Tally has been trained since birth to be a hunter. Only, no human trained her. No, her best friend and his lover Nick and Damien, two vampires, trained her. Now Tally wants nothing to do with the human world, much less fall in love with a mere mortal. Normal is SO not her style.
That is why Tally is completely blind sighted when Carson Connors waltzes into her life. When Nick tells Tally to come with him and hurry, she knows something is up. What she didn't know was that she would loose her dad and fall in love in the same night. Tally needs to learn to trust in the worst kind of way. Did I mention that she has to fight off an army of gargoyels in the process?
CARSON'S NIGHT is quick and steamy. Like many short stories, it is more of an erotica tale than maintaining a plot. Instead of the reader getting a lot of plot and glimpses at sex, it is more the other way around. Teal Ceagh can weave a sex scene, though. The chemistry and smoking hot rating of this story is right up there with the best of them. CARSON'S NIGHT is great for fans of erotica who want a little paranormal added to the lover's tale.
It's August 1977 in New York city and the stunning new Star Wars movie is smashing all box office records.
The weird sculptor Moss Alex Meinhardt lies dead at the foot of an ugly gargoyle he's half-completed. Natalia Grey's demon hunter father is also dead and his new partner, the astonishingly sexy Carson Connors, can't remember how it happened. Carson isn't sure what role he has played in Natalia's father's death, but after one look at Natalia, he does know that guilty or not, he's doomed.
Vampire lovers, Nick and Damian, have been tracking the Stonebrood clan for nearly a century. When Damian is slashed by one of the clan and barely survives, Nick encourages Tally takes up her father's sword and her heritage as a demon hunter.
Tally learns that the gargoyles Meinhardt carved have been brought to a life they should not have without the help of dark forces she and Carson must defeat -- once the gargoyles have risen. But the night is hours away yet, giving time for Tally and Carson to explore their explosive feelings for each other.
What happened to Carson during the night Tally's father died and what will happen tonight?