Wild Thing ☥


                                



      A female dark fantasy antihero! Let your freak flag fly! 
      She’s a bat shit feral hitwoman for a Clan of immortals, and sometimes just a girl in love with a boy destined to be her Handler. The only thing standing between them is cannibalism and intimacy induced amnesia. What could go wrong?

     No matter how far she ventured from this farm, she would always be the monster created within its walls of timber and shame. They would see what she really was. She was a murderer, a psychopath and a victim. She was all three of those things. 
     
     A comical dark fantasy romp through the afterlife with three Clans of naughty certifiably insane antiheroes who battle while collecting human teenagers as they survive the exterminations of their family lines. If they have demonstrated an impressive level of bravery during their brutal demise, they shall be granted a second chance as sacrificial lambs for the greater good. They must join one of three Clans of immortals living on earth and can be stolen at random by another Clan until their eighteenth birthday.  

    Plot twist... to prove their partially mortal brains are capable of grasping immortality, they will be dropped into an Immortal Testing, which is a simulation of their personal hells. Like rats in a maze made of nightmares and other ghastly depraved thoughts best left locked behind mortal happy place filters, they must come out mentally intact after being murdered in thousands of increasingly creative ways. 
     Take a trip into the metaphysical, spiritual world with these endearing paranormal antiheroes and wickedly titillating warriors. This will be unlike anything you’ve ever read.                                                                           She slept a dreamless sleep free of Dragons for she had slain them once again.           














   

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