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The Earl's Daughter

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

“Find out what kind of monster his is, and bring my daughter back to us.”

Michael D'Angelo doesn't normally investigate murder, but since they never found Emma's body, she's technically just a missing person. But he doesn't investigate those either.

After the Earl of Wolston reads the translation of a sinister and ancient text published on his daughter's blog, in the days leading up to her disappearance, he reaches out to Mr D'Angelo, convinced that evil forces are at work: something beyond the ordinary, something not of this world, something unholy.

Fortunately for Michael, Paranormal Investigations are his specialty. But as Michael unravels Emma's last days, and the secrets inscribed on her blog, strange new entities reveal themselves, and he begins to question whether such knowledge is too dangerous to pursue.

Rise of the Dark Ones is perfect for fans of vampire and paranormal mysteries, psychic investigator thrillers, occult suspense, angels, demons, and lovers of a good twist.
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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!

I received a free copy of this book via StoryOrigin and am voluntarily leaving a review.


1 month ago

A different vampire tale.

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

Maree B.

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1 month ago

More mystery

Enjoyed this immensely. Great follow up to The Visount's Son.


1 month ago

Kept me guessing

This is the second book to The Viscount's Son. I very much enjoyed the first book and this one grabbed my attention the same way. It is a quick read. Where in the first book you see more of Emma and go through her story in this book you see Michael D'Angelo's point of view for about the first half of the book. I think I was around the 50 percent on my kindle when Emma appeared, but it still kept my interest. The new characters in this book kept me guessing and wanting to know more about them and what made them do the things they do. In the end you get to see where the next book in the series is headed. I can't wait to see where they end up and hope to learn the answers to the many questions/curiosity I have about them.


1 month ago

Like interview with a vampire

More like Interview with a vampire rather than Twilight.
Would have rated higher if didn't end with a cliffhanger leaving the story up in the air.