You’re always with me

Mel and Jonathan Porter have the ideal life.

A large house in a fashionable part of London famous for rock stars and A-list actors. Good jobs, in banking and advertising. And now, a new baby, Oscar, to complete their family.

But Oscar doesn’t sleep. Mel’s mind begins to unravel under the stress of broken nights. Jonathan retreats into the spare room, and his job.

Mel’s mental state worsens and, rattling with sleeping pills and antidepressants, she descends into a nightmare world of fuzzy days and pitch-dark nights. Until one night, everything changes.

'OMG! I couldn't put this book down. I read it in one nail-biting sitting.'
Amelia Scott
5/5

Blood Loss

Caroline Murray thinks vampires are the stuff of fantasy. A successful lawyer, engaged to a brilliant, if erratic, scientist, she has no idea of the horror about to engulf her. Ariane Van Helsing knows all about vampires. Her family have been fighting the lamia, as they call them, for centuries. She tries to convince Caroline of the danger facing her and her fiancé. She fails. At first. In a series of journal entries, texts, emails, blog posts and "Hunt Books", we learn how Caroline discovers the truth about vampires. Their leader in the UK, Peta Velds. And what she has to sacrifice to defeat them.

'If you're like me and enjoy a good solid vampire story, give this one a go.'
K Jones
5/5
About andy maslen

Andy Maslen writes thrillers. Action, crime, psychological, horror. You’ll find all  his ebooks, paperbacks and audiobooks on Amazon.

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