Vampire Exodus by D.C. Young

Vampire Exodus

Vampire Exodus by D.C. Young (The Chronicles of the Immortal Council #2)
English | 2019 | Fantasy | ePUB | 225 Kb

Vampire Exodus: Samantha Moon finds herself the target of an ancient creature when the sinister being confronted her on the street in front of a Calabasas movie theater. At first, Sam has no way of knowing how dangerous the city has become for her, but, with a little bit of digging, she soon realizes how much of a threat the ‘dead witch’ really is.

With a little help from her friends, some old and some new, Samantha launches an all-out attack against the newest addition to L.A.’s supernatural scene. In the process, she comes to new realizations about the role she plays in the city’s preternatural underground.

The bond between friends grows, and new friends are made as Sam and the council defend Southern California against one of the vilest beasts to have ever found its way to the West Coast.

laughed, but knew what he said was more or less the truth. “Speaking of wolves,” I said, cleverly changing the subject of the conversation from the macabre over to him, “I know you’re sort of a loner but now that there’s a bit of a pack among the Elder Watchers up there in Hollywood Hills, why don’t you get to know some of them? There really nice guys from what I’ve seen and quite ummm… macho, like yourself.”

“I actually ran into Wallace on my last moonlight run over the range, and I thought I would do just that but they’re gone, Sam.”

“What? Gone? What do you mean gone?”

“Elysium House has been vacated.”

“They left without saying anything? How rude!”

“Yeah. So, no new friends for us to have cocktails on the weekend with.”

“I don’t think it’s that simple, Kingsley. It seemed to me that Elysium was Julia’s primary residence, in the Western Hemisphere at least. If they’ve abandoned it, there must be something going on.”

“Perhaps, but clearly it doesn’t involve you, Sam, or they would have told you something.”

“And yet, I feel the overwhelming need to find out what’s up.”

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