Vampire of the Caribbean

Vampire of the Caribbean

Tales of Lord Raine St. Albans & Captain Arial Bonny

The Caribbean Islands, 1804: When Lord Raine St. Albans goes off to the Caribbean (not a great place for a vampire to be, considering the long, sunny days) on a mission to try and thwart the evil vampire Cezar Moldavi, he finds himself at the mercy of the female pirate captain Arial Bonny...in more ways than one.

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The Caribbean Islands, 1804: When Lord Raine St. Albans goes off to the Caribbean (not a great place for a vampire to be, considering the long, sunny days) on a mission to try and thwart the evil vampire Cezar Moldavi, he finds himself at the mercy of the female pirate captain Arial Bonny…in more ways than one.

**includes never-before-published Part II!**

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Genres: Historical Romance, Paranormal Romance
ASIN: B08BYYS49K
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Colleen Gleason

Colleen Gleason is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling and award-winning author who can’t seem to decide what type of book to write…so she writes a lot of different genres!

So far, Colleen has written everything from vampire hunters to dystopian romance, to steampunk, historical romance, and mysteries with a supernatural flair. One element, however, that appears in all of her stories, is that of partnership…whether it be professional, romantic, or both.

All of Colleen’s books feature strong heroines experiencing fast-paced adventures, danger, mystery, and of course, romance. But at the core of each story is the belief that every woman deserves a partner who accepts her for her strengths as well as her weaknesses—and vice versa.

Colleen lives in the midwest United States with her family and two dogs, and is always working on her next book.

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