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Publisher's Summary

A vampire's bite sucks, but it's also quite powerful....

When vampire venom mixes with Las Vegas Paranormal Police Chief Ian Dex, he gains access to power like he's never known. The problem is that he's becoming too powerful. That makes him a target.   

The venom is also making him grumpy, demanding, and dark. Unfortunately, Rachel Cress is finding his newfound brooding angst to be rather sexy indeed, and that only makes things worse. Chicks, man.  

But the vampire has infected more than just Ian Dex. His venom is surging through supernaturals all over the Vegas Strip.   

An army is brewing.   

To stop the spread, Ian and his crew have to find the dude responsible and take him down. With the fate of the Strip hanging in the balance, failure is not an option.   

There's something more about the venom, though, and it's making things tough on Ian. What's different? It's the mind-control type.  

Note: This book contains adult themes, adult language, tons of innuendo, and dirty jokes. You have been warned!

©2018 John P. Logsdon & Christopher P. Young (P)2018 John P. Logsdon

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