A. R. Dean
Andi Dean was born in Monroe, Louisiana in 1968. By the time she was four years old she had lived in Ohio, Virginia, West Virginia, Louisiana, Maui, and finally Texas, where her mother settled when she tired of moving. Her father is a doctor but was rarely present in her life. She was raised on a small farm, by her mother and step-father, in a two bedroom, one bath house, along with her three brothers, two sisters and two step-sisters. The house was filled with people, but also full of love. Andi describes her family as "functionally dysfunctional". They were poor, but happy.
She developed a love for reading at an early age that never went away. With her love for reading, came a desire to write a book of her own. That desire was finally realized when she published her first book in December, 2012. She plans to write many more.
Bloodline Immersed in You
“He was captivated by her beauty - She was bound by his blood”
Delve into the world of the vampire!
After an unusual needle-stick injury, Kat is catapulted into a world she thought existed only in books and horror films. Now as a vampire she must learn to control her preternatural instincts and re-assimilate into a society of humans.
Betrayed by her husband, she had no-one to turn to; no-one except Stephan, the strange man who sought her out and warned her of the changes that would occur. Then there is Nick, an incredibly handsome vampire that teaches her the skills necessary to survive in her new world. She learns to hunt and fight; discovering some of her unique abilities along the way.
The attraction between the two of them is undeniable, but will Nick be able to protect her from the powerful vampire who had taken a sudden interest to Kat and her abilities?
Falling into Knight
Standing at a crossroad, Drew is forced to make a choice. Continue to wallow in her pit of self-pity and despair, or pack up everything and start a new life elsewhere. Deciding she can no longer stand to sit by and watch her ex-boyfriend, Joe, enjoy his newly discovered single life, she opts to move away and start over, "re-inventing herself" in the process.
Adam has spent the last ten years working on his career and is now ready to find love and settle down. He’s dated a lot of women; he just hasn't found "the one" yet.
When Drew comes on the scene, Adam knows she is the one and he is willing to put his heart and his pride on the line to prove it. In an incredibly funny elevator ride, Adam uses a less than appropriate pick up line (One that you will definitely recognize from another great book) to get the ball rolling. Sparks fly as Adam and Drew discover each other and Drew begins to feel that there is life after “Joe”. But when Joe suddenly shows up on her doorstep, Drew must decide where her heart truly lies.