I'm putting the finishing touches on Code Name Jack Rabbit in preparation for release day, January 12, 2021. It's the first book of The Vampire Guard series.
It can currently be pre-ordered on Amazon and will be available in Kindle Unlimited.
Blair took a deep breath. “I don’t want to screw this up or see Bronwen get hurt. She seems nice.”
“Blair, she may not be innocent. We have no idea how well she knows the werewolf. We’re guessing what her relationship with Vaughn was simply based on how she reacted to you. When it comes down to it, we don’t know that much yet. Don’t form an opinion of her—simply get information from her.”
“She was honest with me,” Blair said softly.
“That time,” Forge reminded him. “You can’t let her get to you and give her a way to mess with your head. Remember, we don’t know that much about her,” Forge glanced over at Blair for a second before he turned his attention back to the road, taking a right onto Boggslake’s main street and stopping outside an antique store.
They wandered through the front door to a cashier’s counter with a girl sitting behind it. The girl’s eyes glowed gold, and her gaze flicked from Forge to Blair and back again. Forge snorted and leaned one elbow on the counter. “Please. Don’t be ridiculous. I need to talk to Jasper.” He held up his badge. “It’s official.”
She huffed a breath, and Forge heard her press a button under the counter. A few minutes later, Lucas’s uncle came from a door that led to the back rooms of the store. Hidden underneath the store were the Boggslake Supernatural Council’s meeting rooms.
“Detective Forge and Dr. Turner. To what do I owe this visit?” Jasper had always reminded Forge of an older version of Lucas. The similarities didn’t stop with physical features, though Jasper’s hair was an even mix of gray and brown.
Casting a glance at the girl, Forge asked, “Can we talk in private?” She raised an eyebrow and rested her chin in her hand, smirking.
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