Have you ever wanted to date a vampire? Human women required. Must be enthusiastic about interactions with vampires. Must be willing to undergo a stringent medical exam. Must be prepared to sign a contractual agreement which would include a non-disclosure clause. Limited positions available…
York has always wanted a female of his very own. One to love and care for. One who will love him in return. More than anything he wants a family…he longs to hear the sound of children’s laughter filling his home. It is his deepest desire.
Since most vampire females are not able to birth young, a program is started to ensure the continuation of the vampire species. The vampire elite must fight, fist and fang, for a much sought after place in the program and a chance to date human women.
There are a multitude of beautiful human females in attendance. They have been handpicked to ensure that they are irresistible to vampire males. Why is it then that York wants the one female he can’t have?
When Cassidy is selected for the trial phase of the program, she is ecstatic. This is the break she’s been waiting for. Her job is to root out any vampires with bloodlust. She’s quaking in her boots because she could end up dead. This position certainly isn’t for sissies. Thing is, it’s only three days of her life. All she needs to do is to allow a few of them to drink from her and survive long enough to get paid. Then she’s home free. Besides, she quit her job in order to be here so she so doesn’t have any other options available to her. Three days…pity one times big, badass vampire is determined to get in the way of her plans.
This is a standalone novel. No cliffhanger!
The story contains strong sexual themes/language and is not intended for readers under the age of 18.
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By Sammie Jo on July 27, 2017
I love this book. York is a big sexy, macho vampire with a super sweet side, only for Cass tho. I would absolutely recommend this book to my friends.
A Mate for York
By Becky on April 22, 2017
I usually don’t read vampire novels, unless they are written by Lindsay Sands, however, I made an exception with this one and I am glad I did. The love story and main characters are great and for the icing on the cake, the comedy in this book is subtle but hilarious.
What tempted me to try this book is Ms. Hartnady’s Dragon Shifter stories and I am happy I did so. So far it
seems, I really love all her books. This author a a great story teller. Keep those books coming please!