Thank you for inviting me over to tell you a little more about Orpheus: A Vampire's Rise, the second book in my vampire series.
Over the course of writing the novel, the character of Orpheus never failed to surprise me. His world is one of shadows, seduction and mystery, and I always found myself enveloped in his presence, as much as the people around him.
Often with my prose, I allow my characters to take me where they may. It’s no different for Orpheus, only he ups the stakes. Telling his story enabled me to cover the full scope of his breathtaking transition from mortal to immortal. Although I had previously written about him in Stone Masters: A Vampire’s Reckoning, this book enabled me to get even closer to a vampire I thought I already knew.
Orpheus: A Vampire's Rise begins with Orpheus's early years growing up in 15th century Spain, one of the country's darkest eras. By witnessing the terrifying events that serve as a catalyst for his descent into the underworld, we get to delve deeper into his complex psyche. The clues unravel before us, revealing how fate led him to become the deadliest of vampires.
Orpheus’s nature leans towards total domination; psychological, spiritual, and sexual. Add in his sincere charm, and it makes him one difficult nightwalker to resist.
I’m thrilled with the release of Orpheus: A Vampire’s Rise because I get to share more of one of my most beloved and intriguing vampires. Writing Orpheus was truly a wonderful experience and many fans of Stone Masters: A Vampire’s Reckoning have expressed their eagerness to get their hands on this second book! I’m grateful for their devotion to Orpheus and hope they enjoy reading his story as much as I enjoyed discovering it.
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