November 9, 2013

Ho-Ho-Ho Holiday RAT: The Entity Who Came for Christmas

The Entity Who Came for Christmas: A Holiday Novella

The Entity Who Came for Christmas: A Holiday Novella by Cat Devon

One of the reasons , The Entity, Simon Howell had come to Chicago Vampland was to acquire and/or find the legendary Sword, Excalibur. An ancient sword that gave the bearer extreme power and had belonged to King Arthur.

As a human, Simon had been a warrior in king Arthur's court , one of the Knights of the Round Table actually but Merlin the Magician changed Simon into a Vampire.

Pru Daniels was a Witch who had met Simon a year ago and they both fell passionately in love with each other. But when Pru found Simon had only used her for his own purposes she put a spell on him so that he lost his male ability to have sex. It wasn't meant to hurt him but to teach him a lesson. It's not as though he didn't still have a penis. Pru Daniels was a descendent of Morgan Le Fay which meant she was special to Simon.
He’d hoped that mating with her would change him for the better. Make him a better hunter. It hadn’t, despite multiple tries and multiple orgasms over a week’s time. Merlin had lied when he’d said while training Simon that finding Morgan Le Fay’s descendant in the beginning of the twenty-first century would greatly increase Simon’s power (Kindle Locations 144-146)
... Only he didn't know the reference from a medieval manuscript was about a sword and not just about having sex with her. So he wanted the Sword that would give him the power to live forever.

A beautiful well written paranormal romance with heat and humor that I recommend for all vampire lovers.

Goodreads Summary:


Cat Devon is a pseudonym for an award-winning author. A former librarian and confessed bookaholic, she has a weakness for sexy vampires, imported dark chocolate, and decadent cupcakes. She and her family live in the Chicago area.Visit her website at or on
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Twitter @catdevonauthor.

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