In sixteen years, Bay-Lee has lived under multiple aliases, learned to fight with a variety of weapons, and has lied to everyone she’s met. Nothing surprises her anymore—or so she thinks. Then she gets two unexpected visitors in one night: a dead rock star and a reaper. The reaper issues a warning: It kills you on your birthday.
Only he doesn’t just mean her. Hunters are being slaughtered, good hunters, people who know what they’re doing. What chance does she have?
This isn’t the greatest time to be a hunter-in-training, but her father insists she join him at his secret school tucked away in New Zealand. As a descendent of the Van Helsing family, big things are expected of her. She won’t be getting special treatment, regardless of what the other students think.
Passing her classes and showing off her skills in battle take a backseat to survival. She must face wraiths, a shifter in disguise, and a hostile young man who hates her on sight. What is his problem anyway?
A dark prophecy looms closer, and students begin to die. Her mentor, Nick Gallos, knows a lot more than he’s willing to share. Like it or not, they will have to work together to save their fellow students, teachers, and each other.
They are destined to fall in love… but will they live long enough to find happiness? Or will they die on their birthdays?
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Kasi Blake is a YA Paranormal Romance/Urban Fantasy writer with a semi-serious addiction to shows like Supernatural, Vampire Diaries, and Grimm. Don’t judge. She also believes no one can have enough books or Funko Pops. Born in sunny California, she now lives on a farm in the Midwest with a dog, two cats, ducks, chickens and cows. Her love for animals is well-known and often makes people roll their eyes when she worries about a deer walking too close to the road or a baby cow that got separated from its mother. She collects experiences like other people collect coins and stamps. Eventually they find their way into her books. She has bottle fed a baby cow, pet a mountain lion, hiked a mountain trail in winter, and learned how to shoot a variety of weapons. When she has the time, she haunts local bookstores, hangs out with friends, and tries to catch up on her sleep. Most of the time she is hard at work on her next novel. Her advice to readers: hang in there. The book is on its way!