The year is 1610. When Druid Vampire, Derek Dearg, hears a rumor about his Archenemy being in the New World he sneaks aboard a colonist ship heading there from England. The only problem is, Derek didn’t count on half the crew being Scottish werewolves.
Derek finds himself in a rather sticky situation not long after, tied to a stake and awaiting the sunrise that will surely burn him to ashes. His luck changes when an otherworldly creature comes to his rescue - a deer woman.
Awentia bears an uncanny resemblance to Derek’s dead wife whom Slaine killed centuries ago. With her striking apple-red hair, Awentia is as beautiful as she is deadly with her bow.
Derek feels a strange connection between himself and Awentia, and is reluctant to leave her behind to continue his quest for vengeance. Suddenly, Derek is thrown into the middle of a shifter war between the Deer People of the Catahecassa Tribe, and the werewolf clan. Will he discover the truth behind the deer woman’s identity before it’s too late?
Author’s Note: Druid Vampire and the Red-haired Deer Woman is a short, steamy and action-packed stand-alone prequel that takes place before the events that occur in the full-length novel Druid Vampire. For those interested in seeing how Derek’s adventures continue Book 1 is FREE! The audiobook for this short story is coming soon, and the full-length audiobook is already available!
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About the Author
Author KuroKoneko Kamen (Black Kitten Mask) has always had an interest in Japanese culture from folktales about yokai (ancient demons) to anime and manga. As a result of being an otaku a lot of her stories are set in Japan or have a Japanese theme. Even when in the midst of a pirate novel expect a samurai warrior to be thrown into the mix. Her latest passion is paranormal romance and she’s written stories where ghosts, demons, and angels find love. Keeping her company as she writes are her several dogs and cats, some of which are rescues (now including a pet turtle someone wanted to make a soup out of). To keep updated on new stories and specials visit the author’s facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/authorkurokonekokamen.