Final Cover Reveal – His Heartless Angel

As July 2019 begins, I would like to reveal to you the final cover of one of my future books. It is the third book to be written under the name of Cameron Chase, which I will use for any books that contain scenes that contain explicit adult content. This amazing cover is for “His Heartless Angel”, a story about a vampire and a hybrid angel who discover they are fated mates. It has been designed by Tammy Clarke, a very talented cover designer.

If you are curious about the plot of the book, I have also included it beneath the cover in question.


Gabriel Elvaos is a powerful vampire that has lived for over three thousand years. After many lives, loves and betrayals, he has settled in as one of the highest-ranking officers in the supernatural law enforcement agency. After losing one of his squad mates, Gabriel is loathed to take on a new member of staff, as he worries that things will slip out of his control. That is until Brylan Avalon, a handsome angelic detective is transferred to Department 616.

After an awkward set of encounters, the two men are partnered together by Gabriel’s superiors. This is made uncomfortable by the fact that Brylan is tightly focused on the cases at hand, whereas Gabriel believes that his new partner is his ‘Chosen One’, the vampiric term for someone’s fated mate.

Once this fact is eventually revealed, Gabriel is stunned to learn that Brylan couldn’t care less about their sacred connection. When he learns the reason for this apparent dismissal, it will take all of Gabriel’s strength to help his Chosen One heal from the wounds of his troubled past. Along the way, he must deal with his own personal demons, as well as a serial murder case involving the supernatural community.

As if things couldn’t get anymore complicated, Gabriel is tempted by the affections of a former flame, who is determined to not let his devoted vampire slip through his fingers for a second time.


Hope you liked this cover. I will have more information about this latest book very soon, as well as more snippets from future projects.

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