An Inside Peek: Vampires Run Amok! Love Runs Amok! By Susan Hanniford Crowley

I’ve been pushing to finish my second book in the Arnhem Knights of New York series, which is about Vampire King Maximillion’s daughter Noblesse.  In Vampire King of New York,  the first book, you meet Noblesse as her father’s assistant in business and also his bodyguard as an Arnhem Knight. Noblesse is all business in her pencil skirts, formal jackets and dark hair up in a French bun.

In this book, you see a different side of Noblesse. She has two heartaches in her life.  Her mother disappeared just prior to the French Revolution, and Noblesse went to Paris to find her. When Noblesse died as a human during the Storming of the Bastille, the mystery of her mother’s disappearance continued to haunt her. The other heartache has to do with never falling in love.

Max was there on that day in Paris and thinking her to be the noblest of creations made Noblesse a vampire and his daughter.

With a part of her still lost, she is now has a chance for love! Two men claim to be her lifemate. Both are lying, one wanting to save her and the other to destroy her. But which is which?

I don’t usually write about a book in progress, but people have been asking. I decided to give everyone a little sneak peek as I continue toward the finish.  The Vampire King of New York is available at Amazon in Kindle and print, Barnes and Noble Nook and print, and Kobo.

All the best and hugs.  I’m off to my writing cave.

Susan Hanniford Crowley
Where love burns eternal and whispers in the dark!


About Susan Hanniford Crowley

Paranormal Romance, Fantasy, and Science Fiction Author
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