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Excerpt & description from the upcoming Book 4 in The Blood Prophecy Series
War with the Witches
The coven chanted louder and louder as Lucus stood holding the demon’s gold medallion between his thumb and forefingers. Bolts of lightning raced from the ground up through his free hand that pointed toward the earth, and the once silver dollar-sized medallion grew four times larger as its black center stone turned molten red. Lucus yelled into the air, “You call yourself a king? Your nothing more than a stupid girl who never suspected a thing!” Thick yellow smoke began to pour from the center of the stone, and with a tremendous clap of thunder, the thick smoke jumped into the waiting body that would serve as the evil demon Ordog’s newest host.
So, mote it be, so mote it be…”
Traditionally witches have been known for having familiars, most commonly black cats. But the Szeged witches get their power from a blood-thirsty demon, which allows them to become their familiars, shapeshift at will into big wild cats. Now, Helena must face a war with witches she knows are out for her blood. Unaware that some of the allies in her vampire world are conspiring against her right under her nose. What she doesn't know could destroy her as well as enslave all the vampires she rules over. Can Helena win this war while facing her fears of doing it all without the support of the two oldest vampire brothers? The battle against her fears may be the deciding factor on who’ll win this war.
Tenzi Moscato was born in Hartford, Connecticut, to Hungarian, first-generation immigrant parents. Her first language was Hungarian which caused plenty of learning difficulties once she started school, as well as being dyslexic and other learning disabilities. This left her to spend a great deal of time alone where her wild imagination kept her company. No one, including herself, would have ever dreamed she’d become an author of dark fantasy fiction.
“Teach the skeletons in your closet how to dance.”
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