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We were alive.
It didn’t matter that I was blindfolded and being kidnapped by vampires, as long as my child and I were still alive.
We just have to get through the next eight months, baby. The car I was sitting in shifted gears. I felt it speed up and knew each mile was carrying me farther away from everything I knew and everyone I loved. My past was spooling out behind me like a ribbon and I didn’t know if I’d be able to catch the end of it before it ran out.
If Anna was smart, she’d made Asher go back with
"Edie Spence has a real talent for getting into trouble and somehow getting out of it. But she’s loyal and tough and determined, and these are all characteristics you want in an urban fantasy hero. We can all look forward to what happens next." --New York Times bestselling author Charlaine Harris
"I was swept away in the force with which it built and the raging rush to the finish. I'm more attached to Edie than ever. This is urban fantasy of the highest order." —Angieville
"I loved this book. What a breath of fresh air! A very strong start to what promises to be a wonderful new series!" —My Bookish Ways"Nightshifted brought me back to E.R. with the added fun of paranormal creatures… because it is a fresh voice and premise among the crowded shelves of Urban Fantasy, I eagerly anticipate what’s in store next for Edie and her colleagues." —Clear Eyes Full Shelves"Alexander has created a wonderful world of paranormal that we don’t usually get to see. Edie Spence is so wonderfully human in a world of ghost CD players, vampires, zombies, weres, shifters and crappy pay checks. Read this book and you will be swooning (I promise), yelling and laughing all at the same time. A must read indeed!" —Bodice Rippers, Femme Fatales and Fantasy"Edie is a fun character with heart and charisma, making it easy to fall for her and want to see her succeed in all of her adventures, whether they be dealing with paranormal patients, evil vampires, or potential lovers. If you like your urban fantasy to have a dose of romance, then Nightshifted is for you. Highly recommended." —The Debut Review"Edie is stone cold awesome. She’s scrappy, fiercely independent, and by the time the conclusion came around I wanted to share a fist bump of solidarity with her." —The Book Smugglers