PAY THE FERRYMAN by Tracy Cooper-Posey

The Stonebrood Saga. Book 3.1

Vampire Paranormal Urban Fantasy Romance Novella

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This a well crafted backstory that will suck you right in.

Be forewarned it will make you want to get the series, it’s that good.

I was lucky enough to get to read this from a hidden nugget and couldn’t put it down.

Such a great story! It fills in some of the background that you always wonder about when reading the Stonebrood Saga books.

I loved reading about Nick and Damien’s first meeting!

By reader demand, the story of how Nick and Damien met.

Three years after the events of Sabrina’s Clan, Nicholas Sherwood’s friends and loved ones gather for Christmas in the Scottish Highlands.  Sabrina and Riley meet a stranger identical to Damien, forcing Nick to examine his past.

Don’t miss out on this short bonus story, part of the paranormal romance thriller Stonebrood Saga series reviewers call edgy, vividly captivating, delightfully wicked and erotic.

Reader Advisory:  This story features two super hot alpha vampire heroes and MM sexual play.  Do not read this book if frank sexual language and sex scenes offend you.  No vampires or demon hunters came to harm in the making of this book.  Gargoyles have been added to the official hunt list, however…

This story is part of The Stonebrood Saga:
1.0:  Carson’s Night
2.0:  Beauty’s Beasts
2.1:  Harvest of Holidays*
2.2:  Unbearable*
3.0:  Sabrina’s Clan
3.1:  Pay the Ferryman*
3.5:  Hearts of Stone (Series Boxed Set)

*A Stony Stories tale:  Short stories featuring the characters and situations from the Stonebrood Saga

A vampire gargoyle urban fantasy romance story.

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