An adult vampire love story set in Britain
Ex Catholic priest, Beckett, is out for blood. Vampire blood.
History is repeating itself and Beckett enlists the help of Dr Lane Dearing, herself a powerful vampire, in an effort to save the beautiful Katerini from a sadistic and viscious Undead. Their struggle leads them from the mysterious mountains of the Brecon Beacons in Wales to an isolated monastery in rural Greece where they encounter one of the Ancient Ones who has his own reasons for wanting Katerini.
Midnight Wine is a vampire tale of love, revenge and sacrifice. Vampires are real. They exist.
And they are out there...
Praise for Jan McDonald
This is, without a doubt, the best Paranormal / Occult book I have read in a long time. This book has mystery, paranormal, occult, and a bit of romance all rolled into one book.
The book is well written, easy to read, all parts of the book fit together nicely. The characters are well written, believable, and as far as the story will allow, well detailed. Review from The Crowsmoor Curse
About Jan McDonald
Jan lives close to the Welsh borders which have their own mystical quality and provide endless resources in the way of legends and folklore surrounding paranormal experiences. She loves all things paranormal and has read the best: Dennis Wheatley, Stephen King, Edgar Allan Poe, Bram Stoker and all those authors that excel in the creepy or downright scary world of paranormal events.
When she embarked on the Mike Travis series (The Crowsmoor Curse, Long Shadows and The Sacred Ark) she realised that the field of paranormal investigation is more than we see on the popular TV programmes. So in order to provide compelling ghost hunting tales but with the greatest accuracy, Jan trained as a Paranormal Investigator and has studied parapsychology.