ECO, WINNER eFestival of Words, 2014 BEST VILLAIN is featured!
Books 1 and 2 of The Blackstone Vampires features a villain called Eco. Eco is beyond a bad-ass. He is a demon cursed with madness. Why the madness? Well, Eco can distinguish truth from lies.
He won for best villain (The House on Blackstone Moor) at eFESTIVAL of words, 2014
He became so popular because of the first book, I agreed to do a second featuring him. That was a real challenge. How can a demonic being with no good in him, be the star of his own book? What kind of story would he tell?
He tells plenty, in fact, his story is immense. It spills over into Book 3, Unholy Testament - Full Circle.
But let's take a look at this book which is priced at 99 cents (thank you, Creativia).
Eco, swearing his love for Rose (The House on Blackstone Moor) has penned a confession listing all the sins he has committed in the course of his immortal existence. He demands she read this document. She does, she has to. He is keeping her prisoner on board a ship staffed by vampires, commandeered by him. She has no choice, her children are with her.
Rose and her children find themselves held captive on a ship staffed by vampires, overseen by the mad and evil demon Eco. The last time Rose saw Eco he tried to destroy the children, and now he tells her he loves her.
“I saw you leave the house that day, Rose. That terrible day you discovered your family butchered. I saw you…”
Eco, believing he has fallen in love with her, pens a confession documenting all sins he has committed during his immortal existence.
From Ancient Egyptian vampire cults, Roman vampire brothels, The Dark Ages, The Crusades, The Black Death of 1348, on to his meeting with the child murderer and Satanist Gilles de Rais, and concluding with his wicked, blood-soaked affair with the Blood Countess herself, Erzebat Bathory. The pages are filled with debauchery, vice and murder – how can one stained with so much blood and evil possibly be trusted?
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COMPLETE SERIES: $3.99