The Blood Contract

By MJ Klipfel

Falsely, Madly, Deeply collection (Book #1)

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Elanna doesn’t need a knight to save her. She needs a monster to destroy her.

Two years ago, Elanna Muir gave her only chance at love a farewell slap across the face. Now, she spends her days keeping her family’s seaside inn from falling apart and entertaining their ghosts—all forty-six of them. At night, she’s treasure-hunting for the heirloom that will break her family’s curse, giving the spirits their afterlives and a chance for Elanna to live in peace. But when her ex, a ruthless werewolf, returns with a marriage contract, it’s ‘I do’ or the inn is demolished.

Khyber Reed has always been what Elanna wanted but never needed, a fact he lived with until he became alpha and discovered the marriage contract tied to his new title. Now, Khyber must marry Elanna or lose his pack and his life.

Time and fate aren’t on the reluctant couple’s guest list, nor is the wedding crasher hungry for vengeance and blood. As secrets and passion blaze between Elanna and Khyber, they must learn from the past, or it’s bound to repeat…except this time the ‘death do us part’ will precede the ‘I do.’


Reader advisory: This book contains scenes of violence.

General Release Date: 13th February 2024

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Book Information
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Format: EBOOK  
ISBN: 978-1-80250-876-5
Word Count: 31,727
Language: English
Book Length: SHORT NOVEL
Pages: 133

About the author
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MJ Klipfel

When not writing stories, where the villain and heroine fall madly in love, I can be found daydreaming, singing all the 80's songs, drinking copious amounts of coffee, reading books in headstand, protecting wildlife, and advocating for students with disabilities.

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