Markus Yahne, Lord of Tabacon, has always believed in this ideal. Yet now the evil of desperate circumstances threatens him. A vampire knight torments him by taking away the love of his wife and offering him a choice which strikes at the very heart of who he is: give up everything that remains to him in order to get back all he has lost.
An unholy bargain with his vampyric host gives him hope and teaches him more than he expects about life and love, but also hate. Time is short, and horror tells his story.
Will love or hate win through?
I have always enjoyed the idea of fantasy worlds, where unlimited possibilities collide with human strengths and frailties; where anything can happen as much by the determination of those who live there, as by a spark of magic. From those early days of reading Lord of the Rings before it became Hollywood blockbusters, and taking part in play-by-mail gaming before email, I have never looked back.
When not writing or indulging in photography, I am employed to help people reach their full potential in the real world – where stories of determination and courage are just as prevalent and touching as in any fantasy landscape.
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