Deathless is book two in my paranormal romance series The Blue Fire Saga. It's filled with passion, humor, mystery and supernatural danger.
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Scott Prussing Publishing
After the harrowing events chronicled in Breathless, book one of the Blue Fire Saga, Leesa Nyland hopes she’s done dealing with all things supernatural. All she wants to do now is enjoy college life—and to figure out how to kiss her vampire hunter boyfriend without his magical fire burning her to a crisp. She doesn’t think that’s too much to ask.
So she’s not too happy when she begins dreaming of rotting bodies rising from their graves, and she likes it even less when the terrifying dreams begin to come true. When objects around her start moving seemingly on their own accord, she figures that’s more than enough. It’s a good thing she doesn’t know about the powerful vampire who has sworn vengeance against her…
Rave took Leesa’s hand. “So, what’s on your mind?”
Leesa hesitated. Now that she had made a big deal about her dream, she felt a little foolish talking about it. Still, she needed to learn whatever she could, and her vampire hunter boyfriend was definitely her best link to the supernatural world.
“It’s about a dream I had the other night. I dreamed some bodies dug themselves up out of the ground and walked around an old cemetery like a bunch of zombies or something.”
“So what? You were probably just remembering part of some movie or TV show you saw. I hear zombies are all the rage right now.”
“That’s what I thought at first, even though the dream seemed so real. It’s what happened the next day that has me kind of freaked out.”
Rave’s face grew serious. “What happened?”
“There was a story on the news about someone digging up bodies in a graveyard over in Haddam. Cali found a video of the place on YouTube. The bodies on the ground looked a lot like the ones from my dream.” She pointed to the statue of a Revolutionary War soldier in front of them. “One of the corpses was wearing a hat just like that one. So was one of the bodies in my dream. That can’t just be coincidence.”
Rave hesitated, unsure what to say. Leesa was having a tough time dealing with the existence of vampires. Was he going to have to tell her about the undead now, too?