Vampire Shift (Keira Hudson Series 1 Book 1) by Tim O’Rourke

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Kiera Hudson is a twenty year old police constable. She made the decision to become a cop when she was 17 years old. Her mother had went missing. Her disappearance is explained towards the end of the book.

Kiera just graduated from the police academy. Her first assignment – a volunteer assignment – is The Ragged Cove. She learns things aren’t what they seem the first night she arrives.

The police force in The Ragged Cove consists of Rom, Sergeant Murphy, Potter and Luke Bishop. Luke Bishop ends up falling for Kiera. The first night there, before actually starting her job, she rides with Luke to a scene. This is where she meets Potter, and let me assure you, there is NO love lost between these two.

The next night she is dispatched to the church where a grave was desecrated. Kiera learns the truth that night. Vampires exist. She kills one. Murphy, Luke and Potter lie to her which ensues a verbal onslaught from her. Rom walks in while she is ranting and raving and he ultimately “fires” her.

On her way out of town, she hits a patch of black ice and her car flips. Getting out, she is attacked by some vampires. Luke shows up and single handedly saves her from them. He takes her back to the inn where she was staying. He explains everything to her and he disappears the next day.

Kiera, being Kiera, knows when her secretive helper is getting ready to leave her another note. She catches him in the act this time and is surprised to learn who it is. Things quickly escalate and Kiera learns several people aren’t who they claim to be.

In the end, a huge fight breaks out. I’m not going to let you know who lives and who dies and what happens after the fight. 🙂

Free on Kindle

220 pages

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