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Twenty-eight year old Skyy Huntington recently inherited a house and a good sum of money from her deceased grandfather. Soon after she relocates to Marblehead, Massachusetts to move into the new house, her world gets turned upside down when she encounters a mysterious entity in the cemetery while visiting her grandfather's grave. Skyy's reality as she knows it ends once she discovers that the supernatural world is real; something she's always been interested in.

She's afraid to tell anyone, even her lifelong best friend Christian Vane. As she tries to discover more about the entity, she learns about a family lie that's been kept secret for centuries. One that started within Countess Elizabeth Bathory's castle walls.

She soon finds herself immersed in a world of darkness and magic, good and evil, as she begins to form friendships with the most unlikely of people and finds romance when she least expects it!

©2013 Holly Hudspeth (P)2018 Holly Hudspeth

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  • 10-03-20

Great Read

I'm a huge fan of this genre and have been reading it for years. I really enjoyed the character of Sky and her friends and can't wait to read the rest of the series.

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  • Nicole Gross
  • 03-05-18

Basic

The story was basic, the style reminded me of a high school creative writing assignment. The reading was bland, the voices were great, but there was no feeling to it. But it did make me laugh.