VAMPIRES ARE REAL AND THIS ONE’S GOT MY BABY

Estrada is the high priest of Hollystone Coven, a shaman and magician. But is he a match for a vengeful vampire? When the devilish Diego steals Lucy from her crib on the eve of her first birthday, the Hollystone witches converge.

That same night, a woman is murdered and another abducted. All three scenes are marked by red roses that point to Michael Stryker, Estrada’s lover and best friend—a man with a strange dark “virus” brewing inside him.

As the witches journey up the Pacific Northwest coast by yacht, Michael’s virus spikes, and they are harassed by vicious ravens. 

DIEGO WANTS BLOOD. ESTRADA WANTS HIS BABY BACK. WHAT WILL THE HIGH PRIEST SACRIFICE TO BRING HIS DAUGHTER HOME?

A sexy Hitchcockian thriller that demystifies Vampire and illustrates the power of Love.

Magus Dubh appears suddenly beside Estrada. He’s holding a wooden staff in his right hand. Without a word, Dubh hurls it. In mid-air, the staff transforms into a gold and brown boa constrictor and coils itself around the man’s neck.

Grasping the snake behind the head, the man stretches it with both hands and sinks his teeth into its scaly flesh. He shakes his head like a terrier and rips the beating heart from the reptile. His teeth are razor-edged. When he spits it out, the snake shivers and goes limp. The man unwraps it from his neck and hurls its corpse back at Dubh. As it hits the ground the snake changes back into a staff, though a piece is missing. The man draws back his lips in a snarl and Estrada sees fangs amidst the blood.

Estrada remembers the marks on Ruby’s neck and shudders. “Fuck me. Is he—?”

“Aye,” says Dubh. “He’s Vampire.”

 

COMMENTS FROM READERS

 

  • “An intoxicating mix of magic and mystery that will keep you turning pages”—Eileen Cook, The Hanging Girl and With Malice

  • “A magical thrill ride packed with action, beautiful imagery, and imaginative lore.”—Sionnach Wintergreen, The Astralasphere Spiral Series