Sourcebooks Casablanca / July 1, 2014 / $6.99 print / digital
Maya remembers the last moments of her life as a human with haunting clarity, and every man she meets pays the price...until Shane. Finding herself in the middle of a bloody fight between vampires and werewolves, Maya has no choice but to let the devastatingly sexy vampire guard get close to her.
Shane Quesada, a four-century-old vampire sentry, is known for his cold, unemotional precision, but once Maya begins to invade his dreams, his world is changed forever. His job to protect her is swiftly replaced by the all-consuming need to claim her as his own.
When you are an immortal creature who can live for centuries, a five year old vampire is just a baby vamp, and like many five year olds, Maya Robertson is always looking to get into trouble. In Sara Humphreys’s newest novel, Vampire Trouble, baby vamp Maya likes to play with her food. She is known for flirting and teasing the human male patrons at her bar, The Coven, but she has no desire to take it any further.
Maya was getting sick and tired of other vampires telling her what to do at every turn. It was starting to make her crazy. So what if she liked to play with human men? She fed on them and teased them a little. She took them right to the brink of sex and then denied them the one thing they wanted—but she never hurt them.
The night Maya was turned, Olivia had found her in an alley, raped, beaten and on the edge of death. Now Maya wants to be in control of the human males from whom she feeds. She takes blood from them, yes, but it is more about finally being in charge and never being a victim again.
But the memory of that fateful night still haunts her, and she fights sleep each day because of the recurring nightmares. If it was possible for a vampire to pull the covers over her head and hide from the monster in her dream, she would.
[Maybe you just need someone to protect you...]