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Vampire's Faith (Dark Protectors Book 8) Kindle Edition
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A Bonus Scene from the Author
Can you guess who the blonde is? How about the hottie clearly chasing her down? This is a fun scene set in the Dark Protector world where Brenna Kayrs is just trying to go about her normal day. If you know the Dark Protectors, you know that a normal day often involves intrigue, excitement, and explosions. I hope you enjoy it!
The leather of the chair warmed Brenna Kayrs’ rear as sunlight streamed through high windows, showing dancing dust mites in the air. The cherry-wood paneling shone brightly, while the marble floor gleamed. The bank had remained unchanged for decades, providing a peaceful sense of security.
She crossed her legs and read over a series of trust documents. Every once in a while, not often, the Coven Nine liked to use human resources. Apparently this was one of those times.
'Why do I have to be here?' Moira, her sister, mumbled as she sprawled in the adjacent chair.
'You’re an Enforcer,' Brenna said absently, wondering where the assistant manager had disappeared to. His desk was so tidily neat that she felt an urge to move a pencil out of place. But she restrained herself. 'This is Coven Nine business, and it’s your job.'
Moira groaned, her red hair barely held back in a clip. 'My job is to kick down doors. This is boring.'
Who would’ve thought Jase would be easier to deal with than Moira at this type of meeting? Brenna sighed. 'Jase is on Realm business, and you know the Council of the Coven Nine requires protection for Council Members outside of Dublin.' Her phone buzzed, and she glanced down to see one of her Moira’s twins on the screen. 'Um, hi Liam. What’s up?'
Still in grade school, ultra-serious Liam had his daddy’s green eyes. 'Hi Auntie Brenna. Just wanted you to tell Mom not to worry.' He clicked off before she could utter a word.
Moira stiffened and took out her phone to call her mate. 'Conn? What has happened now?' She listened for several moments, sighed, and then hung up.
'What?' Brenna asked, her lips twitching.
Moira shrugged. 'Fire, explosion, more fire, and a scalded statue made of clay in art class.'
So a regular Tuesday. Fair enough. They’d be home within hours to see the imps. 'Witches throw fire, and they’re still learning, Moira,' Brenna said gently, as she was supposed to do as the favorite aunt. 'I’d definitely go easy on them. This time.'
Moira rolled her eyes. 'You are such an easy mark.'
Why yes. Yes, she was.
Brenna set the papers on her lap. 'Where in the world is Mr. Greenland?'
Moira glanced around the bank. 'Here he comes. His toupee is flapping a little.'
Frowning, Brenna turned to look over her shoulder. The human male was in his late sixties with a dark brown toupee that oddly enough matched his beard perfectly. His gray suit was disheveled, and his head did seem to be bobbing.
He moved to the side, and another person came into view behind him. A petite blonde with mythic black eyes walked behind Greenland with a gun pressed to his back, a safety deposit box secured under her other arm.
'Ah, bloody hell,' Moira snapped, leaping to her shiny black boots.
An alarm suddenly ripped through the quiet, and lights began to flash from behind the cashier counters.
Moira grabbed Brenna’s arm and tugged her from the chair. 'Stay behind me.'
The blonde glanced their way, and her eyes lit up. She waved.
Brenna waved back.
Moira snarled. 'This is bad. Where—'
A screech of motorcycle tires outside and down the road cut her off.
The blonde’s eyes widened, and she took several steps away from Mr. Greenfield, looking wildly for an escape.
'You’ll never make it,' Brenna called out, not unkindly.
Sirens echoed in the distance, but no doubt that wasn’t the problem. The blonde shoved Greenfield away and started to turn back toward the vault.
The glass front doors burst open, shattering in every direction, as a motorcycle crashed through. Full leather, including helmet, covered the muscled male body controlling the Ducati. Still driving over glass, he turned his head and caught sight of Brenna and Moira.
Moira gave him the sign to keep going. 'I’ve got Bren,' she yelled, although he probably couldn’t hear over the roar of the cycle.
Brenna waved at her cousin. It was nice to see him riding again.
He gave a short nod and turned back to the blonde, who was running full bore in the other direction.
'Guess he didn’t know she was robbing a bank today,' Brenna mused.
He caught the blonde with one arm around her waist and hoisted her behind him on the bike, executing a perfect turn around Greenfield. The smoothness was all the more impressive because he didn’t slow down in the slightest.
The blonde tucked the safety deposit box between them, grabbed his flanks, and let out a yip of pure joy as they roared out of the bank and took a sharp right.
'Crazy,' Moira said, shaking her head and smiling.
Brenna retook her seat. 'So. Whatever she stole was probably something bad. Or from somebody bad.'
Moira sat. 'Yep. I didn’t see a thing. Did you?'
No doubt the security cameras were being erased that very moment.
'Nope,' Brenna said. Family was family. 'Not a thing.'
- ASIN : B078LJZ6YF
- Publisher : Lyrical Press (June 19, 2018)
- Publication date : June 19, 2018
- Language : English
- File size : 2934 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 368 pages
- Page numbers source ISBN : 1516107497
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #23,566 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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I couldn't stand Faith. She was a b*tch and frankly made stupid decisions. She was this way all the way through the book, never wising up and realizing that she was, in fact, not an equal to Ronan or any of the other immortals. There's no point in being an arrogant human and assuming that you're a superior being when you've got evidence to the contrary literally staring you in the face. Sheesh. Faith just got on my every last nerve.
I did like Ronan, and the whole idea of the Seven is intriguing. I guess I'll continue with this series to see what happens next, though I am very discouraged after reading this book. I already have the next one on my Kindle, but for the remaining books, I will probably wait until I can buy them at a discounted rate. I get the feeling that the best entries in the series occurred with the first six stories (I highly recommend those).
Something amazing is happening again and Rebecca is throwing us into another ride where we will keep saying let’s go again!!!
The set up for at least 8 more books is established- please don’t take 8 years to publish them—- uhhh- 3-4 is ok-
Ronan.. likable.. same alpha/dom personality that most/all warriors have.
Faith... she's ok... to me, she really was the typical book smart woman with out any street smarts....hard headed, a big heart, but having too much hope.
The whole almost having sex but someone knocks... ok it got old quick.. lol ... AND.... the Kurjans had access to both Grace and Faith a couple of times.... they do not seem to be a race that inept in their war strategies.
. just adding the first book, was one of my faves of this or any other series.
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I do hope, looking forward to seeing Hope grow up. Its been very interesting read. Thank you