An ancient evil has set the table in sisters Jo and Vicki’s small Tennessee town. Moths and butterflies stalk the vampires’ would-be victims, while an unseen tempter lures Vicki further toward a feast where she is on the menu. When Vicki disappears, gentle and sensitive Jo vows to do whatever it takes to save her-even tracking Vicki through the haunted lair and secret tunnels of a notorious, immortal killer. Will Jo and her friends stop the feast before it happens, or will they become its guests of honor?
About the Author
Alex Scott has been writing since 2000. He was chrismated into the Greek Orthodox Church in 2016, with Silouan the Athonite as his patron saint, and is currently pursuing a Master’s in Education with the goal of teaching English in middle or high school. He self-published his first novel, Thresholds of the Grand Dream, in 2017. He has spent his entire life in science fiction and fantasy fandom in some capacity; his parents even met at a convention! Having been interested in vampire lore, vampire stories, games, anime, etc., since childhood, he wrote Feast of the Sisters to explore the concept of vampires as a personification of evil in the modern era, with special homages to Bram Stoker’s original Dracula, and with an Orthodox understanding of sin and temptation.