Eternal Rising, Vol. 1 (HardCover Edition) US
A child born to fulfill an ancient Egyptian prophecy...
The Council seeks to destroy her.
The Elders wish to save her.
And one man is sworn to protect her.
Auriyanna Delmar has always been a part of a world that she never knew existed. The normal life she tries to live as a dancer in New York City is often anything but. At odds with her surroundings, Auriyanna's dreams seem more real than her life ever has.
After moving on from a childhood plagued with her father's drunken fits of rage, she hopes for a better life in the big city, far from her past. But something was wrong. As she attempts to fulfill her dreams and aspirations, her past follows dangerously close behind her...
Auriyanna never understood who or what she truly was until she met Damion Villarreal. Inexplicably drawn to Damion, she can no longer fight to keep the veil between her past and her present closed-and the harder she tries, the more immersed in her past she becomes. If she is indeed the key to Damion's salvation and that of his kind, then only she can save them from the monsters they proclaim themselves to be. Some want nothing more than the bloodlust to end-for Sekhmet's curse to come to an end-but not all of them want peace...
Take a journey from the streets of New York to the great pyramids of Egypt to the forests of British Columbia to find the answers Auriyanna seeks-follow her on her perilous journey through the world of the living and that of the living dead.
Is she their salvation? And if she is, is she strong enough to survive?
From the Editor:
"Eternal Rising is a tour de force of a modern day vampire story. Combining mythology, physics, Egyptian history with a dash of Sex in the City results in an engaging and sometimes racy read.
Eternal Rising takes the reader from the streets of New York to the great pyramids of Egypt and to the forests of British Columbia to find the answers that Auriyanna seeks, and to resolve our own questions about loyalty and enduring love.
Hardcover (Dust Jacket): 472 pages
Publisher: Triple Moon Publishing; 1 edition (August 5, 2013)