King of the Asheville Coven is a short story that can be read as a stand alone or as a spinoff to her Harper’s Mountains series.
5 of 5 Stars
Aric Teague is the king of the local coven, and trying to do a better job than the last leader. Add to that a new job at the Winterset Fire Department, and the last thing he needs is to complicate his life further. But when he lays eyes on a fiercely beautiful Sadey, all bets are off the table. She’s an unregistered shifter, and his coven is bound to be furious, but he wants to know more about the sassy beauty with all the secrets.
Sadey Lowen is a rare shifter in hiding. All she wants is to keep her life simple, but an accident puts her right in the path of a handsome firefighter with terrifying eyes and fangs to match. Every instinct is screaming for her to run, but the King of the Asheville Coven is slowly working his way into her mind, and her heart.
Content Warning: Explicit love scenes, naughty language, and piles of sexy vampire and shifter secrets. Intended for mature audiences.
My Official Goodreads Review: This was a surprise to find! Naturally, I had it downloading the minute I had received the email from TS. This short story is from the point of view of a vampire. First off, I like vampires, I like all types of supernatural and fantasy characters/creatures. That’s just my personality. After the first few books in Harper’s Mountains, I was curious for more information from the coven that was there. This short story delivered another enchanting tale from the mind of TS. And of course, it wouldn’t be a TS book without shifters. My only problem was that the story wasn’t as long as her others, but it was a short story after all. Don’t mind me, I’ll be sitting on the edge of my seat till next month when her next book comes out.
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