bradley and her artifact. After an attack that leaves her lucky to be alive, the men take off with the widely sought after historical object. Now it is up to Bradley, Beau, and
Bradley’s slightly unorthodox and eccentric best friend Camden to track down the artifact and save innocent lives from falling victim to its powers. If the three of them don’t end up killing each other, Beau just might be able to persuade Bradley to fall in love with him.