Monday 26 December 2011

New Novel: Advent by Natasha Duncan-Drake

My new vampire novel, Advent is out today. No Twilight style vamps in this book, the vampires are all nasty, but there is some romance, a lot of action and plenty of fangs. Buying options are listed below.

Advent by Natasha Duncan-Drake

Author(s):Natasha Duncan-Drake
Date Pub: 26th December 2011
Length: novel (~80K wds)
Genre: Urban Horror, Vampires, Paranormal Fantasy
Buying Options:
Amazon UK£1.71 (inc VAT)Kindle
Amazon US$2.99
Amazon DEEUR2.99
Amazon FREUR2.99
Amazon ITEUR2.99
Amazon ESEUR2.99
Smashwords$2.99ePub, PDF, mobi(Kindle), rtf, ltf(Sony), Palm Doc, Plain txt
ISBN 978-1-908333-12-4, ISBN 978-1-908333-13-1


Every hunter knows a vampire bite means damnation. 
 Every hunter knows killing a victim is an act of mercy. 
 Every hunter knows there is no cure. Every hunter is wrong.

Nate Lavern became a hunter at eighteen and was well aware of the golden rule until he met Lexie. Lexie is a white witch infected with vampirism and when Nate was infected as well she showed him her secret for staying partially human. Together they hunt vampires, protecting the unsuspecting general public, but their magical solution is beginning to fail.

Their only hope is the Avebury ritual, little more than a legend even in hunter circles, and requiring four ancient relics. They are running out of time and must find out what is truth and what is myth; what is real and where it has been hidden.
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Conflict enveloped him in less time that it took for a normal human heart to beat. Part of his mind screamed that Lexie's reaction was a warning and he was close to the edge. Another part enjoyed the fear he could see in her eyes. His rational brain told him that this woman was his friend and sometimes lover; his vampire instincts told him this thing before him was a shell of a human being fit only to be slaughtered.

"Nate," Lexie's voice would have been steady to a normal ear, but to Nate's acute hearing the slight quaver was obvious, "you're scaring me."

"Really? I'm so sorry." But he wasn't, not in the slightest and he smiled at her.

"Oh crap, fangs," Lexie said, the fear was evident in her voice.

She took another step backwards.
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