J.D. Brown


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J.D. Brown knows that vampires exist because she's dating one and no, he doesn't sparkle. A magnet for subcultures and weirdness, J.D. was that socially awkward girl with more fictional friends than real ones. As a child battling a hearing loss and Muckel-Wells Syndrome, J.D. found comfort in books where strong women always saved the day and got the guy. An obsession with Charmed, Sabrina the Teenage Witch, and Buffy the Vampire Slayer lead J.D. to believe that her mutated genes made her something more, not something less. Thus her stubborn flare to persevere was born. A lover of fine cuisine, coffee, and shoes, J.D. never understood why shoe stores don't serve Starbucks and soufflé. She resides in Wisconsin where she writes urban fantasy - aka vampires for adults - and has political debates with her dogs. She loves to hear from fans and is active on Facebook.com/AuthorJDBrown

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Dark Heirloom (An Ema Marx Novel 1) J.D. Brown

Ema Marx is destined to be the savior of the vampire race, but when the ancient prophecy foretells her death, Ema just wants to get the hell out of Dodge. Or in this case, the mysterious castle she wakes up in. Jalmari is a vampire prince with a bad attitude. He wants nothing to do with Ema. Until he discovers she's a threat to his throne. Now he's out for blood. Ema's blood. Ema's survival hangs on her ability to stay one step ahead of Jalmari while curbing her own morbid thirst. Can she save herself, or will she succumb to a hopeless destiny?

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Dark Heirloom (An Ema Marx Novel 1) J.D. Brown

Ema Marx is destined to be the savior of the vampire race, but when the ancient prophecy foretells her death, Ema just wants to get the hell out of Dodge. Or in this case, the mysterious castle she wakes up in. Jalmari is a vampire prince with a bad attitude. He wants nothing to do with Ema. Until he discovers she's a threat to his throne. Now he's out for blood. Ema's blood. Ema's survival hangs on her ability to stay one step ahead of Jalmari while curbing her own morbid thirst. Can she save herself, or will she succumb to a hopeless destiny?

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