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Set in the current century, "Issla" is a world of vampires, intrigue, and sexual congress. There are two species in the vampire race. 'True Bloods', or born vampires, can procreate and are born with natural powers that strengthen with age. Mortals that have been 'Turned', or 'Undead', are sterile and generally only have a few abilities.
Issla is an Egyptian Vampire of a royal family who hasn't left her pyramid in over 50 years. Due to the depredations of vampire hunters her Clan is almost extinct and Issla fears that the last three vampires of her clan may be the last of their race.
Awakening to find her Grandfather dying and afraid for her life, she flees to Beverly Hills in California. Knowing her time may be short, Issla begins to build her defenses.
Her grandfather’s murderer is frantically searching for her and the family relic she is in possession of. The 'Medallion Of Annubis' allows its wearer to travel to the world of the dead and leave with anyone they choose, forever changing history.
With the aid of her accountant, she is able to contact 'The Order Of The Serf' who are indentured mortal servants to the Vampire race. Through them she is sent a companion with whom she enters into a 'Blood Pact', making them a vampire.
Strategically enlisting all the help she can from the USA through Europe, she races to recruit allies for the inevitable showdown with her grandfather's powerful murderer.
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Issla's story continues!
Their children, Mishka and Uri, are now fully grown and ready to step out into the world. Robert, Issla, and Anna watch and plan as the Cartel grow apace with their children. Having planned a new Coven in Las Vegas they find obstacles at every turn. Enemies, old and new, arise from the woodwork like flies from a corpse… and the Las Vegas Mob is the least of their problems!
Battling their enemies while trying to keep their children safe, the Devonivich trio find themselves facing the worst problem of all… Human knowledge of the existence of the Vampire Nation.
The second Clans and Covens novel is a fitting sequel to Issla: A Vampire in the 20th Century and a must read for all Issla fans.