Meet Elandra Wells, vampire and biochemical engineer.
When Elandra receives an invite from the High Council of Supernaturals to train for a coveted spot within The Keepers of Knowledge faction, she jumps at the chance. After all, the secret program might help the doctor, who hates being a vampire, find the last ingredient to craft a special serum to eradicate her condition. But finding Vlad Dracul’s ring isn’t a simple endeavor. Locating it isn’t the problem. Snatching it while a council member questions her every move makes the task too difficult.
Another obstacle? The sexiest, panty-dropping vampire she’s ever met. Camdyn Pryce. And he doesn’t trust Elandra.
What makes matters worse? Elandra struggles with her desire for Camdyn. Whenever they’re alone, she can barely control herself around him. He seems to be losing the same battle with the lovely doctor as well.
When Camdyn lets down his walls and tells her how he feels, she’s faced with a dilemma—be the doctor who develops a cure for her condition or follow her heart.
Will regaining her humanity be more important than finding love?
After all, every secret needs a Keeper.
SF Benson loves putting a spin on a story. She primarily writes romantic fantasy with unusual characters in unexpected circumstances. SF’s books feature diverse and strong characters who have to work hard to get to their happily ever after. Sometimes the playing field is fraught with supernaturals. Other times it might be a pervasive magic. No matter how you look at it, her characters know how to meet the challenge and get what they desire—love!
Published since 2016, SF has released sixteen books in five different series and has appeared in four anthologies! Under Nadirah Foxx, she’s written six books on the darker, steamier side of life.
Curious about what all SF Benson and her alter ego, Nadirah Foxx, might be up to? Check them out at https://www.authorsfbenson.com/.
The best thing that came out of the pandemic? No, I’m not talking about the vaccine. I’m talking about Crimson Cure! I managed to pen a book that, I’ll admit, in the early stages didn’t sing with me. I struggled with focusing, and more than once I wanted to stop. What helped? I was writing in a world created by another author. I’d made a promise to finish the book, and I didn’t want to turn in a piece of schlock. So I worked hard, and created a vampire romance I’m proud of!
The Crimson Cure
The attractive vampire soon became a major distraction—one I couldn’t afford to have—and I found it hard to focus on the words he said. I had a song stuck in my head, and every step Camdyn took I thought of his hips working me to the beat. Oh, hell. It didn’t help that my eyes kept drifting over his muscular body. Soon, I imagined all he could do with his large hands.