The Time Walker team is now in ancient Egypt. They don't knowing they have been followed by the most fearsome hunter of the dark Nephilim, no lnger faithful to his old Masters. He wants to find Dana for his own purposes. Will the Time Walkers find the path that leads to the Watchers, the forefathers of the Nephilim race? Will they find Merit who has accidentally fallen 3300 years back in time? Merit's daughter Shuet stays in the shadows of the court of Amenhotep III and Tiye, growing into her powers. Can she escape an enemy who patiently weaves his web around her?
Author (Nephilim Quest -series with the pen name Leena Maria), Egyptologist, artist and positive thinker. My website is at www.leenasbooks.com - you can join my reader team there to get free books and exclusive materials about my books.
"OK, so here's the modus operandi of the typical vampire. They find a couple who are very much in love. They turn one of them into a vampire, and then promise the other one a life alongside the infected one, if they are prepared to give up all their possessions - and allow themselves to be bitten as well. The one who is still currently human believes their love has remained intact, despite the change. And in the early stages that might be the case. It's not long before the newly transformed vampire begins to lose any nobler emotions, though, and all that is left is a desire for more possessions, and power, and blood. You can see the parallels with dark Nephilim in that respect. But the ones who fall into this trap have willingly given their possessions to a vampire lord - or lady - and are now their servants. One more killer amongst them, obedient only to their master."