Duty

Adult
Drakyl Ranch Book Two

Sequel to Discovery

They’ve been safe for decades, but now the drakyl of Drakyl Ranch must fight for their lives and the lives of their human relatives against the vilest creatures to inhabit the earth: Vampyr. Even though Drakyl Ranch now has four full drakyl, it might not be enough to fight off the new horror the vampyr unleash. More

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About Thianna Durston

T uses the following pronouns: Xs, Xys, Xem, Xemself

Thianna Durston is a writer by day and supernova by night. Or at least that’s what the faeries tell xem. And who is xe to deny those pesky *cough* lovely little creatures?

Xe lives in the Pacific Northwest, though xys heart belongs elsewhere. In the meantime, until xe can return to the place xe calls home, xe happily lives in a city that still thinks it’s a small town. Thankfully, it has given xys muse lots of amusing places to start a story.

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About the Series: Drakyl Ranch
The Drakyl cousins thought they were human, until a stranger showed them what they truly were: drakyl—descendants of night travelers and blood drinkers. The first to transition, Aaron was the eldest and strongest. Joined with Jaret, an ancient drakyl, he took charge of his uncle’s ranch and younger cousins after his uncle died, while fighting off attacks by nearby vampyr. As each of his cousins transformed from human to immortal and found their companions, Aaron fortified their defenses while their enemy continued to encroach upon their land.

While vampyr attacked them for no other reason than that they hated drakyl, for Aaron and his cousins, this was a fight for their lives, their lovers, and their way of life. For this particular vampyr had no intention of stopping. In fact, his plan was far worse than they ever considered. If they didn’t stop him, it wouldn’t just be them that would be destroyed, but quite possibly the entire drakyl race.

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