Wet Heat (Book 3 Vampira series) by Jan Springer

Escaping life as a blood slave, Mati has disappeared into the human world, creating the powerful coven Vampira, where females on the run seek sanctuary...but now Mati's past has come back to confront her...

Wet heat (book 3 vampira series)

Tormented and abused.

As a Blood Slave, Mati Smith craved freedom. After escaping her owners and near death, she was nursed back to health by two sexy Italian male vamps. Realizing she’d fallen in love with them and had put their lives in peril, she disappeared into the human world, creating the powerful coven Vampira, where females on the run seek sanctuary and where mating with males is forbidden.

Dangerous cravings.

When Mati’s two lovers reconnect their mind link, she craves physical pleasure like never before. She seeks relief at Vamp’s Bordella, where, under the seductive hands of two pleasure males, she defies Vampira and finds searing satisfaction.

Mind seduction.

Giovanni and Paolo have lured Mati to the bordella in order to claim her. Will she disappear again when she realizes she’s been tricked? Or will she finally submit to the scorching desires the three share? If Gio and Paolo get their way, their long-lost love will be theirs forever...

Genre: FICTION / Romance / Paranormal / Vampires

Secondary Genre: FICTION / Occult & Supernatural

Language: English

Keywords: vampire menage, reverse harem , paranormal, romance, psychic, forbidden love, jan springer italian books

Word Count: 17000

Sales info:

Wet Heat is Book 3 of the Vampira series.

It was originally published with Ellora's Cave and experienced robust sales. Rights have been returned to Spunky Girl Publishing and sales are good at etailers combined.

Sample text:

Mati inhaled the succulent scent of the ciclamini mimosa flowers as it drifted in erotic waves past her nostrils. The aromatic odor had to be coming from the fireplace. A scented fireplace? How charming.

She hadn’t smelled this scent since her days with her two vampire lovers in Italy. And she hadn’t felt this peaceful since her time with Paolo and Gio.

Because of her blindfold, everything looked black. But in her mind, she could clearly make out the dark-gray Italian brick villa with the ten-foot walls surrounding a lush green yard riddled with grapevines and robust red grapes hanging past the green foliage.. She could clearly see the black iron gate where she’d collapsed from exhaustion after escaping the Blood Slaver torturers that last time.

That was where her vamps found her. Before their gates. A pitiful heap of female, they’d said. They thought she was dead and were quite surprised to discover she was alive, or as alive as a vampire could be who’d suffered brutality at the hands of vicious males for too many years.

Yes, she’d survived. Thrived with the black-haired, brown-eyed Italian studs, Gio and Paolo. Loved them. Enjoyed the luscious pleasure their well-toned bodies gave so freely. She’d left them. Wanted them back.

But she only allowed herself to dream with them through their mind link. She dare not let them know where they could find her. Didn’t know if she ever would. Too many years had passed. Danger aside, she was set in her ways now. They probably were too, but in the erotic dreams they shared, she could forget the risks. Could dive into the hot wild sex. 

Book translation status:

The book is available for translation into any language except those listed below:

Already translated. Translated by Johannes Schmid
Author review:
A great translation, as always. Thank you Johannes!!
Already translated. Translated by Arianna Giorgi
Author review:
Another lovely translation. Thank you!!
Already translated. Translated by Nelson Leonel De Benedetti
Author review:
Another great translation! Nelson was quick, communicates very well in English and did quality job! Thank you Nelson! Highly recommend!
Already translated. Translated by Maria Quintana
Author review:
Maria did a lovely translation and she met her deadlines. She is easy to communicate with in English and did a great job!

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