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Rite World: Vampire Wars: Complete Series
- Narrated by: Candace Joice, Maxx Pinkins
- Length: 20 hrs and 14 mins
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Supernaturals around Portland are turning up dead. I’m next…if the vampire I just made a powerful bond with doesn’t kill me first.
Magic is in a short supply for a half-witch like me, which makes things very difficult when I’m bound by a blood promise to avenge my parents.
With no leads left to follow, I make a bargain with a demon for help. Bad decision. The quest the demon sends me on binds me to a vampire named Killian, a half-mad, half-naked monster who hates my guts almost as much as he longs to drink my blood.
Killian swore to kill all witches on sight, but we agree to work together to solve the murders ravaging the city. He despises me, and I can’t stand him… but there’s an unexpected connection between us, something I can’t help but be curious about.
No, I can’t let anything distract me. Not even a hot and enraging vampire who presses all of my freaking buttons. I’m determined to find my parents’ killers, and stop the chaos taking over the supernatural world.
If only love didn’t get in the way.
A delicious slow-burn enemies to lovers series, Rite World: Vampire Wars is a new adult urban fantasy that’s full of dark romance, adventure, and twists you won’t see coming. Fans of Linsey Hall, Leia Stone, and Jaymin Eve are going to become obsessed with this brand-new paranormal series by Juliana Haygert!
The Darkest Vampire (Book 1)
The Darkest Witch (Book 2)
The Darkest Magic (Book 3)
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- Anonymous User
Not too shabby!
I enjoyed this series. I’m on the final book at the moment. I feel like Lavenia can’t catch a break and she seems like such a good person. She can’t even come to grips with all she is capable of because someone is always out to get her. I hate this for her, but she always finds a way to change her situation instead of sitting and crying all the d@mn time like most of the main female leads in books.