At the Chateau Rouge, love is timeless...
Welcome to the Chateau Rouge nestled in the heart of New Orleans. While Josey Jacobs checks you in to the elegant hotel, which was once one of the French Quarter's most talked about bordellos, you may realize everything is not what it seems.
Spirits here do not Rest In Peace.
Drinks disappear from the bar. The apparition of a woman flickers at the corner of your vision. Bloodthirsty creatures prowl the halls. No two visits are ever the same, and guests will forever be changed by what transpires.
Grab your room key from the desk and brace yourself for four unique stories told from within these enchanted walls...
“Immortal Love” by CJ Petterson
An ancient Viking desperately pleads for his beloved to join him in immortality. Her decision brings unimaginable anguish that shrouds one soul in darkness.
Endings and Beginnings” by Chelsi Arnold and J D Boudreaux
Lured in by the secrets and charm of the Chateau Rouge, Jacqueline and Nick hoped for an enchanting weekend stay. The hotel, and its ghostly inhabitants have other plans. When Jacqueline finds herself haunted by the past, she begins to question her future with Nick. Will the Chateau Rouge’s magic be enough to save a relationship in peril?
“A Pretty Girl is Like a Melody” by JD Boudreaux
New Orleans knows music and secrets. When Penny and Alex visit the Chateau Rouge for a romantic interlude, a chorus of hidden connections are revealed. The surprises in store for them will make hearts sing.
“Revelry’s Requiem” by Jolie St. Amant and Carrie Dalby (A Chateau Rouge and Possession Chronicles Crossover)
Danger arrives at Chateau Rouge during the 1911 carnival season in the form of an Italian violinist, Valentino De Fiore. Seeking to flaunt his fame, Valentino sends for his cousin, Father Claudio De Fiore, to visit from his small Louisiana parish. The instant Claudio arrives, he feels powers of darkness closing in around Valentino. In over their heads with the arrogant violinist and a young vampire who loves him, Josephine and Alcide must turn to Selena Prosperie, the oldest vampire in New Orleans in hopes of bringing secrecy back to their establishment. Can the vengeful immortal control the situation without unleashing her fury on the De Fiore cousins?