The hunted now becomes the predator.
I bit a vampire. I sank my teeth right into his flesh and drew blood, and I liked it. Now, I’m craving it as if I’m a creature of the night. I’m far from it. My family has been hunting and killing the bloodsuckers for centuries.
So it comes as a horrifying shock when my aunt catches me licking blood off a knife like its cake batter. Panicking, she calls someone who she thinks can help me. Little does she know that dangling me like a carrot to Sam Mason has consequences no one is prepared for, especially me.
I’m not ready to deal with the cocky Vampire Navy SEAL who rocked my world so hard, my brain is still recovering, and my body is still tingling.
But when I find the powerful Sam Mason and my aunt chatting like besties, my heart almost stops beating. If my uncle finds Sam on his property, he’ll burn him alive.
Little do I know it’s not my uncle I have to worry about. One of my sisters decides that I’m better off not falling for a bloodsucker. I assure her I’m not. But she knows me better than I know myself.
Now instead of killing vampires, I’m rushing to save one. I pray I can’t get there in time. Otherwise, my family will suffer a fate worse than death.
The Predator is an enemies-to-lovers, paranormal, military romance, and the second book in the new Vampire Navy SEAL spin-off series. Layla and Sam’s story is a slow burn romance with a feisty heroine, snarky banter, action, suspense, off-the-charts steamy times and ends on a cliffhanger. Layla and Sam’s story starts in The Hunted and should be listened to first.