Daughter of Bathory

Ophelia Winter is a Daughter of Bathory, a woman imbued with supernatural abilities and fiendish desires by a parasite hosted inside her body. A cult of men, known as Pales, serve her, beguiled by the blessing she imparts upon them. The parasite keeps Ophelia young, but she must extract a dying worm and replace it with a more vital one from time to time, giving her immortality. This time of transference is at hand, but her domination of her hive of Pales has weakened, and thoughts of revolution stir among the men.

Meanwhile, Neva Mulroney struggles with the return of her mother, a heroin addict that disappeared two years earlier. Her mother's return causes strife among the family, but is also met with drastic retribution from a local dealer that she unwittingly wronged. As the family is endangered by their matriarch's ties to the drug world, Neva finds herself thrown into Ophelia's struggle as well, and is given a choice that will forever change all of their lives.


My Review

This book isn't your every day typical read. If you are squemish, offended by graphic violence and mature content then don't read it. However; you will be missing one hell of a book. Gripping story line from beginning to end. You do not want to miss out!

About the Author

A.R. Wise was born in Indiana and has lived in Florida, Texas, and now Colorado. He is married to an unreasonably understanding and beautiful wife and has two wonderful little girls.

He has been writing since he was young, but the daunting task of facing rejection after rejection in the traditional publishing world always kept him from pursuing his passion. The new eBook revolution has given him a chance to put his work out there for everyone to enjoy, and he has been shocked at the reception it's received!

A.R. Wise's series of zombie fiction, Deadlocked, has enjoyed massive success on Amazon. Five Star reviews continue to pour in and the success has encouraged him to continue to write. If you enjoy his work, you have the eBook revolution to thank for it!

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