|"The eternal quest of a human being is to shatter his loneliness." -- Norman Cousins|
Samuel King is an Amish private detective who has lived amongst the English in Independence, Missouri, for sixteen years. When he is hired to find a missing accountant, Morton Clark, Samuel's self-enforced solitary lifestyle is completely disrupted -- the case unexpectedly leads him to the very sexy, very flawed Alistair Simms. Samuel is overwhelmed by his attraction to Alistair, and resisting the vampire is no simple task. Even for a chaste man.
Alistair, a 154-year-old vampire and recluse with familial ties to the kidnapped Morton, has spent his undead years caring for each generation of his brother's children. To compound his guilt over the abduction of his great-nephew, Alistair is passionately drawn to Samuel. The detective's innocence, purity, and physical perfection stir emotions in him he didn't believe he was still capable of feeling. Being immortal was easier when he didn't care.
For two men who have spent lifetimes avoiding relationships and entanglements, finding Morton will be the ultimate test of faith, love, and sacrifice.
Author's note: Bloody English takes place in the same world as The Beast series. It is an independent book, but you never know who might show up.
Praise for Bloody English
"This was the first book that I had read by Renee George, but after finishing I immediately went and bought some more books by her."
5 Angels! -- Hayley, Fallen Angels Reviews
"Bloody English is a fantastic book... The love scenes are potent and erotically entwined with messages on trust, love, sacrifice and commitment... I have no doubt that readers of this genre will find the book brilliantly written."
5 Nymphs! -- Scandalous Minx, Literary Nymphs
"Bloody English is an enjoyable read with just the right amount of suspense and romance between the characters to flesh out the story and move the plot along."
-- Xeranth, Whipped Cream
"Bloody English was a really good read... Renee George did a great job in making the reader want so much for these two men to find happiness together and when they did, it was beautiful. Bloody English will definitely leave you with a smile on your face."
-- Ley, Joyfully Reviewed