“The Valentine’s Card” from My Vampire Boyfriend Anthology

Happy Valentine’s Day, my book loving friends! Today I share with you an excerpt from the short story The Valentine’s Card which features inside the Redcliffe short story anthology, My Vampire Boyfriend. You can download the book today for just 99p! Consider it my Valentine’s Day gift to you…

My Vampire Boyfriend A Redcliffe Short Story Anthology

Excerpt from The Valentine’s Card short story:

The card was white with a vase of pink roses printed on the front, glittered for effect. It didn’t feel like something Jack would send. It looked garish and dated. I opened it up, feeling a strange sense of dread. There was a message inside, printed by hand in blue Biro. It read, “Happy Valentine’s Day Jessica. See you tonight, my little witch.

I gasped. There was only one person who had called me ‘little witch,’ and she was dead. I destroyed her myself several months ago. I felt sick, picked up my phone, and called Jack.

#TheRedcliffeNovels 2018 series

This anthology contains adult themes, and scenes of a sexual nature. The short stories offer a glimpse into the sexual adventures of a fledgling witch, her vampire and werewolf, and their friends in various situations.

Available at Amazon US; Amazon UK; Books2Read

My Vampire Boyfriend

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1 Response to “The Valentine’s Card” from My Vampire Boyfriend Anthology

  1. anaelleamaya says:

    Thank you so much 🌺 Happy Valentine’s Day for you also!

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