The Kindred Curse Anthology

The Kindred Curse CoverTheir very blood betrays them.

A disease passed to each new generation of descendants attracts vampires. Pieces of family history and the secrets to survival are lost as the lineage progresses. The Kindred Curse Anthology of prequels lead you back in time, revealing the root of a dynasty’s plight and a beginning that ultimately transcends the family’s end.

Consisting of five short stories, each subsequent book in this anthology is written as a prequel to the prior. The matriarch of the family, Anna Sprengel, survives a vampire poisoning. Her tainted blood is passed down to each new generation, morphing into deadly auto-immune diseases. However, no descendant can escape the magnetic pull they have toward vampires – and vampires have toward the family. Loosely based on the true story of the foundations of the Order of the Golden Dawn, Anna foresees the destruction of the world, and joins forces with a vampire in order to prevent the total loss of both races. But every member of the family in each generation must play their part. Constantly on the run from vampires, their instincts for self-preservation overcome even their kindred bonds. Anna is no longer around to ensure the prophecy is carried out by her family, but her vampire cohort, Xavier, is. Even if he can overcome the sensual pull toward Isabelle, fulfillment of the prophecy remains precarious as the future of both races is at stake.

Warning: This book contains sexual situations, and is for mature readers only.


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  1. Ok so I literally just finished this book and although I was left “aching” for another books in the series, I can understand why you ended the book the way you did.
    I really enjoyed the way you kept increasing the amount of detail in her dreams of Shawn. Thought I was a bit disgruntled at first because I had no idea what the dream meant, much like Kaitlyn.
    Such a dramatic turn of events at the end of this book that I don’t think readers would have ever seen it coming.
    The ending was heartbreaking and yet I found it encouraging to know that even in a fictional book like this, there are people out there in the world doing the right thing, no matter the sacrifice.
    Of the deaths at the end of this book, one I was of course glad to finally see, whereas the other was just not fair!
    I can appreciate that in the long run this book had a happy ending but the hero always ends up suffering it seems. Just not fair.
    Thank you for the whole series, it certainly put a new spin on the way I look at the world…..what if we really did have powers over the elements…..wouldn’t that be something?

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