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To save her dying mother, Kia must suppress her loathing of everything vampire to track down the oldest and most deadly bloodsucker of them all.

All dhampir Kia Montana has left in the world is her mortal mother, and Kia will do everything in her power to save her mum from dying. She sets off to track down the Ancient One, Sean Maximillus. He is the one and only vampire cap
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ebook, Revised edition, 51 pages
Published August 1st 2017 by Totally Bound
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Derryn
I can definitely see the potential in this novella, but the execution just wasn’t there for me . An extra 100 pages and some build up + a dash of suspense would have made it shine 🖤
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Mel Teshco grew up in Australia, where her seemingly gypsy dad and ever patient mother saw her living in many areas of the East Coast, along with her sister and two brothers.

Each new home stimulated an already over-active imagination, where she spent as much time dreaming about fantasy worlds as the real world - the fantasy sometimes being much better.
Now living on a small rural property with th
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