KISS ACROSS CHAINS (Kiss Across Time: Book 3.0)
A Vampire Menage Time Travel Romance
“I was so caught up in this book I was in tears. It was just heart wrenching.” — Cocktails and Books
When dying becomes an act of love.
It is four years since Taylor and Brody almost lost Veris during the First Crusade. Now they know how to control time jumps, they have settled into a very nearly perfect, nearly human life, raising their daughter Marit.
When Brody defies Queen Tira to protect Marit, the three of them jump back three days in time to collect evidence the queen set up Brody for a drug bust in retribution. The jump sends them back to Brody’s personal nightmare: Sixth century Constantinople.
While Brody survives as a flogged slave, Taylor masquerades as the wife of an aristocrat and searches for Brody. They must wait for Veris to find them before jumping home and Taylor watches each brutal chariot race, wondering if this will be Brody’s last. Brody once died in the Hippodrome and he is human this time, too…
Reader Advisory: This time travel ménage romance anthology features at least two super-hot alpha vampire heroes, multiple sex scenes, including anal sex, MM sexual play, and MMF sex. Do not read this book if frank sexual language and sex scenes offend you.
The time-space continuum was restored to order at the end of this book. Promise.
“Man, this series is rocking my socks off. This time traveling vampire menage never gets old!” — Reading The Paranormal
EXCERPT FROM KISS ACROSS CHAINS
COPYRIGHT © TRACY COOPER-POSEY 2013
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
Tira turned to look at Taylor with narrowed eyes. “This all started when you messed up their lives, human. You’re the key.”
Brody stood up, bringing Marit with him. “Her name is Taylor.” He handed Marit to Alexander and turned back to face Tira again. “I suggest you use Taylor’s name, my lady, as she is both bonded and married to us.” His seemingly casual steps had placed him on Taylor’s other flank, opposite Veris.
Tira’s big mouth with the thin lips turned down. “Yes, yes, this polyandrous marriage ceremony you arranged for yourself in Tibet. Gregor filled me in on it. You three have been busy while my back was turned. A human marriage that is very nearly legal and off-spring, too. But you have failed in the one condition we agreed to, eight years ago. She is still human.” Tira pointed at Taylor with a long fingernail.
“We still have some years yet before that condition is to be met,” Brody replied. “And the married is quite legal.”
“In Tibet, perhaps, but not everywhere,” Tira replied, with a small, dry smile. “You will not distract me from the subject with your legal finesse, Braenden. Taylor is the key to your time travelling.” She stepped closer.
Brody stepped smoothly out in front of all of them – Veris, Taylor and Marit in Alexander’s arms – so that he was facing the queen alone.
“Brody…” Veris rumbled warningly.
Tira smiled. “You don’t want to do this. You have no idea the depth and degree of wrath you bring upon your head if you dare oppose my will.”
Brody crossed his arms. “Yeah, I kinda do, actually. But you don’t seem to have any clue about what you’re doing here, either.” He leaned forward a little. “Let me clue you in. Don’t get between me and mine, Tira. Not if you value your skinny black arse.”
She drew herself up to her full height, a thousand years of power squaring her shoulders. “I am your queen,” she said with utter assurance and the flatness of superiority.
“And I’m a father,” Brody shot back. “I outrank you.”
Tira laughed. “How cute.”
“Just try me,” Brody said, his voice more flat and far more sincere than Tira had just managed.
Her smile faded as she studied him. She switched her gaze to Veris. “Explain to him the danger he’s risking, Northman.”
Veris shook his head. “I regret, my lady, that on this occasion I agree with Brody. You’re threatening my family. If Brody wasn’t saying it, I would be. He just happened to say it first and used less syllables than I would. It comes out the same way, though.” His face hardened. “Don’t push me. You’ll regret it.”