Two books in one. Amaranthine Special Editions feature two back-to-back vampire novels and a slew of “bonus features”. It’s the twenty-first century, why should DVDs have all the fun?
Two books in one: Shades of Gray and Legacy of Ghosts, the first two novels in the Amaranthine series weave a bloody tale of death, war, love and most of all vampires.
Shades of Gray: Hunted by a coven of vampires, Katelina has only one person she can trust: Jorick. But when her knight in shining armor turns out to be one of the monsters she has to examine her perceptions of good and evil to survive.
Legacy of Ghosts: For Katelina and Jorick, peace is hard to come by. Kateesha plans to fight the same battle as Jorick’s fledgling, but a common enemy isn’t enough to overcome previous betrayals. Drawn into a deathly conflict, Jorick and Katelina must let go of old regrets, or lose their future to the ghosts of their past.
What’s a special edition without special features? Includes the “Lost Chapters” from Legacy of Ghosts, the short story “How to Silence a Human”, links to downloadable content and a character gallery featuring original artwork. Why should DVDs have all the fun?
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Two novels in one: Ties of Blood and Ashes of Deceit, the third and fourth books in the Amaranthine series, continue the saga of Katelina and her new world of blood, night and vampires.
Ties of Blood: A trip to Katelina’s home starts a chain reaction; she and Jorick meet Verchiel, a too friendly vampire, then the police arrest Jorick for kidnapping. Worse, The Guild wants to question them. Will Malick, the head of the vampires, punish them? Or will the mysterious vampire following them do the job first?
Ashes of Deceit: Katelina and Jorick must rescue a captured vampire and discover who really took him. The truth isn’t easy to find. As Oren’s attack on the Guild draws closer, Jorick and Katelina are led back to the Citadel. When the flames of war ignite, can they rise from the ashes, or will they be consumed?
What’s a special edition without special features? Includes character interviews, the story of Lilith, links to downloadable content and an Executioner gallery featuring bios and original artwork. Why should DVDs have all the fun?