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Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Cover Reveal! Unforgiven by Cat Miller


Release date: May 27, 2014
Genres: Paranormal, Fantasy, Romance


BOOK ONE


Girl gone wild…


College is supposed to be a time of discovery, but Danielle Vaughn never imaged it would be like this: heightened senses, supernatural powers, and a sudden craving for human blood. Dani is a demi-vamp, the daughter of a human psychic and a vampire noble, a living secret kept hidden for twenty-one years.

As Dani’s heritage manifests itself, her thirst for blood is matched only by her hunger for Chase Diedrick. But as the son of the Vampire Council’s most powerful ruling family, Chase is already promised to another. Dani saw Council politics destroy her mother’s life; she won’t let the same thing happen to her. Besides, there’s no shortage of men who are eager to satisfy her every need, including the alluring vampire Kayden.

Unfortunately, Dani also has no shortage of enemies. Her heightened powers of telepathy and telekinesis attract the attention of a rogue vamp who preys on gifted vampires, absorbing their skills along with their lifeblood. Now, Dani must seek the Council’s help to quickly master her new vampire life…or risk losing it.




I was born and raised in Baltimore, Maryland where I still live today. I have two daughters, a great man, and a dog who keep me busy when I'm not working full-time as a Certified Medical Coder or writing. I've always been an avid reader who loves all genre of romantic fiction from historical to contemporary to paranormal. I’m addicted to audiobooks and cafĂ© mocha. I don't watch television with the exception of football. It's not a conscious decision, it just never occurs to me to turn it on when I have books to read and writing to do. It can actually be a hazard, because I never know what the weather will be until I look outside and I have to rely on my kids and coworkers for news. I became a writer when eldest daughter dared me to prove that you can do anything if you’re willing to work hard enough. She knew I wanted to write a novel and I didn’t believe I had the talent to get the job done. Now I love creating the characters we love and the characters we love to hate.




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