Night's Acolyte: an Aether Vitalis Novella [NOOK Book]

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All vampires start out as mortals. Gabriel Chapel was no different.

Gaul, 78 BC. When a chance misstep leaves him on the road after dark, Gabrielus Avidiacus wants nothing more than to get safely home to his wife and children. Instead, he is attacked by a blood-drinking demon and brutally transformed. Left...
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Night's Acolyte: an Aether Vitalis Novella

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Overview

All vampires start out as mortals. Gabriel Chapel was no different.

Gaul, 78 BC. When a chance misstep leaves him on the road after dark, Gabrielus Avidiacus wants nothing more than to get safely home to his wife and children. Instead, he is attacked by a blood-drinking demon and brutally transformed. Left to fend for himself, Gabrielus has no idea what he has become. Just one thing is clear: the only way to protect his family now is to get as far away from them as he can.

That, and kill the demon who did this to him.

As he struggles to discover more about his demonic nature and the bloodlust that now rules him, Gabrielus also seeks a higher purpose to his new life. What he finds will set him on the path to becoming one of the most successful vampires the world has ever known.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014652605
  • Publisher: Rookery Creek Media
  • Publication date: 7/1/2012
  • Series: Aether Vitalis , #0
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 425 KB

Meet the Author

Mercy Loomis grew up in a haunted house, and has had quite enough of ghosts for one lifetime, thank you. Though she now lives in a 150-year-old house, it is remarkably ghost-free. (That, or they’re staying on the down-low. She doesn’t care which.) She loves stories about the paranormal because monsters are scary, but less scary than real people. Or at least less depressing. See what she’s up to and find links to her other work at www.mercyloomis.com.
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