A Bloody Good Cruise

... on Indie Book Discovery

by Diana Rubino

A Bloody Good Cruise

Romance writer Mona Rossi's book sales are slipping. She needs new ideas and fast! Her vampire love, Fausto Silvius is a doctor aboard the Romanza, a luxury cruise ship. Holding a "Motion on the Ocean" writer's cruise sounds like a great idea. What better way to combine a career boost with romance?

But they soon discover hunters on board who give chase to Fausto and his fellow vampires. While he longs to bring Mona into his world, how can he convince her to join him with fringe lunatics on the hunt? In the prime of her life she's not sticking her neck out for a shot at eternity.

Other Book Information

Genres: Adventure, Chick Lit, Paranormal, Romance

Google Category: Media > Books > Fiction > Romance Novels

Pages: 312

ASIN: B00ILXYAI6

ISBN(10): 1628303166

ISBN(13): 9781628303162

Sales Rank: 3237816

Available now!

Reviews »

Reviews

No reviews in region: UK

No reviews in region: CA

No reviews in region: DE

No reviews in region: JP

No reviews in region: IT

No reviews in region: ES

Other books by this author:

Bootleg Broadway (The New York Saga)

As Prohibition rages, gifted musician Billy McGlory gets involved with gangsters while trying to save his wife from drug addiction and keep his family out of danger.


'Dark Brew' by Diana Rubino

Dark Brew

Accused of her husband’s murder, druid Kylah McKinley travels back in time to her past life to seek justice for the true killer.


'From Here to Fourteenth Street' by Diana Rubino

From Here to Fourteenth Street

In 1894 on Manhattan’s Lower East Side, an Italian sweatshop worker falls in love with an Irish cop whose cousin was murdered as her father and brother languish in jail, charged with the crime.


'The End of Camelot' by Diana Rubino

The End of Camelot

On the same day President Kennedy is killed, young widow Vikki Ward goes on a dangerous quest to find out who murdered her husband and finds love along the way.


The Jewels of Warwick: Henry VIII's reign as seen through the eyes, ears and emotions of remarkable women.

Henry VIII's reign as seen through the eyes, ears and emotions of remarkable women


?