Dark Child (Bloodsworn): Omnibus Edition

Adina West


Dark Child (Bloodsworn): Omnibus Edition


With the fate of two races resting on her shoulders, Kat is determined to make the best of her forced visit to her grandmother Imara’s Napa compound, and learn all she can about the Families of Power and her newly discovered witch heritage. But she quickly learns that Imara’s word can’t be trusted. Prejudice runs deep in the old coven leader, and her grandmother remains committed to a war with the Taberin that Kat would do anything to stop.

But Imara’s war isn’t the only threat to the fragile balance between the races that has endured for centuries. Fanatical factions within the European covens plot to resurrect an ancient power best left sleeping, and the new Vodas is building his dynasty on the backs of a personal guard willing to fight to the death to give him what he wants.

With the unsolved murder of a young witch boy raising as many questions as answers, Kat is discovering blood is the key to everything, including the new Vodas’s subjection of his sworn elite.

In this world, blood is power. But blood can betray you.

An urban fantasy full of vampires, werewolves and shapeshifters, which is perfect for fans of Cassandra Clare’s Mortal Instruments and Julie Kagawa’s Blood of Eden series.

This is a full length novel. Dark Child (Bloodsworn): Omnibus Edition bundles together Dark Child (Bloodsworn) Episodes 1-5.

Recommended Dark Child reading order is:

Dark Child (The Awakening) Omnibus Edition
Dark Child (Covens Rising) Omnibus Edition
Dark Child (Bloodsworn) Omnibus Edition


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Author Information

Adina West

Adina West grew up on a remote property on Australia’s east coast, in country New South Wales. She spent most of her childhood curled up with a book, and her first teenage job was shelving books at the local library, where she was cautioned more than once for reading them instead of putting them away. Her first stories were laboriously typed up with two fingers on her parents’ old typewriter. Her dream of one day being a published writer progressed ‚Ķ