Series: The Vampire Covenant Series
Author: Betty Shreffler
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Release Date: October 13, 2017
If you like paranormal romance books with hot vampires, powerful witches and sexy werewolves in them, then get a taste of my Vampire Covenant Series. This series is steamy, action packed, full of twists, with hot alphas and a kick@ss heroine.
In the Covenant Series you meet Kayci Pierce, who struggles with choices between love, loyalty, secrecy, betrayal, the life she’s always known and the life she was born for.
In book two of the Covenant Series, Kayci is pushed into a darker side of herself and is torn between two men. A soldier vampire named, Adrian or an alpha werewolf named, Cass.
In book three, Kayci must make her choice between them.
She’s the leader of the Vampire Covenant. Untouchable. Already claimed by another.
Cass is an alpha who wants more than she can give. He wants her…to be his.
Her excruciating attraction to him could cost her everything. One man will fight to keep her love while the other will do whatever it takes to win it.
Betty Shreffler is a self-proclaimed nerd and nature enthusiast obsessed with folklore, photography, writing, reading, movies, board games, hiking, gardening and spending time with her husband and five fur babies. Not necessarily in that exact order though. During her outdoor adventures she’s been face to face with an alligator, a bear and a coyote, making for some of the most memorable experiences of her life. She loves to capture and share the world’s beauty through the lens of her beloved Nikon camera. Her work experience has been diverse from working as a Ranger for the National Park Service to management positions in Fortune 500 companies. She’s lived in four different states and moved homes twelve times. She received a BA in organizational management and minor in sociology, although her heart has always belonged to writing and photography. Growing up, she read romance or supernatural novels and jotted down poems and short stories to express her emotions and alleviate the characters’ voices in her head. Not much has changed, only now her stories are lengthier and her characters more interesting.