Friday, October 29, 2021

BOOK BLITZ: The Darkest Vampire by Juliana Haygert

Today, we are kicking off this 4-day Book Blitz celebrating the release of USA Today Bestselling Author Juliana Haygert's The Darkest Vampire, the first title in the Rite World: Vampire Wars series. To celebrate this new release, we have an exclusive excerpt, teasers, and a blitz-wide giveaway to share! So... Be sure to check it out and grab your copy now!

New Adult
Urban Fantasy
Rite World: Vampire Wars, #1
Publish Date:
October 28, 2021

Supernaturals around Portland are turning up dead. I’m next … if the vampire I just made a powerful bond with doesn’t kill me first.

Magic is in a short supply for a half-witch like me, which makes things very difficult when I’m bound by a blood promise to avenge my parents.

With no leads left to follow, I make a bargain with a demon for help. Bad decision. The quest the demon sends me on binds me to a vampire named Killian, a half-mad, half-naked monster who hates my guts almost as much as he longs to drink my blood.

Killian swore to kill all witches on sight, but we agree to work together to solve the murders ravaging the city. He despises me, and I can’t stand him… but there’s an unexpected connection between us, something I can’t help but be curious about.

No, I can’t let anything distract me. Not even a hot and enraging vampire who presses all of my freaking buttons. I’m determined to find my parents’ killers, and stop the chaos taking over the supernatural world.

If only love didn’t get in the way.

A delicious slow-burn enemies to lovers novel, The Darkest Vampire is a new adult urban fantasy that’s full of dark romance, adventure, and twists you won’t see coming. Fans of Linsey Hall, Leia Stone, and Jaymin Eve are going to become obsessed with this brand-new paranormal series by Juliana Haygert!

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The door opened and something came in a flash. I yelped and dropped my mug, breaking it and spilling hot water all over the floor. I jumped back, avoiding the worst of it, but my heart raced, my chest hurt.

Killian stood just a few feet from me. He had even closed the front door again and I hadn’t seen it.

He looked down, to the wet floor and the broken mug. Slowly, his eyes moved up … up my bare legs, up my flimsy shirt, my naked neck, where they lingered for a couple of heartbeats, until he met my own gaze.

“Didn’t mean to startle you.” He grabbed a kitchen towel and knelt on the floor by my feet.

I stood frozen in place for a moment, willing my heart to slow down.

I inhaled deeply and crouched down to pick up the broken mug pieces. “How did you get in?”

“The same way I did before.”

Right. Delia had told him the keypad code so he could bring me in when I was hurt. A vampire could now get in and out of my house without any problems or forced entry. Great.

I stood with several pieces in my hands and threw them in the trash. I wanted to ignore him, but how could I when he had left the way he did and suddenly came back. “Did you clear your mind?”

Killian finished drying the floor and stood too. “I fed again, and I stopped by Delia’s to get close to the box.”

“Did she say anything?”

He shook his head. “She was sleeping. I stayed in the porch until I felt better.”

I frowned. He could have stayed there. Why did he come here? I bit down my lower lip, holding the question in. Killian’s eyes flicked to my mouth for a brief second, then he turned around and cleared his throat. “I ran around the neighborhood before coming here. There doesn’t seem to be any suspicious activity nearby.”


“You can go rest and get a good night sleep,” he said, his voice insistent.

Why was he pushing me to sleep? Well, it was after midnight already, and this was the third night I either stayed up until way too late, or didn’t sleep at all. I felt like a zombie walking around. I really did need some sleep.

“How about you?”

“I’ll stay around.” He held his figure tall and proud, and too still. “I’ll make sure you’re safe.”

My mind took off, turning that sentence in some many ways. But the one that stuck the most was the one that didn’t make any sense. I’ll make sure you’re safe. 

I reminded myself Killian hated witches. No, he loathed them. If it weren’t for the fact that we were investigating these murders together, and that I had been the one to open the box and free him, he would have killed me already.

I couldn’t forget that.

Not in the mood for tea anymore, I grabbed the kitchen towel from him and walked past him. “Good night,” I whispered.



**About the Author**
While USA Today Bestselling Author Juliana Haygert dreams of being Wonder Woman, Buffy, or a blood elf shadow priest, she settles for the less exciting—but equally gratifying—life of a wife, mother, and author. She resides in North Carolina and spends her days writing about kick-ass heroines and the heroes who drive them crazy.

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***The Giveaway***

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- ends November 14, 2021
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