Hello, my lovelies. Today, I’m very excited to share an excerpt from Hunter’s Hope by Alyssa Day. The second novel in her paranormal romance series, Vampire Motorcycle Club.
My thanks to the blog tour organiser InkSlinger PR for the excerpt and graphics.
What’s Hunter’s Hope about?
Hunter Evans risked his life again and again as a firefighter until the night he died saving a child…only to be reborn as a vampire. Now the man who lived his life as the quintessential “nice guy” must find a way to conquer the deadly urges that threaten to turn him feral. When his own actions put a beautiful woman in danger, he vows to protect her…even from himself.
Alice Darlington has a secret of her own: she sees ghosts. She thought she’d done a good job of keeping it under wraps—until now. A terrible threat from her past is hunting her down in order to use her power for dark purposes. Now she’s on the run and doesn’t know who to trust or where to go.
When Hunter and Alice team up to battle the dangers coming at them from all sides, they’re forced to rely on each other. But Hunter doesn’t know how long he can keep the beast inside him away from the woman it craves…
Available to preorder in ebook, print and audiobook.
Keep reading to find out more about Alyssa Day and check out the sneaky peek inside Hunter’s Hope. But first, I wanted to share the information about the Vampire Motorcycle Club series with you.
Vampire Motorcycle Club by Alyssa Day
Books in the Series
- Bane’s Choice (Vampire Motorcycle Club #1) (2020)
- Hunter’s Hope (Vampire Motorcycle Club #2) (2021)
Vampire Motorcycle Club books are available to buy in ebook, print and audiobook.
Amazon ¦ Audible
Keep reading to find out more about Alyssa Day. But first, as promised here’s an excerpt from Hunter’s Hope.
As Hunter started to step out of the elevator, an odd-looking dog raced in front of him and darted inside.
“Marigold!” a woman’s voice called. “Marigold! Stop!”
Hunter looked up to see a flurry of color as a woman rushed down the hallway toward him. Or, presumably, toward the dog.
“She’s inside. She’s not going anywhere,” he said, moving to block the entry to keep the animal in, surprised to find himself amused for the second time in ten minutes. For only the third or fourth time in the weeks since he’d died.
“She might push the button for a floor, and then where would I be? Chasing her all over the hotel all night?” The woman, a colorful whirlwind of purple silk, wild red curls, and flashing green eyes, ducked past him and bent down. “You naughty thing! Hotels are dangerous! What if somebody tried to eat you?”
“This may not be a five-star hotel, but I doubt they’ve resorted to eating dogs,” Hunter drawled.
She lifted the animal into her arms and stood, turning to face him but still looking at the animal in her arms. “Marigold is a raccoon, as you can see. And this is the South. They eat raccoons in the South, or haven’t you read Nathaniel Porter’s Field Guide to Local Fauna?”
“I…can’t say that I have,” he said slowly, because his brain cells seemed to be melting.
It was a raccoon.
In a hotel.
And the raccoon rescuer was the most beautiful woman he’d ever seen.
She was nearly as tall as he was, so maybe five-ten. She had cheekbones that could cut glass, and her smile, directed at the raccoon, was wide and lit up her face. Her eyes were the brilliant green of a spring apple, and her mass of red curls reached nearly to her waist. The purple dress she wore was a complicated thing made of scarves or loose flutters of fabric, and the entire picture gave him the impression of a forest nymph or fortune-teller.
“A raccoon,” he finally said, simply because the situation seemed to call for him to speak, but he had no idea what the hell to say.
“Yes. As I said. If you’d move out of the way?” She finally glanced up at him. Her eyes narrowed, and her glossy red lips tightened. “Oh. I should have known it would be that kind of night.”
He knew she was talking, but he couldn’t quite make out the words or the meaning, because every single molecule of his body was suddenly, painfully focused on one thing and one thing only.
The pulse beating in her throat.
Woah! Quite a tempting extract. I can’t wait to get my hands on this book and read what happens between Elsbeth and Aleron.
And now as promised, here’s Alyssa Day’s bio and social media links.
Meet Alyssa Day
Alyssa Day is a New York Times and USA Today best-selling author with more than a million books sold, including the Vampire Motorcycle Club, Warriors of Poseidon and Cardinal Witches paranormal romance series and the Tiger’s Eye Mysteries paranormal mystery series.
Throughout her seventeen-year writing career, she has won many awards for her fiction, which include Romance Writers of America’s prestigious RITA award for outstanding romance fiction, and the RT Book Reviews Reviewer’s Choice Award for Best Paranormal Romance Novel of 2012.
A former trial lawyer and frequent speaker, Alyssa is also a past president of Romance Writers of America. She also writes comedy and nonfiction as Alesia Holliday.
Thanks for stopping by and reading this blog tour post. Did you enjoy the excerpt from Hunter’s Hope? Will you be tempted to pick it up on 30th November?
Bye for now,