Vamp Chronicles – BOOK 7 – The FINAL Book
Many have asked for a release date for this title. I’m sorry, but I can’t provide one at this time. I won’t rush it, and I also won’t set any false expectations. I can only promise to get it to you at some point. I understand if you are angry, disappointed, sad, but I refuse to give these characters anything by the best possible ending, written not the way we might want it be, but the way it ought to be. I promise to announce a solid release date when the book is polished and ready. I can only hope you all will hold on until then.
*unedited, unpolished, raw clip*
One part of me was celebrating his return, the other was a ball of knots.
By day, I was this moral warrior, fighting for good, endlessly trying to show that peace was possible and violence was unnecessary, yet, by night, I was a sinner, a moral-less human unable to contain her lust and love for a man that wasn’t her husband.
Kai’s sacrifice had ended my internal war; his resurrection renewed chaos with a vengeance. I was a body divided, a heart torn and a soul in distress. His mere presence was a lure, for I knew without question that he loved me, and that he would always do right by me, no matter the cost. Knowing Kellan felt the same wasn’t a consolation, because, sadly, there was a huge difference in knowing for certain versus believing with conviction.
I’ve learned an ounce of doubt can easily become a mountain of doubt. Doubt, mistrust, is often what ends peace, begins wars, kills marriages and destroys all that came before it. Doubt taints love; it dooms all who embrace it.
Kai’s presence evoked doubt, doubt in my newly sealed relationship, doubt in the age-old prophecy I’d been led around by, doubt in those who knew it well and hadn’t spoken the possibilities.
Yes, even as my heart fluttered with passion and my soul danced with joy, they also ached, awakened by fresh sadness, confusion and apprehension.
The truth stood with boldness before me, shaking the foundation on which I stood with doubt.
If Kai was here, then the prophecy wasn’t fulfilled. My chest constricted; a chill chased down my spine: either I’d been living my life around a trail of lies or the worst was yet to come…