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Killing Your Boss was a great horror serial killer read. The author, James DeSantis did a marvelous job with this short story that had many twists in it. I like how the author describes each character on their own page. James was very descriptive with his writing to the point…
Revenge of the Damned - Erin K. Pugh Horror Book Review
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Darius Kesslemen is a man with dark and dangerous secrets. Despite a new life, he hides a deadly past which belies the man he knows himself to be. More than a mere man, he is a vampire like no other; clinging to the vestiges of his humanity, shunning the deadly instincts of his kind, vowing to cause no more harm. With a family he adores and the stellar reputation he has earned, he can almost convince himself that his long ago sins are forgiven. But Darius is unaware payment for his past sins has come due, until an enemy, thirsty for revenge and bent on destroying him and the life he holds so dear, determines to make him suffer. And the collateral damage, both vicious and absolute, blows his life apart.
Hungry now for his own revenge, Darius will do whatever it takes to stand strong against a threat he thought he would never have to face again.
Amid the chaos, an old friend returns to help, but he has secrets of his own. His arrival, as well as his revelations, makes Darius question everything he has ever believed at a time when he can least afford to do so. Can he trust him? In this, his most desperate time of need, can he afford not to?
Thrust into his worst nightmare, Darius must embrace all that he despises about his dark curse to save himself and those he holds most dear. A battle begins and Darius must be ready to face a vampire as diabolical as he is evil. To win, he must accept what he has always rebuked inside himself. To protect those he loves he’ll need to nurture long buried urges and instincts and allow the darkness in him to rise up once more. He must become the vampire he always promised himself he would never be again. He must face the worst among his kind and stand toe to toe with him if he is to claim victory in a fight to a bitter and bloody end.