Dark Child (Covens Rising): Episode 1

Adina West


Dark Child (Covens Rising): Episode 1


Kat is done with being on the run, or so she hopes. A new pathology job in Paris is her big chance to start afresh, far from the Taberin Directorate who want her dead. Sure, adjusting to life as a half-vampire, half-human hybrid in transition poses its own challenges, but it’s nothing Kat can’t handle…until the past starts to catch up with her.

When she’s approached by one Taberin male from her past, she can explain it away. But add in another territorial Taberin with a newfound conscience and it’s starting to get crowded on Kat’s Montmartre window ledge. Past experience tells Kat to be cautious, especially in her vulnerable state. But how can she tell friend from foe?

Perfect for fans of The Mortal Instruments series by Cassandra Clare, Dark Child (Covens Rising) is the highly anticipated sequel to the best-selling urban fantasy novel Dark Child (The Awakening). This novella length episode is part one of five. All five episodes are also available from late August 2014 bundled as Dark Child (Covens Rising): Omnibus Edition.

Recommended Dark Child reading order is:

Dark Child (The Awakening) Episode 1
Dark Child (The Awakening) Episode 2
Dark Child (The Awakening) Episode 3
Dark Child (The Awakening) Episode 4
Dark Child (The Awakening) Episode 5

followed by

Dark Child (Covens Rising) Episode 1
Dark Child (Covens Rising) Episode 2
Dark Child (Covens Rising) Episode 3
Dark Child (Covens Rising) Episode 4
Dark Child (Covens Rising) Episode 5

OR Dark Child (The Awakening) Omnibus Edition

followed by

Dark Child (Covens Rising) 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 …