The Longer the Fall: The Vampires of New England Series

By Light Unseen Media
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In 1952, Diana Chilton leaves the secretive magical order in which she was raised and tracks down Thomas Morgan, a fellow Initiate whom she believes may be immortal. She doesn't anticipate that he's also a vampire. Thomas persuades Diana to assist him in an ambitious and dangerous magical working, but both of them have hidden motives, leading to a disaster beyond their worst nightmares.
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By Light Unseen Media
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Published on
Jun 30, 2010
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Pages
272
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ISBN
9781935303053
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Language
English
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Fiction / Fantasy / General
Fiction / Fantasy / Paranormal
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Life as a vampire is getting no easier for Mari, despite her newly awakened brother joining her in the Springfield enclave. Now that their chieftain knows of Christoph’s plans to go renegade, doubts arise over who in the household is to be trusted. Whether Gianni has a hidden agenda isn’t the only worry. Or who may be spying for whom, for the escalating war with the Ouachita colony has drawn their monarch out of Italy, and Uziel well guards his knowledge and intentions regarding the schism, her own foreshadowing abilities, or the appearance of a powerful elemental. Mari has her own secrets, as she has to keep from Ben his having fathered a superhuman child with her former best friend, now Troy’s fiancée; that reunion seeming finally lost. Furthermore that Caron is the one in jeopardy from Gianni’s challenge to release Christoph’s fealty in exchange for the mysterious familiar. This no less a worry for Troy and Caron, they must contend with troubles closer to home with David fighting the divorce and trying to hide the rapidly developing, unique new life inside her. The danger to Caron and the baby prompting them to form a coven of witches around them creates more family issues with Troy acquiring a new beneficiary to rival Mari and bringing out Caron’s immortal mother —who’s already had more of a hand in their lives than they knew. All the while, preoccupied by the past, Troy’s downplaying of the prophesized danger to his future will have deadly consequences.
Nestled in the mountains of North Carolina is the small quaint supernatural town of Windy Ridge. The local humans have no idea how infested their place of residence is with vampires, werewolves, and magia because those on both sides of good and evil take great strides to keep their existence a secret. Yet in the dark recesses the first vampire is creating an army of supernaturals with the sole intention of ruling the immortal realm and annihilating the human population. Levi Pierce, the leader of The Dark Assembly, collects the extraordinarily gifted of each race for his diabolical corner while a small band of misfits across town known as The Protective launch a counter defensive to thwart his plans of world domination by safeguarding the community of the looming danger. In this riveting second installment Keirnan Mosley, a rare female slayer studies the molecular build-up of the wolf pack within the manor hoping to create a tonic to alter all future unwanted transformations every full moon night allowing additional warriors to fight against the rising evil. But once unexplainable things begin to unfold, she returns to Alabama coming face to face with a past she is not ready to share with her new found family. Meanwhile the streets of Windy Ridge continue to spiral out of control when Levi cripples the group of heroes in hopes of luring her to the awaiting throne prophesized so many years before and her destiny to eradicate all those who do not bow to her power. Don’t miss the sequel to Setting Sun, as Keirnan’s heritage and family secrets are revealed while duty to family and a blossoming love is put to the test as she discovers more of her fated future as an immortal vampire queen to be.
Zeus is the third book in The Balance series - a collection of paranormal thrillers dealing with the unseen world of balancing powers. Too often life is viewed in terms of good and evil, black or white, and the balance point tipping in either direction is ignored. Why should the afterlife be any different? We are given a choice when we die to move on to the Source, stay on earth and slowly evolve into more of what we were (good people become angels and bad people become demons), or a chosen few can work to keep the Balance between them. The title character Zeus is such a warrior who works to maintain that balance. After his little brother’s sacrifice to save a friend and fellow angel, Zeus left his service to the Balance and has wandered the globe looking for a way to make Malign pay for all those she had harmed – including his lost brother. The other Balance warriors continue to do their jobs and at the same time try to track down Zeus to help him. Zeus, hiding from them, not wanting to tip the Balance with his own actions turns to the only source of help he can safely utilize, a former enemy and vicious demon to help him take on Malign. Is the enemy of his enemy now his friend, or is it still his enemy? The novel is written in two styles. Each chapter begins in a soliloquy from the title character Zeus, where he tells pieces of his backstory intertwined with philosophical musings on his family, friends, life and dealing with loss, with the following bulk of the chapter told in a third person narrative.
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