Dhampyr Heritage by E.G. Gaddess

1909. Four years ago Christian died. Gideon was sent to Portugal – to be safe. Now, it is time to return home, to England – to face his family, Christian’s family, and the truth of Christian’s death. But Christian does not just haunt Gideon’s memories, he’s flesh and bone – and still 12 years old – a vampyr. And then, there is Zola, with her smile and strange words, whose guardian just may be the one responsible for Christian’s current existence. 
Links to purchase: 
at http://www.eggaddess.com (use code W9BLQZDS for 2.00 discount on trade paperback) 

at Amazon (Kindle and trade paperback): http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_ss_i_0_7?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=dhampyr+heritage&sprefix=dhampyr%2Caps%2C172 

at Barnes and Noble (Nook): http://www.barnesandnoble.com/s/dhampyr-heritage?keyword=dhampyr+heritage&store=allproducts 

also available for Sony, Kobe and to download through your iTunes account. 
Or, ask for it at your local independent bookstore.

Author bio: 

E. G. Gaddess lives in Norfolk, Virginia with her husband, daughter, two dogs and the cat that rules them all. She has always put pen to paper and let the story leak out; it’s finally time to share them with the world. She writes for her daughter – who is currently in high school – and her first, independently published book, was done at the instigation (nagging) of said daughter; there are no regrets. The pen name is an amalgamation of the names of her deceased grandparents; she wishes they could have seen the book in print. To learn more, visit her web page, www.eggaddess.com, or her Facebook page, www.facebook.com/eggaddess


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