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Tracey O'Hara was born in Tasmania, but grew up in north and far north Queensland. O'Hara has been a member of Romance Writers of America and has written Dark stories, Dark Urban Fantasy. She has worked as an analyst programmer.
Death's Sweet Embrace
2011novel single work 'Kitt Jordan and Raven Matokwe, along with the vampiric Aeternus Antoinette Petrescu, must stop a twisted serial killer who is butchering teenage shape-shifters and, to do this, must end a centuries-old blood feud that has divided their shape-shifting peoples.' (Trove)
'Ishari is a djinn – the veritable genie in a bottle.
Her latest master, Caleb Salt, a hot young rock star, has one wish left. The curse of sexual need has nothing to do with the lust she feels for him, but he doesn’t seem to desire her in the same way.
Caleb has used his first two wishes to save his brother. Will he do the same with the last, or will he use it for himself? Either way, once he makes that wish, his erotically sensual genie will be lost to him forever and she’s something he’s just not ready to lose.'
'For centuries war raged between the humans and Aeternus vampires - until courageous efforts on both sides forged a fragile peace.
'But the rogue Necrodreniacs will never be controlled - addicted as they are to the death-high . . . and bloody chaos. Since witnessing the murder of her mother, Antoinette Petrescu has burned with fiery hatred for the vampire race - even for Christian Laroque, the noble, dangerously handsome Aeternus who rescued her.
'Now an elite Venator, Antoinette must reluctantly accept Christian's help to achieve her vengeance - even as he plots to use the beautiful, unsuspecting warrior as bait to draw out the bloodthirsty dreniacs.' (From the publisher's website.)