My eagle-eyed readers have already found my latest serial has already started posting new episodes. But if you haven’t seen it yet, here is the official release announcement and cover reveal!
This is the second season of the Vampires of Calaveras trilogy, and it’s available on my Patreon, Radish, and Kindle Vella. Like my other serials, it will be coming to ebook and paperback after it’s completed. But if you want to catch the latest updates about Heather’s story, you can follow along with new episodes on Tuesdays and Saturdays!
Faerie Count’s Lover (Vampires of Calaveras #2)
Her heart is torn between two worlds.
From author Kristen S. Walker comes a young adult paranormal romance for fans of Crave by Tracy Wolff and Wicked Lovely by Melissa Marr.
Heather is still human—for now. But as she gets closer to her eighteenth birthday, she’s no longer sure that becoming a vampire is the right choice. Through her friendships with witches and Fae, she’s discovered that there’s a lot more to the magical world beyond immortality.
But as long as she remains mortal, she is fragile—and an Unseelie Fae has marked Heather for death. Fleeing across the country to a small town in the woods of northern California wasn’t enough to keep her hidden. The Unseelie have an active presence even here, and until she helps her friends track them down, no one is safe.
Meanwhile, she hides her secret relationship with Glen, an heir of the Seelie Court. Even though he is still betrothed to a Fae princess, they can’t help their forbidden love.
Then her childhood friend and crush, Simon, becomes a vampire and races to Heather’s side. He wants to protect her until she can turn and be with him. And he knows the secrets of the vampire world that her parents have kept from her. After everything they’ve been through together, it would feel like a betrayal to refuse him now.
Vampire or Fae. She can only choose one—and turn her back on the other forever.
Vampires of Calaveras is a young adult paranormal romance trilogy in the Witches of California world, which also includes Small Town Witch and the Santa Cruz Witch Academy series. There are familiar characters and settings from other books, but it can be read on its own. If you love forbidden romance, vampires, small towns, and Fae, then try Faerie Count’s Lover!