The Orcus Games: Blood Moon
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Guilty until you survive all zones…The Orcus Games is ready to put you on trial…
The lives of a witch and wizard couple, a new vampire and a rogue werewolf intertwine in three magical tales of love, loss and revenge.
The Craft - When witch and wizard couple, Heather and Phoenix make that fatal mistake on that, ‘Blood Moon’ night, they never thought they would be forced to working with a loner werewolf but…is he the only one who saw the, ‘accidental’ fatal act?
The Clan – Ardan would do anything for his wife and daughter but he could not protect them from the new blood thirsty life that was about to be bestowed onto them but what happens when he risks his immortal life for them?
The Pack – Caleb was always the werewolf that wanted more! With constant schemes and risky deals, to increase the potential of a better lifestyle, he thought his latest underground deal was the perfect idea, until he loses more than just his money…
The first book in the prequel to the, ‘Split Blood’ series, this novella is a mind-blowing magical tale of belonging, sacrifice and revenge…The Orcus Games: Blood Moon will drag you, kicking and screaming, on this deadly journey with the ill-fated prisoners.
coven they’ll blast you into oblivion…’ she purred as she appeared from behind the white willow. Dressed in a red, cropped leather jacket and matching fitted trousers, she flicked the flaming red hair from her face and came closer. I stood to attention and kept my distance as this mysterious woman introduced herself. ‘Hey, I’m Victoria. I was just having a little walk when I saw you talking to that couple, so I thought I’d have a nose… I liked your plan but it was a bit too naïve for me.’ Her
celebrate, there was a large knock on the courtyard gate and all noise and movement stopped. ‘Wait here,’ the witch ordered. She left the house and went to investigate. The knocking echoed around the yard as we all held our breath; minutes felt like hours. There was no sound to suggest an attack. The Grand Witch returned with her head held low and informed us we didn’t have much time before we were parted from our beloved children. The crowds groaned when she beckoned everyone to the centre
obstructions. Stuck in the blacked-out carriage, we all made small talk, whispering in an attempt to calm our nerves and guessed at what would happen when we got to the games. After hours of travelling through winding, bumpy roads, we came to an abrupt halt. ‘GET OUT!’ one of the guards shouted as, one by one, he dragged us out and stood us in front of an old oak tree. ‘Chain them up,’ he ordered to the other warden. The second man obliged and we were now bound to each other by the
help take our minds off our final destination. To the left of us sat a thoughtful, pale man staring at his shoes, with an air of pain and loss. ‘What are you here for?’ Phoenix asked as the man held his head up, allowing the fiery exterior of the cave to reflect against the ferocious flames of his red eyes. He was a vampire, but there was something about him that separated him from his kind. I studied his aura as Phoenix spoke to him, and although he had the typical black hues swirling
Cathal with her gaze firmly fixed on me. I blushed with embarrassment as Eva nudged me harshly out of annoyance. I composed myself quickly. ‘We heard what happened to you last night and we wanted to check you were okay. We’d like to invite you to our quarters to welcome you properly,’ Cathal continued as I looked at him, perplexed, ‘You are aware what happened to you, don’t you?’ I shook my head in confusion and looked at Eva for any input. Victoria emerged from behind Cathal with a large