Cursed Hearts is a supernatural twist on the tale of Romeo and Juliet.

Two young supernaturals—one a teenage succubus and the other a vampire—have a chance meeting igniting a flame. But there are rules in Falls Creek. No mixing of species. Ever.

Kelsie Martin, a high school senior, is ready to accept her fate as the consort for the son of the town’s head demon. But then she meets a dark, mysterious stranger.

Victor Duquette, masquerading as a college freshman, doesn’t like blind dates or frivolous conversation. There are other vampires who would die again to be on his arm, but Victor’s not interested.

Kelsie tries to focus on the consort match while Victor can’t resist temptation. One nibble later, and he’s in agony.

There’s a cure for the curse but it involves a great sacrifice on their part. But it won’t matter if the supernatural council rules against their relationship.

 

Meet the Supernaturals of Falls Creek

Kelsie Martin

I'm a succubus waiting for my Awakening. Every day my powers surge more and more.

My favorite things: Goth music, the color black, and binge eating ice cream.

I have an older brother who drives me crazy and a mother who still treats me like a little kid. Uggghhh....

My goal in this life? I want to find my one true love.

Victor Duquette

I've spent the past twenty years as a vampire. Not as long as some in my coven, but too long to be trapped in a teenager's body.

My favorite things: Goth music, writing and playing music on the piano, the color black

I live with the being who created me and my mother, also a creature of the night. I'm next in line to lead the coven and handle Luc's business affairs. Personally, I just want to find the right girl to spend my eternity with.

Cash Martin

I'm Kelsie's brother, Cash. It's my job to keep an eye on her. I make sure she's learning control the right way. When she slips up, it's my job to take care of the mess. Frankly, I don't get Kelsie's issue. She wants something our kind doesn't do--fall in love.

My Faves: hanging with the fellas, good music followed by dancing (I've got some serious moves), designing ink for the residents of Falls Creek (I'm the best artist in town), and just being one bad ass incubus.

I'm the proud owner of Wicked Ink. You'll find it a few doors down from the Depot diner. Just let me do my thing and you can do yours. Cool?

Lena Riley

I'm Kelsie's bestie. We've been friends since...like...forever. The girl would be lost without me. She can be so uptight about stuff. Take guys, for instance. Kelsie has had a major crush on the captain of the swim team, but she won't speak to him. Instead, she keeps going on all these senseless dates HER BROTHER sets up. I swear the guy needs a girlfriend. I'm tempted to set him up with one of my cousins.

Fave things: cheerleading, Josh, the color blue, 80s music... did I say Josh?

One day I might move on from Josh, but I don't think so. We're going to UCLA together. I can't wait!

Colt Najex

I'm one of the fellas Cash hangs with. We've known each other since we were teens. I've had my eye on his little sister for awhile now. The girl keeps getting hotter. Her mother wants a consort match. I'm a Royal. Kelsie would be lucky to be mine.

Faves: hooking up, causing mischief, good music

I'm the son of the most powerful being in town. My grandfather runs Hell. Nobody says no to me without consequences.

SF Benson

SF Benson, a Michigan native, resides in Georgia with her husband, a human daughter, and a couple of miniature fur kids (two female short-haired guinea pigs). At one time she wrangled a household which included three Samoyeds, saltwater fish, a hamster, and three guinea pigs.

SF has always wanted to be a writer, but she’s had a variety of positions ‘feeding’ her creative brain—blogger/reviewer, customer service representative, veterinary assistant, marketing assistant, editorial assistant, receptionist, and even cashier for women’s clothing and shoes.

She’s an avid bookworm who appreciates a well-written book regardless of genre. SF prefers to write stories which allow her to answer the question “what if”. She leans towards writing strong, diverse protagonists set in dystopian, science fiction, or paranormal worlds.