To save all our lives, I was forced to bond with three vampires. 

Our new coven is temporary, so I shouldn’t be developing feelings for any of them.

But my ex, Hudson, really wants a second chance. I may have royally screwed things up with his twin brother, Jax, the cutest boy-next-door vampire ever. And Nico? He’s still carefully guarding his secrets.

No matter how much I crave them, falling for these three tempting vampires would be wrong.

After all, vampires killed my mother. I can’t bear the thought of her hating me for eternity.

Then I discover her ghost is trapped and tortured in the infernal realm. Saving her soul is the only reason I would venture into hell itself.

My fledgling coven rallies behind me to bravely explore a place no one ever returns from alive.

Along the way, I’ll have to learn how to trust these daring vampires. But it’s my heart I’m not sure I should trust…

What’s a witch to do when the monsters she hates become the mates she can’t live without?

Discover whether love really can heal all wounds in To Hell and Back with a reverse harem paranormal romance twist on the forced marriage / marriage of convenience trope.


“Tonight, little witch? You’re mine.”

“I’m ready.” The words came out in a throaty whisper, and I hated how desperate I sounded.

His eyes raked my body, leaving me feeling naked beneath his gaze. “Take your pants off and get on the bed.”

His domineering words had me instantly wet, even though I didn’t normally go for that sort of thing. My pulse picked up, and I found that I couldn’t wait to see what happened next. I peeled off my pants and crawled onto the bed, letting him see my backside.

With the way he’d bossed me around, I half expected a spank when I looked over my shoulder at him, my butt in his direction. Instead, he raised an eyebrow with a smirk. I never knew what to expect with him.

“On your back,” he ordered. His voice was all hard confidence, and his eye contact even more intense as he waited for me to obey.

I lay back, feeling vulnerable as the vampire leaned over me, his eyes flashing in the twilight. With unnatural speed, he had my hands pinned above my head, his gaze scanning my body from fingertips to my naked legs.

“You like being at my mercy, don’t you, little witch?”

“Yes,” I breathed. “You can bite me now.”

I gasped as his pupils dilated, reminding me just how dangerous this really was. I’d set up the wards to keep the demons out, but if he couldn’t resist his bloodlust, then it wasn’t the demons I’d need to worry about.

It was the monster trapped in here with me.

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