The Vampire’s Curse: Life Eternal
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There’s no other way to say it; cancer is a bitch. When I was fifteen, Doctor’s diagnosed me with a rare brain tumor and gave me five years to live. With my death imminent, I made a deal with the Devil. Well, not the real Devil, but one of his minions for sure. Out of options, I accepted an offer for eternal life. I agreed to become a vampire. And all I had to offer in exchange was one year of service to a Duke named Aldric. What is one year in the grand scheme of things? Especially, when I’d live forever.
Now, two years later, I have a different view of vampires. I live in the shadows and have no contact with any of my friends or family. I hate what I’ve become and If I could go back and do it all over again, I would. To make matters worse, Aldric is summoning me for my one year of service. When I refuse, they hunt me like an animal. I’m run over by a car and witness my mother’s death at the hands of Aldric’s minions. No one stands up to-let alone refuses-Aldric, but enough is enough. I can’t live like this. I’m always watching over my shoulder, and fear each new person I meet is on a mission to kill me. This is not a second lease on life; its torture and the only way it will end is if I kill Aldric. It’s time for him to die.
The continent of Askabar is preparing for a battle between two brothers, and the face of the planet may never be the same. While Raythum Stormdragon prepares for the confrontation with Lutheras, Jaeden has fallen back into his old habits. The local tavern has become his home, and he’s having a hard time separating right from wrong.
In Shakiel, Lutheras is stuck in a dream world because his body is near death and can no longer support his soul. Eldrin is busy searching for a new host body capable of supporting Lutheras’ soul, but it’s a difficult task considering Lutheras is invading his dreams and he hasn’t slept in weeks. As Eldrin nears insanity, he receives word of the breakthrough they’ve been hoping for.
Days before Raythum is ready to march on Shakiel, he must go with Norlun, Matt and Jaeden on a last-minute trip to Bahlsum to ensure the safety of the orbs. Jaeden is confronted by someone from his past and learns he’s been living a lie. His loyalty is tested and his actions may decide the course of the war. Time is running out and Jaeden is torn. He has only one night to choose between the safety of his friends, or all of Askabar.
The Final Offering
As a young Haloti fairy living on top of a maple tree, Thula is counting down the days until she reaches adulthood. Her whole life changes when a Grimmox fairy breeches the long-standing peace treaty by crossing their border. Thula isn’t content to watch the destruction of her world, and volunteers for a new military program to counter the incursion. But once at training, she learns the program isn’t about defense at all. It’s about war, and all of the Haloti people are at risk of annihilation.
Thula must look to the most unlikely of allies, the Grimmox, to save their world. But they refuse to fight as it goes against everything they believe in. After receiving a vision from the sons of God, she learns this is their last chance to make peace. She was raised by the Haloti, but now sees the world through the eyes of the Grimmox, and is the only one they can trust with this task. If she fails, God will erase the Haloti and Grimmox from the planet. She only has one day to unite them all.