Victoria - Daughter of Darkness by W.J. May

Only Death Could Stop Her now

Victoria - daughter of darkness


Only Death Could Stop Her Now 

The Daughters of Darkness is a series of female heroines who may or may not know each other, but all have the same father, Vlad Montour. 

Victoria is a Hunter Vampire, one of the last of her kind. She's the best of the best. 
When she finds out one of her marks is actually her sister she let's her go, only to end up on the wrong side of the council. 
Forced to prove herself she hunts her next mark, a werewolf. Injured and hungry, she is forced to do what she must to survive. Her actions upset the ancient council and she finds herself now being the one thing she has always despised -- the Hunted. 

This is Tori's story by W.J. May. This is a novella. As a courtesy, the author wishes to inform you this novella does end with a cliffhanger. The next book coming out in early Autumn (or sooner) will continue the story. 

***This is an adult book series and does contain scenes for readers that are 16+***

Genre: FICTION / Science Fiction / General

Secondary Genre: FICTION / Romance / General

Language: English


Word Count: 23,000

Sales info:

The book has just gone live yesterday. There is potential to translate the second book in the series if you are interested. Most of my books have all reached best selling status on Amazon and ITunes. I expect the same from this one too.

Sample text:

“Chapter 1
The howling of the wind muffled another type of cry, which pierced the night air. I leaned over on the tree branch where I perched. Another scoundrel had been caught. They were getting harder to find these days. Time had caught up with the hunters. All the others had grown smarter or, more likely, run and hid. Survival of the fittest.
Vampires were the strongest species. I believed it without a doubt.
A branch snapped about forty feet away from me. I tensed and held my breath. I moved my arm to collect an arrow from behind me and nestled it into the bow. The black leather outfit I wore fit tight but snug. It made no sound, just moved like part of my body. All the hunters wore the same material. Another sound had me swinging the bow and aiming it a few feet in front of the tree I sat in.
I blinked and focussed, trying to determine if the noise maker below me might be friend or foe. Vlad preferred to kill first, then check who it was. The guy was an idiot – and also my father.
“Victoria?” Hamish called up.

Excerpt From: W.J. May. “Victoria (Daughters of Darkness: Victoria's Journey).” iBooks. 

Book translation status:

The book is available for translation into any language except those listed below:

Already translated. Translated by bruno laval
Already translated. Translated by Jana David
Already translated. Translated by Silvia Stefani
Author review:
highly recommend!
Already translated. Translated by Alex Wu
Author review:
fantastic to work with!
Already translated. Translated by Alexandra García Galván
Author review:
great to work with!

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