Lila's sophomore year has taken a dark turn. Her popular best friend has deserted her, as has handsome crush Gabe. Her grades are so bad that she might lose her scholarship and be forced to leave Eversfield Preparatory Academy. Unknown to her, an undead evil hunts her and her building power.
Nightmares of Lila dying haunt vampire hunter Gabe, tormenting him each night. He gave up the girl of his dreams to keep her and the rest of his classmates alive, but the senior wonders if that was a mistake. When an unknown magic alerts him that Lila is in danger, it no longer matters. He needs to find her. He needs to save her.
With the clock ticking, Gabe races to find Lila. With the clock ticking, Lila fights back. Who will survive? And who will meet a bloodcurdling end?
A Brush with Blood is the third book in The Clan-Vampire Clash YA paranormal fantasy series. If you like fierce heroes and heroines, heart-stopping action, and tender romance, then you'll love Betsy Flak's enthralling novel.Start reading now!
As a child, author Betsy Flak spent her free time lost in a book, whether upside down in a cozy armchair, in the bow of her family’s fishing boat in Michigan, or on a bleacher during her brother’s basketball games. As an adult, she loves reading and writing coming-of-age adventures filled with supernatural abilities, heart-stopping action, the battle between good and evil, and romantic interests galore. When she’s not reading, writing, or editing, you can find Betsy playing roller derby or chilling on the couch with her favorite purple blanket, her two dogs, and her husband. Learn more...
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Like the title says, I'm on vacation. This one's long weekend to play all the roller derby! As such, I'll be away from my computer a bunch, so I'm putting the blog on vacation too. Regular posts will resume on Friday, September 20th.
*No, that isn't me in the gif above. Although, I have been known to do my best impersonation of this move when forced to wear the star and be the jammer.