The Van Helsing Impetus – Excerpt No. 401

“We were formally introduced in the seventies. Ada and I are both considered new to this life, so our exchange did not include our lineage,” Evelyn said.

“You mean you didn’t start off telling her you’re the daughter of a king?” Clara asked.

She was genuinely curious about the inner workings of vampiric high society. The Tower focused on anatomy, tactics, and how to destroy them. Humans were severely disadvantaged in the conflict, which is why most hunters hunted in pairs, to improve their odds.

“A Duc, actually,” Evelyn said flatly. “He died in my arms, by my hand, but that’s not really the point. We are essentially children in the eyes of elder vampires. Hence, we exchanged first names only.”

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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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