The planet has fallen prey to one of the most ancient and feared predators: vampires. Nothing is sacred to these bloodsucking creatures, not even old Saint Nick. Will Nick be able to fend off the vampires and make back to his shelter in time, or will even he be just another victim?
Earth languishes under the reign of an ancient evil: vampires. Even The Monster Under the Bed is wary of these bloodsucking nightmares. When his only friend disappears, The Monster leaves his haven beneath the abandoned bed to seek help. Will The Monster find what he searches for, or remain alone in what remains of the world?
The earth has fallen to the plague of blood sucking vampires that swarm the beleaguered planet like locusts. The only surviving humans are those found on blood farms; out in the rest of the new world, if you have a pulse, you’re food. The fate of the all living things relies now on the heroes of myths and fairytales. Nick Claus and the Bed Monster are joined in the third installment by Jack E. Rabbit as they begin their quest to save the Tooth Fairy from the clutches of their worst nightmares.
Sophia Pascale is a rising star at the Philly Herald. Her latest assignment sends her to the Philadelphia State Penitentiary to interview the "Raven Witch Killer," a self-proclaimed serial killer who is willing to talk...to the right people. Sophia gets more than she bargained for when she steps foot into the prison; Catherine Meara is more than she appears, and the handsome Officer Shaw is a wrinkle in Sophia's plans she didn't count on. Struggling with her past, her beliefs, and her desire, Sophia will be tested by her ordeal in the prison in more ways than one. She confronts her inner demons and the very real ones embodied in the black shapes perched above the prison entrance...and etched into the skin of her enemy. Will Sophia find true love and launch the story of her career? Or will she be yet another victim of the "Raven Witch Killer"?
Eva Dunbar is afflicted with an unusual ability: she is the hand that writes for the dead. Her latest brush with the other side has her writing the words “dead in the water” over and over in her notebook. Unnerved and unable to share her strange life with others, she is ostracized by her peers. Once upon a time, though, Eva was best friends with golden boy and now high school hero, Jesse Williams. Now he’s wormed his way back into her life, and she’s not sure if that’s a good thing or not. Will Eva be able to trust Jesse with her secret? Will Jesse help Eva, or abandon her again? And will Eva ever find out what “Dead in the Water” really means?
Where do you put your faith?
When ChrissyBell loses the only father she has ever known, will his teachings and faith sustain her? Childhood can be such a confusing time, especially when your biological father is absent. Christina (ChrissyBell to her closest friend) never knew hers, but Universe sent a replacement in the form of Indian Jim, who taught her the ways of his people. Her life path, and spirituality, were written in the lines of his hands and the words on the petals of flowers.