Crystal Falls by Annemie Byleveld

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"Payton has always been taunted by dreams so vivid and real that it haunted
her waking days. Going in search for a place she belonged was the step she
feared the most. But it turned out to be the easiest one of all. Her father was
a werewolf, her mother a witch turned vampire. Before she knew it, she got
involved in a world filled with magical, supernatural beings. Her journey
toward the truth became even darker, filled with blood-filled rivers, hidden
spells, and love so strong it consumed her. Caleb might be another vampire,
but he was also the one who loved her from the moment he saw her as a tiny
baby. When death is the only way to keep on living, Payton’s choice became
a war worth fighting for. Immortality seemed to be a sweet victory."

About Annemie Byleveld

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Since the moment I could hold a pen and scribble down a few words, I've been in love with story writing. I've been writing since primary school and loved telling stories to my family and friends. They always teased me and called me a dreamer, but writing has been something very emotional and personal to me. I've written a couple of novels in my native language (Afrikaans) and wrote one with the ATKV writers blog a couple of years back. But "Crystal Falls" was the one that stood out, and I just knew I had to work harder in getting this story told. It took me two years and a lot of sleepless nights filled with thousands of stories in my head, until I was finally pleased and proud of my work. I grew up and am still living in South Africa, one of the prettiest countries, with glorious sights, impressive landscapes, and sunny weather. For the first time in my thirty-six years on this earth, I'm ready to pursue a dream, and I'm loving the fact that I can now share my dreams with the entire world.
Published May 23, 2013 by AuthorHouse. 634 pages
Genres: Romance, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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