Birthrights by Christine Butler
(The Awakening Trilogy)

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Book One of the Awakening Trilogy

In the middle of the night Caislyn Vadoma auto-sketches a scene in which her parents are kidnapped from the family bookstore. She awakens in the morning to find that her sketch, a rare glimpse into the future, has already become reality.

Jasmine DeLaney leaves her life behind when an abusive boyfriend puts her in the hospital. She becomes Jaxon, an art consultant in a new town, always looking over her shoulder for the danger she knows will catch up to her eventually.

As Caislyn scrambles for clues to her parents' whereabouts, she casts a spell that leads her to Jaxon. From the moment they meet, the girls are emmersed in a world of chaos and secrets. Finding out they are part of a very dangerous prophecy not only has them on the run, but discovering their own hidden pasts as well.

While trying to come to grips with who they are, how they fit into this prophecy, and where Caislyn's parents are the girls must also face the fact that the stalker vampire who appears to be helping them, may just be putting them in more danger.

The trilogy continues with murder, mayhem, sorrow, a corrupt brotherhood, and one hell of a secret/conspiracy that could change the world forever. Caislyn and Jaxon are the powers to either bring this secret into the light or protect it forever!

About Christine Butler

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Christine M. Butler was born into the life of a military brat in Dec. 1975. She has been a soldier, a prison guard, wife, mother, store manager, and an editorial assistant for a local newspaper. All of it has been fodder for her creative mind.She currently resides in South Carolina with her children and a very wild lion-head rabbit named Mr. Fuzzy Bumpkins.Christine's first book, Birthrights and the bonus edition (which includes 3 bonus short stories) are available now! She also has a short series, The VooDoo Follies, that is underway. The Source, part one of The VooDoo Follies, is available online now.Christine is also a book blogger. To check out her book reviews or to find out more about Christine or her books head on over to
Published April 6, 2011 198 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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