What evil still lurks in the heart of Transylvania?
Every night, Alan Dexter has the same dream: being seduced by his former colleague Christina when suddenly, two of her perfectly white teeth turn into fangs and tear into his flesh.
Dexter is always the skeptical journalist, but his feeling that Christina must be in danger only grows when he discovers she disappeared over two months ago in the mysterious Carpathian Mountains. Can Alan solve the mystery and find Christina in time?
Brian L. Porter's Kiss of Life is a thriller that explores the nature of evil, and what monsters live within our own minds.
Dexter woke from a deep sleep, his brow covered in sweat, his body shaking. His hair was matted and tousled from tossing and turning in his sleep. He leaned over to the side of the bed and turned on his bedside lamp. The sound of rain hammered on his bedroom window, a storm that reminded him of his time in the Carpathian Mountains over a year previously. The sound of the wind hurling the raindrops against the glass pane reminded him of the cause of his sudden awakening.
It was the dream again, the same one that had haunted him in recent months, and had its roots in his visit to Romania a year previously. It never changed and never ceased to elicit the same response in him. Dexter, the man who’d been so sceptical of anything remotely connected to the supernatural until his visit to Romania and his meeting with the beautiful and enigmatic Christina Radaluć had changed a lot of his beliefs as a result.
Already translated. Translated by Mel Blumen