Rapture at Midnight by Isobelle Cate
(The Cynn Cruors Bloodline Series Book 1)
A war between two supernatural races. A beautiful computer genius in grave danger. A seductive, passionate immortal is her only hope of survival…
Finn Qualtrough is an alluring Cynn Cruor sniper — a member of an order of immortal human/werewolf/vampire warriors bred by an ancient alchemist who used old age magick to guard the human race from evil supernatural beings.
Eirene Spence is an insomniac hacker with a reckless penchant for midnight walks in a moonlit Manchester park.
And together… they’re a bonfire of passion!
In the midst of a long night of programming impenetrable firewalls for Dac Valerian, one of her more treacherous anonymous criminal clients, Eirene decides to take a stroll in the park under the full moon … and is assaulted by a gang of supernatural villains known as the Scatha Cruors, the nemesis of the Cynn Cruors, who find pleasure in rape, pillage, plunder, and murder. Eirene fights off her torturers but can’t quite escape them, and just when she fears she’s about to die, she’s rescued by Finn — a handsome, provocative stranger… whose touch ignites a hunger inside her that only he can satisfy.
By a twist of fate, Finn has been assigned to track down Dac Valerian. Only Eirene and her ingenious programming capabilities can help him. As the two work together, an undeniable attraction grows — Eirene awakens a desire within Finn to claim her as his own. She is the very essence of his immortal life. He is her soul. But, after uncovering her true identity, Dac wants Eirene dead. Now Finn must fulfill his mission while keeping the woman he’s fallen in love with alive.
Readers who like steamy romance will love this extremely hot erotic adventure, as will anyone who loves paranormal romance, werewolves, vampires, and ancient magick in the otherworldly Scottish countryside.
***CONTENT WARNING: This story contains adult language and sexual situations and intended for audiences 18+ ONLY***
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