The Keepers: L.A. — Watch the Book Trailer & Download a FREE ebook!

by Amy Wilkins, Harlequin Digital

Bestselling authors Heather Graham, Alexandra Sokoloff, and Harley Jane Kozak have teamed up to write a unique miniseries for Harlequin Nocturne, set in a crazy town–Hollywood. But their L.A. isn’t just full of actors and celebrities…it’s also got werewolves,  elves and paranormal creatures that will make you glad they went “bump” in the night!

Get a taste of what’s in store with The Keepers: L.A. Book trailer:

Hungry for a taste? For a limited time you can download a FREE ebook prequel novella to the series — The Gatekeeper, by New York Times bestselling author Heather Graham! Get your copy from Harlequin.com here, or head over to your favorite ebook store.

About The Gatekeeper:

Elven detective Saxon Kirby is under pressure to find out who left a gnawed body at a Las Vegas tourist attraction. He already knows what is responsible: a werewolf. The Keeper of the Vegas werewolves is supposed to control his charges, just as Keepers have kept vampires, shifters and other paranormal races in check for over a century. But the local Keeper is weak and there is nothing to stop the murderous wolf–except Saxon.

Saxon’s investigation leads him to Calleigh McGowan, a half-werewolf, half-Elven dancer who entrances him with her sensual moves and promise of carnal pleasure. She’s a sexy distraction Saxon doesn’t need–even if Calleigh has her own reasons for hunting down the rogue werewolf. But in order to catch the killer, they’ll have to put their lives–and hearts–on the line.

Look for book 1 of the series Keeper of the Night from Harlequin Nocturne in January 2013, followed by Keeper of the Moon by Harley Jane Kozak (March 2013), Keeper of the Shadows by Alexandra Sokoloff (May 2013) and Keeper of the Dawn by Heather Graham (July 2013).

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