And so they were running, and running again. In this paranormal romance there's no time to stop. It's a fast, gripping, story - that has it's fun side too. Our hero, a young witch named Rodelle, is going to meet Draven, a good-looking vampire which - apparently - seems to know much more about her than she can remember. You see, in Hartman House, a safe shelter for supernatural beings such as witches, vampires and werewolves - they all live together. Interestingly enough - they're all hiding from humans - the real hunters. If you're not already done so, go and read this book - you'll find yourself waiting for the sequel! Five stars for me - no doubt. --GoodReads Reviewer
From the Back Cover
Imagine a house that is a safe haven from witch hunters and werewolf or vampire slayers. Where any mystical being could live, safe from the threat of the outside world. The Hartman family were themselves witches and had always tried their best to protect their own, and to protect other magical beings as well. To do so they built a large mansion on the edge of New Orleans and spelled it to conceal any magic.
The spell on the house also kept the wolves from needing to turn on full moons. And kept the vampires from needing to feed on human blood. With such powerful allies living among them, they could create search and rescue teams to help bring in those who were being hunted.
And with so many successful rescues in recent times, the leaders of Hartman House needed to find the secret to the spell over the house. The same spell whose secret had died with the last of the Hartman's fifteen years earlier.