âKill the stoker and the shifter and the priest!â The vampire who turned Jonathan Stoker did so as a joke: what fun to turn a man named âStokerâ! But life is no joke for Jonathan. Heâs fled his family, every vampire he meets attacks him, and heâs consumed by blood urges. Ten years after his mortal life ended, the blind and striking Ariel Lockhart delivers Jonathanâs invitation to the Vampire Congregation in Boston. It isnât a request; Arielâs summoning spell warps time and space to ensure every vampire attends. Of all the many horrors Jonathan discovers at this murderous congregation, worst of all is to find his mortal son, Jake, has come searching for him. And Jakeâs just fallen in love... with a 350-year-old vampire! âKill the stoker and the shifter and the priest!â
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|Title of Fantasy eBook: VampCon|
|Release Date: 09-21-2012|
|Publisher: (Indie Author)|
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Despite the weak knees, dizziness, and dread that came with his mounting blood hunger, Jonathan Stoker moved with urgency, packing his most prized possessions: his light-weight tool kit, a couple of fake ID’s, box cutters, a bundle of cash, pay-as-you-go cell phones, Tegaderm patches, some bags of microwave popcorn, and “Crowd Control”, the 18 inch, heavy-duty pipe wrench he kept around for dealing with life’s little surprises. He tucked all of these into his convertible utility bag, a custom-made tote with a set of straps and clips that allowed him to shape it into a motorcycle saddlebag, or a backpack, or a courier bag as needed....