Saints, Gospels, and Vampires? - When Fact and Fiction meet. #Post-apocolyptic #vampire #romance
Lindisfarne is a small island off the coast of Northumberland in North East England. Every high tide covers the causeway, cutting it off. Life there fascinates me, just as it did Saint Aidan in 635AD when king Oswald of Northumbria granted him the island to build a monastery.
Sixty-five years later, the monks started work on the Lindisfarne Gospels. Hand written and lavishly illustrated, they now reside in the British museum.
Life took a turn for the worse when in 793AD the Vikings invaded. For over a hundred years, they plundered the island of goods. Peaceful men of God, the monks were easy pickings. Those that survived the raids were captured and sold as slaves.
Unsurprisingly, the monks left in 995 AD.
All the above is true, but I have a couple of what if questions. When the monks moved out, was that when the vampires moved in?
And what if the vampires built the imposing castle?
Find out more in my naughty postapocalyptic romance, Claimed as Theirs.
As a breeder--one of the few fertile women left in a ruined, plague-ravaged world--Cassie would fetch a handsome price at auction, and selling her to the highest bidder was exactly what her captors had in mind... until two fearsome beasts decided to take her for themselves. Eli and Dane have chosen Cassie for their mate, and when she makes a foolish attempt at escape she quickly ends up tearfully promising obedience as her bare bottom is soundly and shamefully punished. Her body's response to their stern dominance cannot be denied, however, and it isn't long before she is screaming out her intense, helpless pleasure as she is roughly and thoroughly claimed. But will Eli and Dane's pack accept a human girl or will Cassie be an outsider forever?
Publisher's Note:Taken as Theirs includes spankings and sexual scenes. If such material offends you, please don't buy this book.