“If it isn’t set before 1920, there better be some witches, demons, or vampires in it.” ~Vivienne Westlake
In the midst of the city, they hide. Most people never see them, but a select few know they are there. They seem normal at first. The cute guy with the exquisite tattoo sitting at the bar, the librarian with the fire in her eyes, the fashionista with the stilettos and the oversized bag running down the street. The demon, the witch, the vampire slayer.
They live among us.
And not just demons and vampires, but also faeries, angels, and ghosts. All of the old legends whispered over a campfire and told to little children to scare them into submission. Some are good, some are evil, and some are just very very bad.
Welcome to Vivienne’s world.
Here are a few works-in-progress:
A Sure-Fire Seduction – Franki Monroe is a sassy witch with no magic bent on seducing a Phoenix demon to get it. Furious at being used by another witch, Jax Reed resolves to stay away from her. But, when Franki’s new abilities get out of control, he is forced to help her. Though he initially vows to keep things business-like, he cannot fight the fire growing between them. Can he convince Franki to trust not only him, but also her own strength?
The Wicked on the Run - In a world where Celtic faeries and Greek myth collide, a banshee is ordered to kill a vampire she was once sworn to protect and cannot forget. Keeley knows there is no future for her and Connall, but she refuses to kill him and her blood oath will not allow her to let the council’s warriors kill him either. Until she can find the one who ordered his execution, Keeley has to keep Connall glued to her side. Despite his distrust for the Faeries who allowed his family to be murdered, Connall must make a truce with Keeley or never gain the revenge he seeks.
A Vampire Story –(currently untitled) Just because she’s a vampire, doesn’t mean she has to eat. Or, so Michaela thinks. She refuses to drink from live people or animals. Solomon is a hunter, a vampire who tracks and kills or captures other vampires. A chance meeting brings the two together in L.A. after a century apart. Michaela cannot deny her feelings for Solomon, despite the fact that he’s still a hunter. But, she keeps him at a distance because she’s afraid he’ll discover her “diet”. When Michaela suddenly falls ill, Solomon does anything and everything to save her. If she survives, will she finally accept him—and her own nature?