Guest post: Manuel Martinez of The Foxworth Coven on the vampire Council
Please help us welcome The Foxworth Coven author Kayden McLeod and one of our favorite characters from Death of Innocence, Manuel Martinez, to GraveTells today!
If you haven't read the Foxworth Coven paranormal erotica series, you can see what GT thought about the first book, Death of Innocence, here. Now lets lend a little moral support to Manuel, one of the oldest vampires in the world, as he struggles with his computer in an effort to write this post, under the guidance of Foxworth Coven leader Canya...
December 1, 2011
Review: Death of Innocence (The Foxworth Coven #1) by Kayden McLeod
Wrongly spurned and turned out into the streets by her family, Canya is taken in by Gregory, heir to a successful shipping business and a respected gentleman around town. Death of Innocence is the saga of Canya and Gregory's journey from that first fateful meeting to their ascention to the leadership of the Foxworth Coven. This story is filled with love, drama, angst, despair, and violence, and no one is spared the wrath of the antagonist.
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