Some Creatures of
Myth are heroes…
Like Vlad Tepes….
Born in 1431, Vlad
Tepes is almost six-hundred years old.
History painted the man as a brutal, almost insane Romanian prince.
History probably had it right. A great man to have in a fight,
Vlad can make your
eyes bleed with a thought.
Veronica, Vlad likes to sunbathe nude.
How the mighty have
Just a few of the books with Vlad!
Coming 1st QTR 2017!
Marie Antoinette is another hero…
She lost her head
AFTER becoming a vampire.
But, someone put the
Now, she spends her
time defending both the Others, and humans.
And is quick to point
out, she never said “Let Them Eat Cake!”
Some Creatures of
Myth, are really monsters…
Like the Empousai…a cannibalistic
She is often confused with the
Lamia, another form of demon.
The Emp is extremely
hard to kill, our heroes try shooting her with lead,
silver, gold, and
hollow-point bullets filled with holy water.
work, neither does a flamethrower.
But, she can be
temporarily vanquished with insulting words…
especially about her
Meet both Marie, and the empousai,
and find out who wins this battle, in:
of Myth, you will also find possessions
that are passed down through the ages…
Like Catherine the
Great’s Ruby. It was presented to her
in 1777 by the king
of Sweden. The flawless, uncut pigeon’s-blood
ruby disappeared a
few years later.
The Ancients protect it. Because one of its
is to create zealous idolatry among humans,
using a sort of mass
hypnosis that removes freewill.
Humans would follow the holder of
no matter how insane the plot.
Discover what additional powers the ruby has, in:
The Creatures of
Myth, are OTHER!
They struggle for
freedom, for acceptance, for the right to live.
In some of the books,
they hide what they are from Humans.
But in the future, (A.D.
the Others are classified as a
sub-species of man.
To win that classification, the humanoid creatures of myth must:
*have the capacity of
*have the ability to reason
*be verified that they
can be good or inherently evil,
just like their traditional human counterparts
Once these guidelines
are proven - the humanoid Other
is given the rights and protections as a sub-species of man.
Those rights were won
during the early wars.
This means that humans have been forced
to stop killing the Creatures of Myth, for sport
and are no longer allowed to keep them in cages.
The Others have the right to be your
and your mate. Vampires and most were-creatures are Others,
so are faeries and sprites. Some Others
are warm-blooded, some cold.
Some have yet to be discovered or declare their existence.
doesn’t stop groups
like the ‘One Racers,’ humans who feel that
of man should be staked or kept in a zoo.
These groups target the Others, intent on keeping
them from procreating
and tainting pure human blood.
Never mind that over the centuries it is difficult
to find a family tree that hasn’t intermingled
their blood in one
form or another…
with either Were or Vampire, or some form of Other.
Set in A.D. 2203:
Are you ready to
start a new series?
One with vampires, were-creatures of all types,
Druid Mages, kick-ass heroines, and heroes--well...to die for?
If so, then come meet the Creatures of Myth
and also enjoy:
*Guardians of True
*Dragons - lots of
One of the best
things about Creatures of Myth,
is that many of the characters
cross into other books,
allowing you to keep up with old friends.
Do you need a little Magic in your life?
How about some laugh-out-loud fun?
Maybe just a little spine-tingling terror?
Come play with the
Creatures of Myth,
and fall in love with
something that is just a little Wilde!
Feeling the Love!
(These are) books that makes me wish I could put myself in the heroine’s place.
Engaging and sensual with a fast-paced plots and heroes who are to-die-for.
What more can you ask for? Erotic love scenes and action
that will have you on the edge of your seat? Check.
Ravyn Wilde dishes both out in spades, to my everlasting delight.
Ravyn Wilde definitely delivers.
Vampires, hunters, fantasies and conspiracies all come together
to make these some of the best stories I've read in the last few months.
The books are well written and extremely entertaining;
I can't wait to see these characters again.
~ Manic Readers
Some Creatures of Myth, are Vampire Sentinels
About Vampire Sentinels
Vampire Sentinels are leaders of the Vampyr Council
and each Sentinel is given a specific territory to rule.
The Vampires and Others in these books
still hide their existence from most humans,
as the “early-wars” referred to in A.D. 2203,
has yet to happen.
Many of the Vampire Sentinels
can be found visiting the characters in other books.
For instance, Vlad seems to popup everywhere...
for an antisocial creature,
he really gets around, even before his story has been written!
The Vampire Sentinels are tasked with keeping humans safe
from all the things that go bump in the night.
They have ISSUES, not the least of which is
finding that one perfect mate.
Then convincing them that vampires truly do exist,
and that the sensual benefits are worth not only the danger…
but centuries of extra baggage!
Set in 2005, as far as the timeline goes,
this books starts everything off!
But, remember, they are all compete books,
and you don't have to read them in any particular order!
Following the time line, this would be book number 2!
It is set in 2008.
Set in the future, in 2203!
These books are set in present time,
just a decade or so after Written in the Ruby (Vampire Sentinel).
The Paranormal community still hides,
but humans have started to figure things out.
These books focus on Druid Mages, and other magical beings.
However, supernatural creatures comingle all the time.
So, the books also have a vampire or two, a dragon, and a werewolf...
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Undying Magic is also in Magic & Myth,
as the first of three stories!
Following the time-line this book, would be number 3!
Meet Jane, a vampire slayer who is grieving for her friend.
And Ricardo, who is so much more than he seems!
Come discover why they are searching for
mermaid scales, zombie toenails, and Druid lust-sweat...