Wednesday, 19 December 2012
The year is 2099, and New York City, now renamed Verona, has been turned upside down. Three sides have risen up and two of them are immortals. The vampires are led by the House of Capulet, and Juliet's father is the head honcho. The werewolves are led by Lord Montague of the House of Montague, Romeo's father. Lastly, there are warlocks and witches who roam the city, using magic as a last resort to protect their mortality.
The two star-crossed lovers from opposing families find one another and fall hopelessly in love. Romeo and Juliet find a magnificent love that goes completely against all the odds of such a great union ever happening. Their love overflows to the point that they decide they must take the ultimate risk and reveal their love to all.
How will the houses react when they find out that a prominent member of their family is in love with their sworn immortal enemy? To complicate matters, blood has been spilled. Will Romeo and Juliet's love find a way? In the end, love makes its way to the very last word. Love will always find a way. Always...
**Acclaim for the novels of H.T. Night**
“H.T. Night is a riveting storyteller, capturing the essence of the vampire genre.”
—April M. Reign, author of I.O.U. and Dividing Destiny
“The Werewolf Whisperer is a wonderful story that incorporates friendship and love with a lot of great vampire action.”
—Summer Lee, author of Angel Heart
“A hip and timely vampire novel filled with real characters and some of the coolest vampires since The Lost Boys! You're going to love Night's completely original take on the supernatural.”
—J.R. Rain, author of Moon Dance and The Body Departed
“Bad Blood is fast, hilarious and sexy. Rain, Nicholson and Night just might have created the coolest vampire since Kiefer Sutherland. The Mount Shasta setting is dreamy. The cult is deliciously creepy. And Spider is as sexy as they come. I was pressing the ereader's 'forward' button so fast that I broke it. Let's hope we hear more from Spider."
—H.P. Mallory, bestselling author of Fire Burn and Cauldron Bubble and To Kill A Warlock
All that changed after a chance encounter in a Canberra nightclub. Afterward, I began to dream; dream I was something else. A powerful creature of muscles and claws, something powerful and confident and everything I wasn't.
I dreamed I was in love with a man I'd barely met.
The dream world is a beautiful, wondrous place, but there's a shadow in my dreams. An eclipse, broken with a gunshot. Then I wake up.
Now my dreams are coming true. My body is changing for real. I'm shedding Libby the Loser like an old skin. I'm growing into something else.
But there are others. Others like me, and they don't get along. People are disappearing. People are dying.
The shadow is falling over the real world, too, and everything has changed.
"The characters come alive and I could clearly picture each one (Tom looked like Joseph Fiennes!). I've recommended this to all my friends as it's compulsive reading." - Paula
Do ghosts fall in love? Jemma Haley is about to find out.... Love In The Wrong Dimension is a modern romantic ghost story.
Jemma is a trendy young woman enjoying her twenties and partying hard in London's fashionable Camden Town.
One hung-over morning, she makes a pact with her best friend Alice, setting off a train of events that will ultimately lead to her destiny.
After an untimely accident she wakes and realises her life has changed for ever - she is a ghost...
Terrified, she goes to find Alice in the hope that, using her psychic abilities, her friend can tell her what to do next. Instead of making contact with Alice though, Jemma meets Tom, an attractive but elusive ghost, who tells her that she's trapped in a dimension for ghosts who weren't meant to die.
She vows to find a way out, but is torn when she develops feelings for Tom, whose own reasons for being there are darker than she could ever have imagined.
The story is moving, mysterious and romantic and will keep you guessing until the last page.
Might eternal love be possible after all?
At fifteen Liza Glass has just had her Operation to become a Third Generation, she now looks like every girl her age, only told apart by the implant on her arm. Not only is she trying to deal with her new appearance but then there are other things for her to cope with too.
Her Grandma resents her.
She is stuck in a new class and has become the latest victim of Mia and her gang of bullies.
Her best friend Arla is still a Second Generation.
Then there’s the boy from the rain who she can’t stop thinking about.
As her Grandma’s behavior becomes odder and Mia’s actions becomes more sinister things soon worsen for Liza; dangerously so.
Lisa Kaamp operates a small childcare business out of her home in Nogeksum, Michigan. Highly respected and known for going the extra mile for her daycare kids, she thinks she's handled every daycare emergency possible. But nothing prepares her for the horror she now faces.
Lisa finds herself bound and gagged, four strange men in her home, and the daycare children held hostage in the next room. Terrorized by her captors as the authorities work to meet the ransom deadline, she tries negotiating with the men for the release of the children, but soon realizes they have no intention of letting anyone go.
With the deadline approaching, Lisa must do the unimaginable to protect the children and get everyone out alive.