In Sweeter Than Wine, Jena found out about vampires when Christy had to be saved by being turned. In Forever Valentine, the next novella in the Brotherhood of Blood series by Bianca D'Arc, we get to see what happens with Jena and the vampire tasked with watching over her to make sure she keeps the secret.
Forever Valentine is a cute novella that works in the knowledge learned in the previous books and sets up a Valentine's Day scenario for Ian and Jena that adds romance to the heat D'Arc is known for. It's not surprising to anyone who has read the previous books that Ian and Jena end up together - after all this group of friends has managed to be the One for each vampire that is drawn to them - but Forever Valentine is very sweet and a nice addition to the series.
D'Arc's Forever Valentine can be found as a stand alone e-novella or in the anthology, Caught By Cupid.
Jena knows about vampires. She knows about one in particular who watches her every step, lest she somehow reveal her knowledge to the mortal world. But Ian bothers for more than just the reason that he would be her executioner should she even try to share her knowledge. No, Ian bothers her on an elemental level. He's just too sexy for his own good -- or hers.
Ian finds himself attracted to the mortal doctor, though he knows better. He's been assigned to watch her, not seduce her, but seduction seems to be all he can think of when he looks at the gorgeous woman who works entirely too hard and has such sad eyes. He feels things he hasn't felt in centuries when she's around, including an unreasonable jealousy when he follows her on a Valentine's date with one of her colleagues.
After the disastrous date, will they both be able to resist temptation when Jena invites the vampire in?