TWICE CURSED, a Werewolf/Vampire Urban Fantasy Suspense by Marianne Morea

Twice Cursed debuted in Advanced Release Edition at the Anne Rice Vampire Lestat Fan Club UNDEADCON in October 2012, and is Marianne Morea's second book in the author's Cursed by Blood Saga. It is the long awaited sequel to the series starting novella, Hunter's Blood. Well received, this contemporary shifter series is set on the east coast of the U.S., taking you from the rocky coast of Maine to the heart of New York City, the NYPD and the vampire underground. Revenge and the struggle for power all play a part in this urban fantasy suspense, where Weres and Vampires are forced to work together to solve the mystery of what's tearing their veiled world apart from the inside out.

Interested? Here's a little more about Twice Cursed...
Psychic investigator, Lily Saburi is no stranger to the supernatural. Tough as nails, she's a hunter in her own right, a once self-proclaimed vigilante that has joined forces with the man she once sought to kill, and now can't live without. Sexy, Sean Leighton, Alpha of the Brethren of Weres. Their passion surpassed every obstacle set in front of them, yet in the wake of a mysterious virus threatening everyone they love, they are embroiled in an unforgiving scheme of political double dealing, hidden agendas and assassination, with Lily and Sean as primary targets. To stay together, they are forced apart. But treachery follows hard on Lily's heels when she returns home to find New York City bathed in a series of bloodbaths. Baffled, the police have no leads, so they call in their last line of defense to work the case. Lily. Thrown together with homicide detective, Ryan Martinez, dangerous sparks fly as he and Lily uncover the undead truth behind the killings. Long hidden secrets are revealed, as are truths too unbelievable to accept when Lily is kidnapped and Sean and Ryan have to work together to find her.

Both books in the Cursed by Blood Saga are available in ebook and in paperback!

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