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Book Tour & Giveaway (US/Int): Eternal Sin (Mark of the Vampire #6) by Laura Wright

Book Tour & Giveaway (US/Int): Eternal Sin (Mark of the Vampire #6) by Laura Wright

by davincikittieNovember 7, 2013

Eternal Sin (Mark of the Vampire 6) by Laura WrightLove and Vengeance…

The violent attack left Synjon destroyed and his lover dead—at the will of the evil vampire Cruen. Syn’s passionate savior was Petra. When she became pregnant with his child, it should have been a blessing—until Syn vanished after discovering the truth: Petra was the daughter of the man he despised above all others. The daughter of Cruen.

When Petra’s health begins to decline, she contacts Syn to help save their baby. Though reluctant to see Petra, he cannot turn his back on his own innocent child. But night after night, as his feelings for Petra are rekindled, Syn becomes increasingly torn.

Although everyone assumes that Cruen is dead, Syn is not convinced—and is still hell-bent on finding and destroying him once and for all. But will his thirst for vengeance keep him from seeing what is really worth living for before it is too late?

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About the series

Eternal Hunger (Mark of the Vampire #1) by Laura Wright Eternal Kiss (Mark of the Vampire #2) by Laura Wright Eternal Blood (Mark of the Vampire #2.5) by Laura Wright Eternal Captive (Mark of the Vampire #3) by Laura Wright
Mark of the Vampire #1 Eternal Kiss #2 Eternal Blood #2.5 Eternal Captive #3
Eternal Beast (Mark of the Vampire #4) by Laura Wright Eternal Beauty (Mark of the Vampire #4.5) by Laura Wright Eternal Demon (Mark of the Vampire #5) by Laura Wright
Eternal Beast #4 Eternal Beauty #4.5 Eternal Demon #5

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“Your hesitation is foolish and a waste of time,” he said. “The balas clearly wishes to feed.”

“Don’t speak of my child.” She inhaled deeply, trying to control her hunger and a new wave of melancholy. “If it actually happens, this transaction of blood is between you and me. But first I want to know what it is you want.”

His brows lifted.

She sneered at him. “You don’t work in empathy, Mr. Wise, or understanding or kindness, remember? So what is it you want?”

His nostrils flared as he pulled in a deep breath. “When the sun goes down . . .”

“I let you leave?” she finished for him.

His eyes filled with amusement and he laughed softly. “Even with that glorious new strength you possess, you won’t be able to stop me in the dark. But looking the other way, calling off the cats if they pose a problem.” He shrugged. “That I will take.”

She stared at him, this paven before her. Someday her balas would ask about his father, and she would be forced to remember that Synjon Wise hadn’t always been a heartless, emotionless shell. That in fact he’d been generous and funny and irreverent and sexy as hell once upon a time. For the good of her balas, she would remember how close she’d felt to him the night they’d conceived. How he’d asked her to come with him, promised to teach her, show her the world of the Eternal Breed.

And for the good of the balas, she would leave out the fact that he’d wanted to kill not only Cruen but perhaps even Petra herself.

“Shall I make it easy on you, love?” Syn said, cutting into her thoughts with the rusty blade of reality. “On the both of us?” He brought his wrist to his lips, and with his eyes pinned to her, bit down. “After all, I have guests coming at midnight.”
The scent hit her like a tree branch to the face. Knocking her unconscious, sending her to heaven. She could almost taste it on her tongue, luscious, sweet like nectar. And she was so thirsty.
She stared at his wrist. Thick, strong, and oozing that wondrous, yet toxic, blood. This would satiate her, calm her, feed her.

This would save her balas.

Never in her life had she wanted something as much as she wanted what flowed in slow, mouthwatering twin lines down his wrist.

She reached out, snatched his arm, and pulled it close. Fool or forager, she couldn’t help herself. Her gaze narrowed on his forearm as her fangs dropped lower. Gods, she remembered how it felt to be bitten, to be drunk from. Sweet pain and intense pleasure. She didn’t want to feel that again with him. She wanted no connection to this male who cared nothing for her and her child.

But unlike the paven himself, his blood was impossible to resist.

About the author

Author of the Bestselling Mark of the Vampire series, Laura Wright spent the early years of her life immersed in the worlds of singing, acting and competitive ballroom dancing. But when she started writing, she knew she’d found her true calling. Laura lives in Los Angeles, California with her husband, two children, three dogs, two frogs and two fish. She’s been thrice nominated for a Romantic Times Reviewer’s Choice Award, and loves hearing from her readers.

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