Ordained by Devon Ashley
(The Immortal Archives)

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Normally, the school creates the hunters - not the monsters.

Abby Sorrensten likes to play rough. Ripping the horns off the foreheads of demons, manipulating lightning and setting things on fire with the flick of your wrist can give you a serious rush. So she probably wasn't the best choice for the Order's experimental training program. Thirteen years of isolation, lack of affection and a bruised and broken body from horrendous training sessions creates more than just an exceptional fighter, it creates an evil within - an evil responsible for several deaths the night she left.

Two hundred years later Abby resurfaces as the very thing the Order trained her to kill: a vampire. A mythical demon has set his sights on the school and only the ordained hunter has the powers to face it. Unbeknownst to the Order, Abby's their precious ordained one and their only chance for survival. As much as she would love to leave them hanging, she's not willing to risk the life of Emily, a fellow friend and hunter also fed up with the organization.

But for Abby, locking herself away in a fortress with angry descendents of those she killed causes suspicions and tensions to run high. Abby must learn the demon's weaknesses for battle before the Order learns hers.

Ordained is the first novel in the urban fantasy series The Immortal Archives.

About Devon Ashley

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Devon Ashley currently resides in Texas with her son. In her free time she likes to knit, design and read an eclectic range of books. She particularly likes to write Urban Fantasy but also has Paranormal Romance in the works. Interesting Fact: Devon Ashley shares her December 16th birthday with her favorite author, Jane Austen.
Published March 19, 2011 340 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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