DAUGHTER Of DARKNESS is a journey into the supernatural
world of 'what if...?' What if vampires and werewolves and
other magical creatures existed as a part of our world?
Who would police them? What if you found out you too
weren't entirely human? What if you were the key to saving
Gwyneth Stevens has to face all these questions and more
when she investigates some brutal homicides she suspects
were committed by hellhounds. The only person who can
provide the answers is Pallo the master vampire...and he
knows more than he's telling.
The story was very well written and compelling though
definitely not for the squeamish in some places, fans of
Laurell K Hamilton's earlier style will like Daughter Of
Darkness. I enjoyed the journey into Gwyneth's world but
for me there were just TOO many similarities to the world
of Anita Blake.
In modern day America, creatures that go bump in the night
exist only in books and movies, right? Wrong. The streets
are crawling with supernatural predators.
Gwyneth Stevens works for a local branch of the government
that specializes in controlling and maintaining
When a rash of hellhound related homicides sends Gwen
searching for clues, she comes face to face with Pallo, the
Master Vampire who owns Necro's Magik World & Supernatural
Theme Park. What she doesn't realize is that she and Pallo
share a past, and only he can help her discover who she