Sequel to "The Legend of Layla"
Layla's mysterious vampire-like disease turns out to be an ancient Fairy-made biological weapon. It has been released by separatists and now threatens not only the delicate balance of the treaty between magical beings and humans, but also mankind itself. A desperate race to find a way to cure the disease before it falls into the wrong hands breaks out and the stakes couldn't be higher.
In the snippet below, biochemist Miranda Leben has just been hired by the CDC to head up the efforts for finding a cure to vampyrism before the plague spreads. She has shown up to her first day on the job to find her parking space miles away in the Georgia heat. After trudging through it, she is desperately trying to find confidence to march in to her new job:
--Miranda Leben's First Day on the Job--
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An Unbidden Visitor by Dianne Ascroft Narrator: Elizabeth Klett Published by Self-published on 11-21-17 Genres: Fiction , Historical Length: 32 mins Source: Audiobookworm Buy on
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