(The Cities Below, #2)
Published by: Lyrical Press
Publication date: January 31st 2017
Genres: Paranormal, Romance
The streets are a battleground for humans, vampires, and demons alike—where survival is a skill, love is a weapon, and the most dangerous act is to care for another . . .
Keir is an assassin devoted to Lady Arianne, the last of her royal bloodline. He is sworn to protect her, and that means eliminating any threat to her life. But while on a mission, he is set upon by a pack of demons, barely escaping with his life.
Cleopatra lives by a set of rules so rigid she no longer knows her true self. But her kind and loving nature resurfaces when she finds a man, bloodied and dying. Moved to help him, she risks her future and her life to save a stranger far below her aristocratic station.
Their attraction to each other is as powerful as it is forbidden. But even as their love grows, Keir keeps his true identity a secret—and this lie is not the only threat to their love . . . or their lives.
Jen Colly is the rare case of an author who rebelled against reading assignments throughout her school years. Now she prefers reading books in a series, which has led her to writing her first paranormal romance series: The Cities Below. She will write about anything that catches her fancy, though truth be told, her weaknesses are pirates and vampires. She lives in Ohio with her supportive husband, two kids, one big fluffy dog, and four rescued cats.
Sounds like a great read!
Hi Erin! What a lovely website you have. Thank you for joining in on the cover reveal for Bound!
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Thanks, Jen–you’re welcome on my site anytime. Best of luck with Bound–it sounds wonderful!
I’m still wondering how many more vampire books will enter the world this decade. I keep thinking the theme would shift to something else, but so far that hasn’t happened. Well, here’s to another vampire on the shelf. I hope it’s well received. Congrats to Jen.
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Vampires are certainly hanging around… Amazing how they have clung to our collective imaginations!
Thank you! I’d wondered the same thing when I submitted, but apparently the concept of underground vampire cities was different enough for them to give me a chance. Fingers crossed. 🙂