THE OTHER HALF OF THE GRAVE
From the New York Times bestselling author of the Night Huntress series, a thrilling new look at the iconic origin story of Cat and Bones, as experienced by Bones…from the other half of the grave.
There are two sides to every story–and the sizzling British alpha vampire, Bones, has a lot to say…
Ever wondered what Bones was thinking and feeling when he and half vampire Cat Crawfield first met? Or how their story might differ if he were the one telling it? Now, relive the beginning of Cat and Bones’ bestselling love story through Bones’ point of view, which reveals a darker, sexier take on their early days, as well as a deeper dive into Bones’ past, the vampire world, and other things that Cat didn’t see when their story was told only through her eyes in Halfway to the Grave.
Cat had her say. It’s Bones’ turn.
“Even if you’ve never read any of the other books in Frost’s sexy, action-packed series (think Buffy the Vampire Slayer for Anne Rice fans), this darker, even sexier reboot is a perfect starting point.” –Apple Books. Voted one the “Best Books of April” on Apple.
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BOTH FEET IN THE GRAVE, the second installment in “Bones’ side of the story.” Cat might have run, but Bones is keeping his promise to find her. If you thought you learned more about this enigmatic British vampire in THE OTHER HALF OF THE GRAVE, you haven’t seen anything yet! Release date and cover to come.
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