The Night House
Bianca St. Germain works at a Night House, a place where vampires like the aristocratic Jeremiah Archer pay to feed on humans, and she doesn't much care what others think of her. The money is good, and at least there, she's safe. Bianca also doesn't care that the Night House is killing her. All she cares about is nauth, the highly addictive poison in vampire bites that brings a euphoria like no drug ever could. But when Bianca meets James, a reclusive empath who feels everything she does, for the first time, she considers a life outside of the Night House and a someone worth living for. But Jeremiah has decided to keep Bianca for himself; he won't allow her to walk away. As she allows her feelings for James to grow, she struggles to contain nauth's strong hold on her life. If they are to have a future, James must make her see what she's worth and what she means to him, before Jeremiah and nauth claim her for good.
- Paperback | 300 pages
- 137 x 213 x 20mm | 340g
- 09 Dec 2014
""It's easy to imagine becoming ensnared by the sinister, complicated vampires of "The Night House," and the glimpse Tafoya gives us into their seedy world of brothels and addictions is nothing short of intoxicating. Pun totally intended. Read it!" --Kendare Blake, author, "Anna Dressed in Blood" and "Antigoddess
About Rachel Tafoya
Rachel Tafoya attended a writing program for teens at both Susquehanna University and Denison University, and the Experimental Writing for Teens class and Novels for Young Writers program, both run by "New York Times"-bestselling author, Jonathan Maberry. She is the daughter of crime author Dennis Tafoya. She lives in Doylestown, Pennsylvania.