Lyssandra’s life is a lie. As a hunter of the Helius Order, she’s dedicated to slaying vampires and protecting the innocent. What no one knows is that she’s also a vampire’s human servant.
If her secret comes out, her own order will execute her.
When she finds Asher, she’ll cut out his heart for tying her to him, even if he only did it to save her. Even if it kills her too. But when a young girl is found dead, Lyssandra’s mission is derailed.
In the gaping hole where the girl’s heart once was, lies single red rose. Lyssandra has seen signature before, left by the vampire who took her uncle’s life. Karpov is one of the ancients, and his death is the only one Lyssandra wants more than Asher’s. Unfortunately, Karpov is also the only being—dead or undead—who holds the key to Asher’s whereabouts. If Lyssandra ever wants to find him, she’ll have to work with her uncle’s murderer.
Asher’s death could finally bring her peace, but can she accept it when it means leaving her uncle’s killer alive?
The Duskunter Saga is a first person Epic Fantasy packed full of murder and intrigue, with a slow-building romantic subplot.
When a noble is murdered in Silgard, Lyssandra and Steifan are sent to investigate. At first the murder seems like a normal vampire kill, but the mystery quickly spirals into a dark conspiracy of blood, coin, and death.
When someone tries to kill her, Lyss realizes that she’s out of her depth and must call upon the one man she’d rather stay far away from. Asher is more than happy to help, but with vampires there’s always a price.
As bodies start piling up, Lyssandra inches closer to the truth. The truth about the murders, her bond with Asher, and a secret powerful enough to undo the Helius Order for good.
She may be able to kill the monster haunting her steps, but can she stop the one manipulating her from the shadows? Even when he happens to be the man she’s looked up to her entire life? Find out in the second installment of the Duskhunter Saga.
When another ancient is murdered, Lyssandra cannot resist Asher’s call. But aiding him means going against the Potentate’s direct orders, and she won’t bring Steifan and Tholdri down with her.
Markus is another story. If he wants to risk his neck, so be it. She won’t turn away his help, but she’ll be damned if she lets him see how bonded she and Asher have become. That bond will quickly come into question, when Asher becomes the murderer’s next target.
Lyss will soon find out where her loyalties truly lie, for with the possibility of Asher’s demise, comes an offer to regain the life she knew before.