The Vampire's Gift

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Part 1 of The Sun Aegis.

Anna, a knight, lies grievously injured on the battlefield. Out of nowhere, a mysterious woman named Camille saves her, and whisks her far away.
As Camille nurses Anna back to health, Anna begins to tell Camille the story of her life - her life as a knight in a land filled with humans, werewolves, merfolk, and vampires. More
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About E. H. Lau

Just someone trying to write something decent.

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About the Series: The Sun Aegis
~ Once more, a knight sets forth, hoping to regain something that she had lost - justice. ~

Anna's mentor, Isabelle, had always taught her that being a knight was about justice and protecting the people.

But, that was a long time ago.

Now, a new king has been crowned, and he cares naught for justice nor his people. Ordered to do so, Anna reluctantly joins the other human knights in a campaign to massacre and drive out the werewolves, the merfolk, and the vampires - destroying the peace between the four species.

Having lost her way, Anna continues fighting for this rotten king. That is, until she fell in battle.

As she laid there, on the battlefield, an unexpected saviour whisks her far away.

Having been given a second chance, and no longer bound to that rotten king, Anna sets out to find her way back to the justice that she had lost - hoping to atone for her sins, and to protect the people from the king.

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Reviews of The Vampire's Gift by E. H. Lau

GeckoEtsu reviewed on July 30, 2019

The Vampire’s Gift is an intriguing well-paced fantasy story that follows a lost warrior through a journey of redemption, discovery and best of all, unlikely friendship. It’s the first of (hopefully) many in the series and an excellent promise of an adventure that will have you hungry for more. E. H. Lau takes readers into a well-developed mythical world and paints the imagery without being wordy. The characters are likable and grow as the story progresses. Read The Vampire’s Gift for intrigue, fantasy and smooth narration.
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