“Meet” the characters from my Sullivan Vampires books:
Dark, enigmatic and brooding, the captivating Kane Sullivan runs the old Sullivan Hotel in Eternal Cove, Maine. She purchased the hotel a hundred and fifty years ago as a sanctuary for her and the other Sullivan women.
Kane was born in Ireland, several hundred years ago, with the name “Mercy.” After being brutally attacked and drained by a vampire, Mercy’s body was strong enough to survive the transformation from human to vampire. Intent on revenge, she killed the vampire queen who’d drained her, and changed her name to Kane, which means “fighter.”
Kane has spent the past several decades mourning the loss of her soul mate, Melody. Kane is distant and often unreachable in her sadness, but when Rose comes to the Sullivan Hotel, there is something in Rose that calls to Kane. Something she can’t deny…
Rose lost her girlfriend, Anna, in an accident six months ago, and has been looking for a chance to restart her life. When she moves to Eternal Cove, Maine, she could never have predicted that her life would change this much…or the fact that she would meet Kane Sullivan and be instantly drawn to the captivating woman.
Rose has spent her entire life making safe decisions. She’s thoughtful and quiet, but she’s very passionate about what she feels is right, and even though she’s in over her head in the Sullivan Hotel, she firmly believes she was meant to be there.
And she’s willing to fight for Kane, no matter what it takes.
But is Rose really who she says she is? Maybe even she doesn’t realize what resides deep inside of her…
Branna Sullivan (Bran)
Bran and Kane grew up as humans together in Ireland, several hundred years ago. As strong as Kane, Bran’s body fought back when it was drained entirely by the vampire queen Darcy, and she became a vampire. Kane and Branna have been fast friends since that time, and they have traveled the world together.
Bran is deeply kind and supportive of Kane. Always there with a wise word or a strong shoulder to lean on, she becomes very close to Rose, because Rose “reminds her of someone she used to know.”
Bran has been unlucky in love, though she’s had several hundred years to experience it. She hopes that, one day, the right woman will come along, and Bran will sweep her off her feet. Though Bran doesn’t speak of it often, she dreams of a romance that will stand the test of time.
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