Of Covens and Packs [NOOK Book]


Events are starting to heat up in the paranormal world, and demons from hell aren't the only thing haunting the group.

Book Three in The Watchtower series.

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Of Covens and Packs

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Events are starting to heat up in the paranormal world, and demons from hell aren't the only thing haunting the group.

Book Three in The Watchtower series.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940044704732
  • Publisher: Darke Conteur
  • Publication date: 6/24/2012
  • Series: Watchtower , #3
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 625,644
  • File size: 469 KB

Meet the Author

My passion for writing began in my mid-teens. At the age of sixteen, I wrote my first novel, CINDY'S SONG, a YA coming-of-age, where the main character deals with not only the social and peer pressures of that particular decade (early 80's), but the complex and often mind-boggling hierarchy of the teenage social structure. Unfortunately, due to negligence, the completed manuscript was lost during a gypsy period in my life. I hope to one day re-write the novel with a more scifi feel to it.It was this first completed project that sparked my creative energies, and at twenty-five, I was working on my second novel CHILD OF THE STORM. This was my first venture into the world of science fiction and proved to be a genre I liked writing. When I finished, I began plotting out a sequel STORM RISING, but due to ever changing computer technology, both the manuscript and the outline were lost to corrupt disks and non-compatible word programs.It would be another five years before I would begin writing more consistently. It was during this time that I became influenced by another genre--urban/dark fantasy. Sparked by shows like Buffy and The X-Files, I followed my imagination down another path, and between my love for science fiction and my new interest, I devised twenty or so novel ideas ranging from epics that could only be told in a series of novels, to short stories.Starting in 2007, I decided to become serious about writing, and began honing my skills with the goal of becoming a successful, published author. So far, I have written two novels, a military scifi called DRAGONSTONE and an urban/dark fantasy called THE SAINTS OF BELVEDERE ROAD, with the latter in revision. I have several short stories published online, and several more in various stages of completion.With the ever-changing face of publishing, one must keep up. I plan on self-publishing a series of paranormal novella's that will lead up to several larger books.
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  • Posted August 5, 2012

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    Interesting Storyline

    Brought to you by OBS reviewer Heidi

    Of Covens and Packs is the third installment of The Watchtower series by up and coming author, Darke Conteur. It is about a half-demon, Jezryall, and a group of humans with special gifts that live at the watchtower, where they help ghosts pass through to the other side. They function under the cover of a business, Terin Global, a cover that is about to be blown if they can’t figure out a way to prevent the truth from coming out.

    Jezryall’s demon side helps her hear the things that go bump in the night and the group is noticing an increase in evil on earth. And now to make matters worse police detective Raleigh Darch is snooping around. He thinks Terin Global has something to do with the murder investigations he is working on, but he will never believe what really caused them.

    The staff of Terin Global take a trip to the Spire and meet with the vampyres to gain access to some of their ancient scrolls looking for clues to what is causing the increase in demonic activity as they suspect it has happened before.

    Daniel and Martin also visit the nearby werewolf community, where Daniel gets a cryptic message from a ghost that has crossed back over to warn them: Find the lost ones; it’s the only way to protect the others.

    First off I have to forewarn you all that I have NOT had the pleasure of reading the first two installments of this series, The Watchtower and Under the Cover of Wicca. It took me a little bit of trying to figure out exactly what was going on and what everybody’s role in the story truly was. I’m sure I missed out on all their background stories and definitely missed out on some things that had already happened that I would love to know more about, such as the paintball gun incident and the Embassy attack. But overall I think I was able to figure out what was going on.

    I really loved the writing style the author used and I felt the book flowed smoothly and the storyline was interesting. The staff at Terin Global has a family like relationship and they have arguments and struggles like any other family. I don’t connect to all the characters the way that I would like to, but again I think that is from not having read the previous books. For some reason I am really drawn to Aslin and can’t wait to see more of him in future installments.

    I think the idea of this series is original and interesting and want to personally think Darke Conteur for creating this unique and entertaining world for us to devour.

    This review and more at openbooksociety dot com

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 24, 2013


    Good third book, Ireally enjoyed it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 4, 2013

    Anxious for book four.

    Anxious for book four.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 23, 2013


    Just finished Darkes 3rd book. Will wait impatiently for the 4th book.

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    Posted February 12, 2013

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