Vampires are people, too...
Cameron's Law has made it so. In "Adelheid, Volume One" follow two novels and a short story that introduce us to the town of Adelheid, Connecticut--a sleepy New England town that has become the unofficial center for preternatural rights in the United States.
In this collection, meet Sadie Stanton, poster girl for Cameron's Law and owner of the Stanton Agency; Dakota, a bounty hunter who makes things that go bump in the night scared of her; and Madison, the cheerful, werewolf pseudo-sister of Sadie Stanton on an unwilling vacation.
*This volume contains Cameron's Law, When Forever Died and Cats & Dogs. All were previously released singly.
Born a Connecticut Yankee in nobody's court, Mia Darien grew up to brave snow and talk fast. She started reading when she was three and never looked back, soon frequently falling asleep with a book under her cheek. (Something she still does, though these days it’s her Nook as often as a paperback.)
At eleven, she discovered Night Mare by Piers Anthony and entered the world of grown-up fantasy fiction and it was all over from there. She started writing at fourteen, then met vampires as a teenager and the concept for what would become Adelheid was soon born. Epic fantasy remains her first love, but she enjoys writing whatever stories come to mind in any genre.
Now she loves both writing and helping her indie community with her freelancing. A geek till the end, she enjoys role-play by email games and World of Warcraft when she has the time. Married to her very own Named Man of the North, she lives with him, their mini-tank (also known as their son) and pets, who usually act more childish than the child.