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Sneak Peek Summary at Loose Ends, Fourth Novel in the Turning Vampire Series

03 Jul

Here are the summaries of the first three published books in the Turning Vampire series and the soon-to-be published fourth novel, Loose Ends.

The Turning: Seventeen year old Marisa James has never been popular growing up, but after moving into the small town of Sterling, South Dakota, she finds herself at the center of attention of three handsome Russian brothers. Alessander, Demetri, and Ra’vin Arromanovokzja are immortals who are content to lead invisible lives among humans until they are drawn to Marisa. They befriend her in order to learn more about their attraction to her but when they learn of a secret that even she isn’t aware of, they must make a choice that would alter all of their lives forever. Marisa is a vampire, but one not yet turned. A vampire’s turning is a most dangerous event that usually results in numerous deaths. Unable to leave Marisa to face her turning alone, the brothers adopt her into their family in the hopes of preventing a tragedy although they now place their own lives in danger as well.

Blood Lust: Marisa and her three brothers: Alessander, Demetri, and Ra’vin Arromanovokzja, have been called home to the Carpathians by their mother, the queen of the Zjavankas and head of the Council, an elite group of vampires that govern the world. Marisa, however, has a secret. She is twice turned and while she is fully a royal, she is also a Streigos, a fearsome vampire that takes on the physical form of a monster that could appear any day and expose her secret. With the Zjavankas and the Streigos at odds with one another, Marisa finds herself at odds with her new vampire life. When Marisa meets a handsome man named Tristinos, she finds herself thrown into a different world, one that will open her eyes to the lies surrounding her new family and her new life. Who is Tristinos and what does he know about Marisa’s secret? Is she safe by trusting him or will she have only put herself into more danger than her brothers can save her out of?

Masquerade: Joining the Council, an elite group of vampires who oversaw political affairs, was the best decision Marisa and her brothers Alessander, Demetri, and Ra’vin ever made in order to help bring peace between the Zjavankas and the Streigos, two warring vampire factions. Being the only vampire who is both a Zjavanka and a Streigos, Marisa has managed to hide the scarier gargoyle side of her until now. Marisa is turning again and a Streigos doesn’t resemble anything close to human. How will her brothers protect her from the persecution of the Zjavankas once they find out that she’s a Streigos? And what’s worse, her Maker, the demon Streigos himself, is now on her tail and has threatened the Zjavankas with war. Will everything that Marisa and her brothers have worked so hard for all be for nothing? Or is there a way to unite the two groups with the truth of the feud before it’s too late?

Loose Ends: Marisa has chosen to leave her brothers, Alessander, Demetri, and Ra’vin, in order to protect them from the threat of death by Svendios, her Maker and the demon Streigos himself. All Marisa has known since becoming a vampire is left behind as Svendios takes her somewhere far away, separating her and all the ones she loves forever. When a chance to undo the past forces Marisa to reconsider the bad choices she’s made in her life, including the decision to leave, Marisa is led to explore an all too real temptation as she must decide to keep the life she had–mistakes and all, or create a new one, not knowing if that new life comes at the expense of destroying the lives she aimed to protect.

You can find the Turning Vampire series on Amazon here:
http://amazon.com/dp/B00HBKIPUY
http://amazon.com/dp/B00IS9MXN2
http://amazon.com/dp/B00JO16LUY

You can also find the Turning Vampire series at Smashwords here:
https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/386187
https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/415301
https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/428766

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