The Van Helsing Impetus – Excerpt No. 365

“It is,” Clara said with a nod. “You’ve been a good girl.”

There was a long pause before Evelyn replied. Clara never noticed it, because she was temporarily distracted by the sound of a door opening on the upper level. Had she caught sight of those eyes, Clara might have realised that plenty had been left unsaid.

Clara’s faith was fading because of her disillusionment over the institutions she once believed in. Whereas Evelyn’s faith was ascending, focused on the black-winged beauty before her.

“I’m more selective on who I choose to channel my dark urges on,” Evelyn said. “Although, I’ve never been one to kill needlessly. Our kind can’t hide amongst the sheep while thinning out the herd.”

Picture of a woman with wavy auburn hair out in a field, wearing an intricate dress that puddles around her feet, a crown and a black wing visible. Image by Ольга Солодилова from Pexels.

Note: The latest novel featuring Clara Grey, The Van Helsing Impetus is out now. The attached image is sourced from Pexels.


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