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The Pharaoh's Mistress

If Dracula and The Da Vinci Code had book babies, this trilogy would be the result…

“But vampires don’t dream. Do they?”

Emma and Michael escaped the slayer’s castle, but the vampire hunter pursues them in earnest, determined to use Emma as bait to draw out a much bigger fish – the oldest and most powerful vampire on Earth.

But something else draws Emma east and it calls to her in human-like dreams. As the mysterious pull heightens, Emma’s new vampire instincts grow increasingly erratic. Michael suffers his own demons and the longer he stays with Emma the more difficult it becomes to resist certain desires of the flesh.

As they race deeper into the desert, a brush with Emma’s maker – the infamous viscount’s son, Nathaniel Chartley; along with Michael’s new chum, Georgette, reveals that they may be on the cusp of the end of days.

It will mean the end for someone – slayer, vampire or human?

An entire species is about to die out.
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1 month ago

Good story

This was a really good story and I enjoyed reading it! The characters are well developed (my pet peeve!) and interesting. The story world was interesting and believable. The writing flowed smoothly along and kept me engrossed in the story. I definitely recommend it!

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1 month ago

A different vampire tale.

Not the usual vampire story. Really enjoyed the whole series.


4 weeks ago

Fitting End

4.25, a fitting way to end this vampire trilogy. The book series is a strange brew of gypsies, vampires, Egyptian lore, & a dash of catholic secret societies a la the Da Vinci code. All written in the psuedo diary style of the Stoker masterpiece Dracula. It's this very abstract and strange combination that gives this book & series its punch.