The Vampire Agent
After the battle between the vampire Andre Espinoza de Madrid and the special ops, they manage to send him to a different dimension. They believe they have gotten rid of him. Captain Scott Boulder has his team lock him up due to a bite from Andre and he is scared he is losing his humanity. With the unknown special abilities and the bloodlust he worries he will hurt someone. Anthropologist Leah Maguire lost her father and brother to Andre several years ago, so when the chance came around for her to fight him, she agreed. Now the vampire has found a way to contact someone from the other dimensional space he is trapped in. He connects with Rachel Ackart who is a subject of an earlier army experiment. Not only does she age at a much slower rate, she is 96 but looks to be in her thirties. She also has very powerful mind control. But while under Andre's control she escapes her prison cell. Now Scott and Leah must find Rachel and stop Andre from returning to this dimension. The attraction between the two is getting to hot to ignore, but first they must find and contain Rachel.
This is the second of the Annals of Alchemy and Blood series. Hopefully there will be many more.
This is an action packed, fast-paced story that will grab you from the first page and not let go.
Book Blurb for The Vampire Agent
On the sultry streets of New Orleans, Captain Scott Boulder and Leah Maguire are about to begin a deadly mission. The traumatized, genetically altered subjects of a Department of Defense experiment gone wrong have escaped, among them Rachel Ackart, a beautiful, seductive, and powerful woman–who is now under the dangerous influence of Andre Espinoza de Madrid, a vampire of incomparable evil and power.
While Predator drones circle above New Orleans, and the sound of Black Hawk helicopters rends the air, Scott and Leah must fight their growing attraction to each other as they pursue their quarry amid the haunted and the damned. But Rachel is one step ahead of them. Andre’s vampire agent will soon unleash the greatest terror of all.
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