Interview with Reade Hayes of HER VAMPIRE’S PROMISE

Welcome Reade Hayes. Tell us a little about your story.

HER VAMPIRE’S PROMISE is a novella set in Central City, a place decimated by a fire twenty Vampires Promise (2)years ago at Panthera Laboratories. The fire killed several vampires and people, including a scientist and one of the founders of the laboratory. It was believed that his infant daughter, Lawrie, was killed with him.

The loss of the Lawrie nearly drives Reade Hayes mad as he’d sworn his life to protect her.

What do you do for a living?

I work for The Vampire Guard, protecting the people of Central City from one of the cruelest, twisted bastards I’ve ever met, and when you’ve been around for a couple hundred years, you’ve met a lot of sickos.

What was your childhood like? Happy? Moved around a lot?

My childhood? Good God, why would you ask about that? It was fine. Great, I guess. I suppose I had a nice family. Love my mom. She was a saint. Now I’m a vampire. My childhood had nothing to do with that happening, though, maybe there were a few life lessons I missed that might have prevented this. I don’t know. Why are you asking this?

What did you think of Lawrie when you first met?

Ha! I thought she was a whiny brat who never stopped crying. I never was one for kids. Imagine meeting your mate when she’s only a few days only and then having to wait until she’s fully grown. Of course, I didn’t know she was my mate at the time I met her. Don’t get any ideas. I didn’t have any thoughts about what she’d grow up into. I just knew that as sure as I knew I existed, I’d kill anyone to keep her safe. Anyone.

Do you believe in love at first sight?

No. Yes. Maybe. What’s with these stupid questions?

What do you like most about him/ her?

She’s smart, and pretty, beautiful, really. She’s perfect. She tough as nails and doesn’t back down from any fight. She’s brilliant. Did I say she was smart? She’s amazing. I can’t think of anything I don’t like. Other than her right hook. No one else has ever broken my nose. She’s got an unbelievably fast right hook.

Describe her in one word?


What is your most embarrassing moment?

Are you kidding? It was the day she broke my nose, then kneed me in the groin, then punched me in the face. That had to be the most embarrassing moment we’ve ever had together. She did cry, and not because she felt bad for beating the crap out of me. She cried because she broke her hand on my face, which is what happens when a human slugs a vampire. We’re a bit tougher than you.

What is your favorite food?

Lawrie. Is that too much information, too gross? You asked. What did you expect?

What is the perfect place to live?

Wherever Lawrie wants to be. Right now we go between an apartment at the base and my house on the outskirts of town, though we’re there much less due to security reasons.

Here’s the blurb:

Reade Hayes knows better than any vampire that nothing good ever comes out of Central City. So he isn’t surprised the beautiful blonde he meets in a dive bar is crazy. What does surprise him is how fast she moves, how hard she hits, and the fact she’s wearing a ring he last saw two decades ago on the hand of his dead friend.

Is it possible the little girl he swore a blood pact to protect didn’t die in the fire? If the beauty sitting beside him is that pretty little baby, where has she been for twenty years? And why is she so lethal?

On hindsight Lawrie Tyrone realizes drinking vampire blood might not have been the smartest decision. But scientists experiment and if she is going to prove her father was not a traitor, she has to take risks. So far she’s experienced no alarming side effects, well, none other than being able to recognize vampires walking among humans.

From the power he exudes to his gorgeous dark eyes everything about the man to her right screams danger. Every logical thought tells her to kill him. But something in his eyes stops her. Is he using his vampire powers to influence her, or is something else making her heart ache for him?

Can love thrive in the ruins of Central City?

Her Vampire’s Promise, Novella One in the Romance In Central City Series is Free on all eRetailers.

I’ll also be giving away a free print copy to all attendees of the Fall In Love With New England Conference in October!






Author Bio:

Jordan loves vampires. She also loves to laugh. And if you know anything about Jordan, you know her vampires will make you laugh.  JordanKRose_WEB-001 copy (2)

A few years back Jordan received a copy of Twilight from her husband as part of her anniversary gift. By the end of that week she’d read the entire series and moved onto Anne Rice’s Vampire Chronicles. Eight weeks and eighteen vampire books later the idea for her first book came to her followed very quickly by Eva Prim.

The Eva Prim Series follows the night-to-night escapades of The Demon Mistress, a vampire with the inexplicable ability to call demons. With both full-length novels and short stories the series has a bit of something for everyone. Book three, The Road To Hell, releases in Fall of 2017.

Jordan’s other books include Black Magic Rose, book one of The Alliance Series, where the world is set in a hospital run by vampires and werewolves; and The Central City Romance Series, where members of The Vampire Guard one-by-one find love in the ruins of the city.  Her Vampire Protector releases late 2016.

When she’s not writing about one vampire or another Jordan enjoys spending time with her husband, Ken and their lovable Labradors, Dino and Enzo on the beautiful beaches of New England.

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I’ll also be giving away a free print copy to all attendees of the Fall In Love With New England Conference in October!

Come and meet Jordan K. Rose and Kayden Claremont October 14,15,16!



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