Hollow's Trouble

Hollow s Trouble Creed Larson was a criminal a bloody good one even if he did say so himself He and his foster siblings have one last heist before they change their ways and stand on the right side of the law That wa

  • Title: Hollow's Trouble
  • Author: N.J. Nielsen/ Saddington
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 195
  • Format: ebook
  • Creed Larson was a criminal a bloody good one, even if he did say so himself He and his foster siblings have one last heist before they change their ways and stand on the right side of the law That was until he came up against Holland Vandiver IV.Holland Vandiver Hollow to his friends is tired of the life he was living Tired of waiting for his heart s blood to finallCreed Larson was a criminal a bloody good one, even if he did say so himself He and his foster siblings have one last heist before they change their ways and stand on the right side of the law That was until he came up against Holland Vandiver IV.Holland Vandiver Hollow to his friends is tired of the life he was living Tired of waiting for his heart s blood to finally turn up The only key to finding his mate is a stupid gaudy necklace he s forced to display in hopes of drawing his intended mate near He never expected that mate to come in the form of a thief even if said thief was as sexy as hell.When their worlds collide, trouble soon follows Together they have to work to stop the world from ending, but first they need to figure out exactly who the enemy is.This story was written as a part of the M M Romance Group s Love is an Open Road event Group members were asked to write a story prompt inspired by a photo of their choice Authors of the group selected a photo and prompt that spoke to them and wrote a short story Dear Author,Get this, I m no romantic I don t even believe in love Hell, I don t even have time to think about those sappy things Love Ha, not for me But the thing is all of it went to hell because of him Okay let me be clear, this is how it went down Me and my gang was at this fancy party Why Well, me, I m what you call a thief We steal things Precious pricey things And we do it with such class you won t even notice it.Anyhow, we wanted to steal this diamond necklace It was so damn pricey I thought it would be the job for ages I knew if it went right we could be legends among thieves What I didn t know was, well, honestly it turned out that I knew almost nothing.Like, first, there was a guy at this party who was insanely good looking and all that stuff But strange thing was I was so attracted to him I couldn t concentrate on the mission I almost missed seeing the necklace his date was wearing.Second, it felt like knew him from somewhere, like from another life, and somehow I knew he was a vampire too.Third, there s someone something else out there trying to get the necklace from his date.Fourth, suddenly girl with the necklace went missing, and he got wounded.Fifth, him being hurt made me hurt too, that emotion felt so alien to me, but I knew it was love.Photo Description The guy is a vampire He looks stunning and has exquisite taste in clothing He s standing on a balcony maybe and is either just putting on or removing his outer coat.This story may contain sexually explicit content and is intended for adult readers It may contain content that is disagreeable or distressing to some readers The M M Romance Group strongly recommends that each reader review the General Information section before each story for story tags as well as for content warnings.

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    1. This thing started off aces!Vamp! √Demon! √Bondmates! √Heist storyline! √I was G-I-D-D-Y!I was doing jazz hands by the time I reached the description of our thief, Creed.3 words:Black Irish LumbersexualRAWR!!There is a curse on Creed's family. A stone was stolen long ago and until they get it back every son is doomed to die before the age of 31. Creed just passed 30. He and his siblings ascertain that Holland Vandiver has the stone and plan to steal it at a ball.Paranormal Mission Imposs [...]

    2. That wasNot what I expected.Creed is a thief planning his last heist, but there's more riding on this job than just snatching the item. His very life hangs in the balance if he doesn't manage to steal a very precious stone in the form of a jeweled necklace. His mark just happens to be Hollow, a millennia old vampire, who's been waiting for his mate an eternity. Both men have a prophecy attached to them that binds them together, and if left unfulfilled, the world as we know it, ends. So, you'd th [...]

    3. Creed is a professional thief. He is in partnership with three siblings, his new family. They ‘adopted’ him and as far as they are concerned, he is as much family as they are blood-related. They are all experts in one thing or another and they make an awesome team. They have one last job before they retire from thievery. Creed just turned thirty and since then, he has felt ominous eyes stalking him. In research of his family, all males dies within their thirtieth year. But there is one way t [...]

    4. This is the kind of book with a big buildup which just fizzes out at the end. I was terribly disappointed in the ending, I mean I was gearing up for a fight but believe me what we got was not even big enough to be labelled a squabble.And I was sorely disappointed in the romance, it was an Insta-Love and while I love the troupe, it was an epic fail for Hollow and Creed. I mean I just couldn't feel anything for these two. In fact the romance is kind of secondary to the plot which itself is not so [...]

    5. A vamp and demon who are fated mates save the world from unending darkness with a cursed jewel.g it onThis started off with real potential and had a strong impact in the first couple of chapters. Unfortunately, once the connection was made between Creed and Holland, the story started to meander and then the focus changed and it got lost in the noise. The writing style also seemed to change, very wordy and I struggled with the unnecessary descriptions and explanations. The drama hit and left too [...]

    6. I normally won't read vampire stories, but I read this one because of the event. I like that there isn't any "blood sucking".

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