Sam and the Wolf

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The three rules of vampire survival:

1. Never leave a witness.
2. Never leave evidence.
3. Never leave a pattern.

Of course, a non-human witness will never tell.

When Sam goes out on the hunt she sees a pair of amber eyes that can help her out. A lone wolf. He might be near the top of the food chain in the wild but he can't refuse the commands of a powerful revenant like her. More

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Words: 5,920
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301459537
Tags: vampire wolf
About Lenka Dusek

Lenka Dusek was born in the Czech Republic. She immigrated with her family to the UK in 2002. Having studied English literature at university (Masaryk University, Czech Republic) she decided to take up writing, and became a freelance ghost writer for a number of UK authors.

She has had a lifelong interest in mythology. As a teenager she and a group of like-minded students were privileged enough to be able to stay overnight at some of the most notorious haunted castles in Europe, including Moosham Castle in Unternberg, Austria, and Predjama Castle In Slovenia. She has been all over Europe searching for evidence of paranormal activity, and has undertaken extensive research into vampire folklore. Her fascination for the supernatural has never waned.

Most of the characters in her works are modeled on the real people, particularly those people she traveled with and who shared her interest in the occult.

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Review by: Jason H on April 06, 2013 :
Who's afraid of the big bad wolf? Not me. I'm more terrified of the undead blood-sucking fiend lurking in the woods.
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Review by: Lucy Limerick on March 31, 2013 :
Nice Lenka. I quite liked the perspective of the wolf in this story. Often some anthropomorphism comes into play, but I didn't really get that sense in this story. Keep up the good work!
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Review by: Nicholas Sheffield on March 30, 2013 :
A bit dark, but a nice quick read
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