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East Gate Moonlight Blood

By Charisa Martin TWA All Rights Reserved ©

Scifi / Action

Prologue

Ten Years Ago there was an attack on the prestigious school of East Gate: Supernatural Academy. Director Faustin J. Lake did all that he knew how to protect the students of the school and his family. Garrett DeFalco successfully turned himself into the most powerful creature of their time, a chimaera. Not knowing how to control the power was his downfall and led to his death. Faustin Lake, along with the help of Hades: Lord of the Underworld, and Aries: God of War defeated the deadly biotech from destroying their homes. Now a new problem has arisen. Vampires. Oh the cliché creature that only comes out during the night to stalk the innocent and kill them as well. But, there is a dark past in this story of vampires.

Their king, Barnes Julian, was a corrupt man and like father like son, Amble Julian became just as corrupt selling his blood to gain supporters. Cruor (blood) is selling through the roof supplying ethízo̱ (blood addicts) within the walls of Tempos. As if the students and staff didn’t have enough to worry about with the rise of the vampire king, they also have to take into consideration the LoganView Order. The LVO was created as a peaceful police force to help those with supernatural abilities. It was in the care of Aurora LoganView (now Aurora Helix) until her father, the creator, Maximus LoganView, came back from a long winded sabbatical. He poses yet another threat to our beloved characters. Our story starts with Agent Phenton Helix and ends with King Amble Julian.

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