Kindle Edition, 38 pages
Published March 6th 2013 (first published March 1st 2013)
edition language English
series In Darkness We Must Abide #1
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In Darkness We Must Abide is the epic saga of one young woman caught in the dangerous world of the creatures of the night.
Already living in the shadows due to her albinism, Vanora is just a little girl when her older brother inadvertently unleashes a terrible evil from the family crypt that changes their lives forever.
As she grows up in a world where beautiful deadly beings hunt by night, one captures her eye and her heart. Yet, can she trust the mysterious Armando? For there is a powerful entity plotting to claim her when she reaches adulthood in order to fulfill an ancient prophecy, and her enemy has enveloped her in a web of deceit, casting doubt on all she believes to be true. Soon, she will have to fight not only to save those she loves, but also for her very soul.
Rhiannon Frater delivers a chilling adventure once again with this multi-part epic serial with a dynamic cast, old school vampires, bloody action, a smoldering forbidden love, and a terrifying villain set against the backdrop of a modern day vampire war.
Each episode will be between 10,000 and 20,000 words with new installments being published every 2 to 3 weeks.
Episode 1: Death Comes Home
Roman Socoli inadvertently releases a terrible evil when he has his Romanian ancestors entombed on his estate in Houston, Texas.
I will not be continuing this as much as would love to read the entire tale, a serial book is just not something that works for me no matter how much I love the characters and what they are going through as I definetly did with this short novella which stopped just when the action started.
While have read and enjoyed immensely author [a:Rhiannon Frater|2310121|Rhiannon Frater|http://d202m5krfqbpi5.cloudfront.net/authors/1280870979p2/2310121.jpg] Pretty When She Dies-book 1 in series
and the entire As The World Dies trilogy
prefer my books full length rather than broken into bits.