Her Dark Angel of The Night - Scerina Johnson's world is flipped upside down when a mysterious man enters her life. At first he haunts her in her dreams only to find out he is indeed real and not only that, her guardian angel sent to watch over her and protect her.
But soon these two find themselves head over heels before they even realize what is actually going on as their love for one another grows all the more stronger and deeper with each passing moment. She wonders where has he been all her life since he has been watching over from the moment that she was born. A man like this is a "Once In A Lifetime Kind Of Man" who happens to be a fallen angel who is a Vampire Prince from another world.
But things are not so easy for them as his evil twin brother has evil plans for her and anyone who is close and dear to her. Their love is forbidden but they are destined to be together to save mankind as well as protect mankind.
: : WORD OF WARNING : : THIS BOOK CONTAINS HEAVY SEXUAL & ADULT CONTENT : : FOR MATURE AUDIENCE (18+) ONLY : :
The Prophecy - Now living in the vampire kingdom of Nocturnia with her dark Vampire Prince fiancé Cross Vladislad, Scerina Johnson is now a powerful witch. Learning how to hone and understand her newly received powers from her soon-to-be sister in law Fairuza Vladislad, a fellow witch of great powers who is also an Oracle.
Together they go up against the evil Vampire Queen Evangeline, who is also another powerful witch and mother to both Cross & Kain Vladislad.
Queen Evangeline will stop at nothing to have Scerina by her side so that she could steal her powers. While Kain will do anything including kill his own twin brother to have Scerina as his vampire bride.
It is foretold by an ancient prophecy that both Scerina & Cross are meant to be together for they are the great protectors of man kind. Together they will give birth to a whole new generation of vampires who will not only protect mankind but also the immortal world as well.
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