by Marie Johnston



Paranormal Romance



Fyra is on the run. Permanently. Pursued by fellow underworld demons—and one very angry vampire, she’s running out of options. After failing her last mission of forcing vampire, Bishop, to give the demon world the information they want, Fyra knows she’s as good as dead. Too bad she’s no good at hiding. Everywhere she goes, fires break out. Her combustible personality is more than annoying—it’s going to get her killed. Tracked by the random fires reported on the news, her enemies can easily find her—unless Bishop can find her first.

Bishop Laurent has to free himself of the bond Fyra tricked him into…and do it without exposing his own icy secrets to anyone, especially his team. But after he captures her, he sees past her fiery demeanor. Her knowledge of the underworld would be a huge asset, a perfect reason to keep their bond intact. Only Fyra overhears them and refusing to be a pawn, goes on the run again. Bishop has to find her first, and this time, he must admit his real feelings for her…at least to himself. Can he find her in time to save her life and make their bond last forever? Or will they be killed fighting Hell with fire and ice?



What’s your name?” His guttural words reflected the lust slamming through him. Damn that bond.

She batted long, sienna lashes, the effect against her yellow irises like the flicker of a flame.

Now, what have you done for me to earn my name?”

What does it matter? Do names hold power in the underworld?”

She adjusted in her seat again and her gaze flicked out the window. Ah, of course. In the tome they’d pilfered from a demon his team had fought, they needed names for many of the incantations.

I’ll have to call you something.” Bishop leaned back, the warm rays shining through the window an unusual sensation, but not a bad one. His kind and sunlight didn’t mix, but as his demon mentioned, he was in the dream world. “What about…”

Raquelle?” She tapped her chin in thought. “Monique? Cleopatra?”

If that’s what she wanted, he picked a simple name instead. “Kim.”

A choking sound left her. “Kim? That’s so…so…undemonlike. No, no. How about…Celeste, Angelica, or something stronger like Storm or Roane.”

He fought a grin at her indignant horror but failed. “You’re Kim until you tell me your real name.”



You play hardball, vampire.” She tilted her head as she studied him. Her lively gaze drifted over him, leaving licks of heat where it hovered. “I like it.”

She started for him, dropping to her knees to crawl toward him. He pressed back in his chair. Resisting his demon in a human’s body had proved almost impossible, but her real form in the dream world carried loads more power.



AUTHOR Bio and Links:

Author Pic BishopMarie Johnston lives in the upper-Midwest with her husband, four kids, an old cat, and a young dog. After trading in her lab coat for a laptop, she’s writing down all the tales she’s been making up in her head for years. An avid reader of paranormal romance, these are the stories hanging out and waiting to be told, between the demands of work, home, and the endless chauffeuring that comes with children.

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Name of series and book number in series: Book 3, New Vampire Disorder

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