A Midnight Fire Novella)
by Kaitlyn Davis
Genre: YA Paranormal Romance
**Over 200,000 Copies of The Midnight Fire Series Sold!**
Five years after the publication of Ignite (Midnight Fire Book 1), Kira, Luke and Tristan are back with a brand new adventure in this anniversary novella!
"Kira bit her bottom lip, glancing sideways at Luke…Were they prepared to make a deal with the devil?"
After saving the world from sure annihilation, life can seem a little, well, boring. Kira and Luke are in love and restoring human souls, while Tristan and Pavia are dating and helping to reintegrate those cured vamps back into society. No one is trying to kill any of them…at least, not yet. But when the opportunity to go on a high stakes, life threatening, totally dangerous mission comes up, obviously they're in. And this trip to New York? It just might be their undoing.
From bestselling author Kaitlyn Davis comes a paranormal romance perfect for fans of Twilight, The Vampire Diaries, and Buffy The Vampire Slayer.
Flinging herself sideways, Kira slammed against the ground inches from where the chandelier crashed to the floor. Glass shattered, blanketing her in a wave of sharp shards that sliced deep enough to draw blood, even through her dress.
"Are you all right, miss?" A waiter bent down.
Kira ignored him, jumping to her feet and brushing the glass from her hair, her clothes, her skin. Cuts she could deal with. Luke's disappearance she couldn't.
"Luke!" she yelled again, eyes piercing through the broken remains of the chandelier for a body caught underneath.
But just as her freak-out was reaching extreme heights, an arm slipped around her waist, yanking her into a warm chest. "Don't you ever scare me like that again," Luke murmured into her hair, kissing her brow fiercely.
Kira looked up at him. "Did we really say we missed having near-death experiences?"
"No, of course not. I thought we said we love having a totally boring life where nothing ever happens. Well, where almost nothing ever happens."
But they'd already wasted too much time. "Is the sword gone?"
"Yeah." He nodded, stepping back and giving her space. "And it's moving fast."
Kira crossed her arms, glancing down at the tattered shreds of her evening gown sadly. And then she walked to the nearest table, grabbed a steak knife, and cut the bottom of her dress off, revealing a little too much thigh but freeing her legs to run.
"Let's go," she said to Luke, who watched on, gaping.
"That was…" He trailed off.
"Hot, sexy, something from your wildest dreams?" Kira offered, teasing.
But Luke just nodded. "Uh, yeah. We might need to reenact this later."
Kira grabbed his hands, pulling him through the party, which had devolved into utter chaos. "If we survive our meeting with this invisible, katana wielding, vampire thief, I'm in."
Luke grinned. "I'll take those odds."
And then the chase was on.