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In this highly anticipated final installment, James Thomas Dubois, The Master of Whitehall himself, narrates his tale and brings the classic love story of the epic saga full circle. James recounts his journey, born in eighteenth century colonial Charles Towne and raised to be a planter like his father before him. Share in the joy when he marries the love of his life, making him complete. Suddenly widowed at the height of his happiness, he spirals helplessly into the depths of endless grief. Stand fascinated with him when Charlotte Ann bestows upon him the Gift of Life and reveals the true Fountain of Youth. Travel with him across the centuries as his transformation from human to vampire; untrained fledgling to powerful immortal unfolds. The story of James’ life, both mortal and immortal, illustrates the role Fate plays as it guides him toward that one special day in the twenty-first century that will forever change his life, and finally fulfill his destiny.
Dale’s Descent begins in a small mining town in western Pennsylvania, where his mortal life begins and ends. Dale recounts his story, in a soulful manner, full of hurt and disappointment as he watches all of his dreams and aspirations suddenly fade away. His descent into darkness begins as he is forced into the life of a creature of the night; compelled to hunt and kill innocent people in order to survive. His journey spans decades of personal struggle in his search to find answers to why he was attacked and taken. Finally, left all alone, he wanders in a seemingly empty world, a lost boy – unknown and uncared for – searching for a way of escape. When Dale is discovered by the Charleston Coven, he is stunned by the revelation of an immortal life that was his all along. He begins to grow and mature with his new found family. He finds happiness and his life changes with the discovery of a teacher, a lover, and ultimately an eternal mate in this story of a boy that was lost and found again.
After the brutal murder of her parents, Katelyn Corbin, a twenty-one year old college senior, must face the prospect of resuming her life. Soon after arriving in historic Charleston, SC, Katelyn meets James Dubois a handsome young widower and wealthy patron of her school. The chemistry is instantaneous between the two of them. James, living alone in the beautifully restored colonial plantation of Whitehall Manor, is a mysterious man, with an old world aristocratic bearing. But James is not the man Katelyn thinks, and as their love grows, she begins to have questions. Why does a perfect gentleman seem so different? Dark secrets begin to surface and Katelyn finds that old folklore and fairy-tales are real in a world where vampires live and exist side by side with humans. Will love overcome all? Can she give up all she knows and all she is to be with him? Can she make the right decision when it comes to James, the Master of Whitehall?
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“An eloquent and uniquely told paranormal love story that is certain to become THE vampire love story of the century!”
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Book Four ~ Charlotte Ann's Coven: T he Beginning
The Epic Sage continues in Book Two when Lexi is diagnosed with terminal cancer, Lexi discovers an unexpected cure from an unlikely source and two best friends become eternal friends. Lexi voices the despair of losing one life and the joy of finding another, as she leaves behind her human life and begins her journey into a new and immortal life. She recounts the changes that take place as she enters a supernatural world she never knew existed joining Katelyn and James at Whitehall Plantation.
Lexi has much to learn about her new world as she grows and matures into the life of a fledgling vampire. Set in Charleston, SC and Savannah, Ga., Lexi sets out on an adventure of life changing proportions as she recounts the changes in her life … including first love … found … lost … and found again.
Book Two ~ Lexi's Legacy: The Epic Saga Continues
Book Five ~ James' Journey: The Interlude
In the long awaited prequel to The Epic Saga of The Master of Whitehall, Charlotte Ann Erickson has decided that at long last she must tell her story; one that is shrouded in the fog of myths and imaginations. It spans four centuries, and has been a closely guarded secret in the past. She reached this decision primarily because she feels it is long overdue for humans to hear some hard truths about the immortal world. Charlotte Ann bares her soul, giving insights into the life of a vampire. She was made in the days when life was cheap and immortals were hunters and killers. Look through her eyes as she relates her story, dispelling modern misconceptions of immortals. Step into her shoes and recognize humans as she does … creatures of no real importance outside of sustenance. Listen as she tells of her evolution over the centuries into a modern predator … and when her story is told, watch, as once again, she quietly fades away, back into the mists of folklore and fantasy.
Charlotte Ann's coven is set primarily in England and the European Mainland.
Book One ~ The Master of Whitehall: Katelyn's Chronicles
Book Three ~ Dale's Descent: A Journey Into Darkness
Veal’s writing style is somewhat different in that he writes in a niche between Gothic horror and modern day vampire literature that no other author has delved into yet. He is one of only a small handful of authors who adhere to the classical, lethal vampire instead of the more popular romanticized versions portrayed in current literature. His characters are not the modern whitewashed version of vampires but more of a cross between Bram Stoker’s vampires and the ones found in present day paranormal literature. While they are likable they are ~ NOT~ human and the body count that piles up is astounding even though the vast majority of the victims are criminals of the worst sort.
Douglas C. Meeks, Amazon Top 500 Reviewer