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A self-proclaimed vampire hunter, Gavin Moxley, has made it his mission to slow the spread of vampirism through intercourse and existing transmitted diseases by following infected prostitutes amid their transformation. Content on being alone and broke in his crusade, Gavin meets a young girl, Solstice, with vampire powers and none of the drawbacks.Torn between his hate for vampires and his love for human life, Gavin decides to protect Solstice, something that he is supposed to detest the most, with the agreement of protection in exchange for information on those spreading vampirism, both go on a personal crusade to end the infection. However, there is more to Solstice than she lets on as Gavin's humanity and faith come into question.
Solstice is the first entry of a four-part series, aptly named, The Solstice Chronicles.
Confined to an old plantation home for several days, Gavin and Solstice are forced to wait and hide from the vampires that stalk them every night for Solstice's blood until daybreak. Unbeknownst to them, the remnants of the house inside are even more terrifying than what lies in wait outside.
Solstice's body is maturing faster than her mind and her feelings for Gavin are beginning to blossom. Meanwhile, Gavin is living with the memories of his deceased family, but the apparitions that appear before him resembles that of his dead daughter, makes him question his own sanity. Lying in wait to escape from the ghosts that inhabit the inside and outrun the vampires waiting outside, Solstice and Gavin must overcome their shortcomings and rely on one another, and others, to survive and prepare for the future.
“Equinox”, the second chapter of The Solstice Chronicles, ups the ante and no one involved will come out the same.
Set several years after Equinox's events, the world is now in the middle of a pandemic. People hide in their houses at night and fear to reproduce from the rising vampire threat, both physical and biological. Solstice's crusade to bring hope to humanity is put on hold as news reports begin to claim that the "undead" has been seen by residents and local law enforcement. As Solstice and her crew travel to investigate the strange phenomenon, they encounter something more terrifying than vampires…humanity and what we are capable of.
The end is here, and the final confrontation begins... Picking up mere moments from where Ecliptic ended, our heroine, Solstice, decides to leave her team behind to search for the one person that can help them win against Leland Centino and the faux pharmaceutical company known as AEONIS. Meanwhile, our remaining clutch of vampire heroes set out on their missions, leading them to a dreary community riddled with pain and disease. Solstice seeks answers from the past to aid humanity's survival for the future in this explosive final chapter in The Solstice Saga. Worlds will collide in this closing chapter of The Solstice Saga as the decisive battle to save humanity leads to a crescendo of explosive events that will end in blood and tears.
Emily Sinclair is a teacher in seclusion, reeling from the loss of several of her third-grade students by the hands of a shooter that opened fire on several classrooms within Marie-Glen Elementary. While dealing with the anxiety of leaving her home and facing the people of the town, Emily is terrified by what is waiting for her outside that takes the shape of shadowy figures resembling her deceased students and the ghostly kids that she refers to as “the pales” that get closer to her with every step she takes. With her sanity in question, Emily seeks help from a psychiatrist, Paul Cusick, as she tells her story of being an educator of children that seemed unteachable to that fateful day in October. However, sometimes what we perceive as reality is skewed.
A Chemically Imbalanced Romance:
Confined to the third floor of an old psychiatric ward located in a hospital on the verge of shutting down, Mason Phillips walks the same hall alongside others that have afflictions that range from obsessive compulsive disorder to schizophrenia. Based on the belief that he does not need help for what ails him mentally, he finds solace in a young woman that sleeps in the room across the hall.
Enamored with a woman that he knows nothing about, Mason is faced to converse with other patients about their addictions and phobias as he tries to come to terms with his past and understand others.
Sometimes the people that seem different can be the ones that understand the most.
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