Freebie! Willow Creek: Craving by Stephanie Summers



An aspiring artist unwilling to accept her destiny. A cocky vampire tasked with making sure she does. A fate neither saw coming. 

Sabine is an aspiring artist with big dreams for her life. When she finds out she’s the latest offering in a two-hundred-year-old pact between the small town of Willow Creek and the vampire lord watching over it, she’s determined to get as far away from the town and the vampire she’s been paired with by any means necessary. 

Remy understands Sabine’s desire to run, as Willow Creek is the last place on earth he wants to be. Unfortunately, his maker has commanded him to make sure she stays put and safe, so that’s what he’s going to do. When an opportunity to get even with a former foe coincides with Sabine’s escape attempt, Remy decides to let her run… temporarily. Once the two come together, an undeniable spark ignites between them, but will they look past their contempt for one another and give in to their temptations or are they destined to hate each other forever? 

Craving is the first book in a paranormal romance series. If you like sexy vampires, strong-willed heroines, and lots of steamy tension, then you’ll love the first installment of The Willow Creek Vampires Series by Stephanie Summers.

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My Review

Stephanie Summers’s “Willow Creek: Craving” is the beginning of a great new series. It has elements of Shirley Jackson’s “The Lottery” and Suzanne Collins’s “Hunger Games” mixed into a spicy paranormal romance. I love the dream sex – very Lynsay Sands. The characters and the story are very well-developed. I can’t wait to read more about Willow Creek which is apparently some sort of vortex for beasties (like Buffy the Vampire Slayer’s Sunnydale). Basically, this is a very skillful blending of the best plot elements from your favorite storylines into a unique new series. 

5 out of 5 stars

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