A war-torn city. A new, violent race. A blood-lust that will not be quelled.
3000 years ago, Cassandra and Paris ushered in the dawn of Vampire mythology . . . and the ancient world paid the price.
Cassandra and her cousin Artemis abandoned their war-ravaged planet in search of Artemis’s twin brother Apollo. On Earth, their ethereal beauty and mesmeric personalities makes them gods. But this promised land is far from perfect, and they are thrust into a vicious human conflict, even as they battle their own terrifying new blood lust.
When Paris, Prince of Troy, abandons his post in Greece and runs away with the Spartan queen, Helen, the entire ancient world is thrown into chaos. Can Paris redeem himself, or is all hope lost for Troy and its prince?
This is Homer’s Iliad as you’ve never seen it before . . .