OF ASHES AND RAVENS
The Blood Assassins Book 2
Legacies always start and end in blood.
Bria Allen is a vampire assassin at war against the rising Assembly of Shadows. Except, everyone thought they were dead after she burned their coven a year ago.
Dragos Hazo, a Brother of the Assembly, will do anything to stop Bria Allen, who used to be a Sister for the Assembly of Shadows, from taking down his sector...again. Even if it means slicing her head off and feeding it to the wolves. There’s only one problem, the Head Priest wants her alive.
The time has come for Bria to end the Assembly for good, or for her ultimate death. Either way, it will destroy either her or Dragos to do it.
Of Shadows and Crows
The Blood Assassin Book 1
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Bria Allen is not the ordinary vampire. In fact, she’s a Sister for the Assembly of Shadows, a coven of elite assassins who hunt rogue vampires and leave the crows to feast on their dead bodies. To be a Sister is a birthright and to be an elite assassin is a legacy, one that Bria has wanted since she was a child. Until one day, she discovers the truth.
The Assembly of Shadows isn’t what it seems.
Sava Herstoj, High Priest of the Assembly of Shadows, is the real rogue vampire. He has been plaguing the minds of bloodsuckers for years, trying to create an elite race of monsters.
Bria must face her biggest fears: standing up to Sava Herstoj and bringing shame to her family or keeping her secrets to herself. No matter which one she chooses, everyone has something to lose.
Find out what happens in Of Shadows and Crows (The Blood Assassin Book 1)
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