The Van Helsing Impetus – Excerpt No. 58

“When did you find out about Ada?” Clara asked.

“You mean more than rumours and innuendo?” Evelyn confirmed. “I think we were formally introduced in the seventies. We are both considered new to this life, so we seldomly include our lineage into the mix.”

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

She was curious on how high society for vampires worked. The Tower focused on anatomy, tactics and how to kill vampires, even when disadvantaged by their humanity. That was the reason why hunters generally hunted in pairs at first, to improve their odds and better fend off a foe.

“A duc actually,” Evelyn said flatly. “He died in my arms, by my own hand, but that’s not the point. Ada and I did not exchange family history or vampiric lineage. First names were enough.”

“You didn’t notice a family resemblance?” Clara asked before taking another sip.

Picture of a woman's face with fangs, sharp nails, and a glow in her eyes. Image by Lino Lombardi from Pixabay.
Disclaimer: This excerpt from The Van Helsing Impetus is currently in development. There may be typos, errors, omissions, inconsistencies and so forth. The image is sourced from Pixabay.



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