Jaye Wells

The Murdoch Vampires

The Murdoch Vampires paranormal romance series centers on a family of Scottish vampires who have made America their home. These light paranormal romances follow members of the Murdoch clan as they fall in love and try keep their family’s little secret hidden from the mortal population.

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Museum curator Sydney Worth has a crush on a handsome kilted man in her favorite historical painting. She certainly never expected him to walk into her museum because the painting is a couple hundred years old.

Logan can’t understand why this stubborn mortal woman isn’t falling for his mind control. Left with no other choice, he agrees to work with Sydney to prove his family’s claim to the painting. Now he just has to figure out how to keep the very attractive Sydney from finding out he and his entire family are vampires.

Can a vampire who hates complications and a curator with trust issues learn the fine art of love?

**Formerly published under the title THE HOT SCOT by Jaye Wells writing under the pen name Kate Eden.**


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Raven Coracino’s rebellions against the vampire council are legendary. But when she goes too far, the leader of the council—who happens to be Raven’s own father–gives her an ultimatum: Spend 200 years in exile or submit to a last ditch crash-course in vampire etiquette.

Callum Murdoch and his famous vampire family stands for everything the rebellious Raven loathes. Some women might find him charming and attractive, but his stubborn insistence that she conform grates on her last nerve.

This very odd couple is about to find out that opposites don’t just attract—they smolder.

**Formerly published under the title REBEL CHILD by Jaye Wells writing with the pen name Kate Eden**

3 Thoughts on “The Murdoch Vampires

  1. so when is the next Murdoch book being written?

    love all your books and great to find two new ones I hadnt read before.

    … did you write a book about Miranda?


    • JayeWells on February 16, 2015 at 3:46 pm said:

      Hi Jo,

      I keep meaning to get the third book finished, but I’ve been very busy with the Prospero series and graduate school. Miranda’s book is about 2/3 of the way complete. I hope to get to it later this year.

  2. Whitney on December 8, 2015 at 8:28 pm said:

    I’m from Raleigh, North Carolina. Not something I usually get a chance to read about in the paranormal genre. I’ll certainly check them out. 🙂

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