Knights and Demons Complete (10 Book Boxed-Set)
This Boxed set contains all ten books that comprise Knights and Demons.
Knights and Demons is an urban fantasy, action/adventure, about one woman’s struggle to save a world besieged by demons. Each book within this series is 80-100 pages.
The story so far…
Years of martial arts training never prepared nineteen-year-old Alysia Knight for the battle she has to face. War is raging in the streets of New Jersey, and surviving the apocalypse means staying clear of monsters preying on the citizens. As a teen, Alysia never dreamed her first years as an adult would be spent fighting demons. However, as the chosen warrior of the Turevila, she must defeat them in order to save the world.
Alysia got up and peeked outside at the campgrounds. It was still chaotic out there and the hour was growing late, but she was beginning to feel a sense of urgency. Something about the kreples breaking into the camp so easily made her feel vulnerable and despite the people, the soldiers and the guns, she wanted to run, and keep on running. She looked around at the grounds to see if there were any buildings sturdy enough to withstand a charging kreple. There was the tiny barracks where the soldiers lived, but everything else was cloth and metal pipes. She was in a tent city, made to withstand weather but not a violent creature.
She ducked back inside the tent where Debdan was laying down and Jaime was looking over a map of the city.
“Hey, do you think I can keep this gun you loaned me?” she asked them, crossing her fingers that they would say yes.
“It wasn’t a loan; you’re gonna need it,” Jaime said without looking up from the map. “Tiny girl like you, everything big and badass out there. You need to keep that to protect yourself, or us, for as long as we’re together.”
She was happy to hear it and sat down to look at its features. She could see where the safety was, a switch to change the mode of fire, and a place to attach an extension to the barrel.
“That second mode allows you to depress the trigger without it overheating,” Jaime said to her as he watched her play with the gun. “See, you can fire that thing rapidly and it will get hot, but that setting makes it shoot twice every second. You can keep up a steady rate of fire, but it’s slow. Depends on the situation.”
“Thanks for being cool, Jaime,” Alysia said and he smiled at her and nodded as he went back to his map. “What are you looking for anyway?” she asked, walking over to sit in front of him at the table.
“I’m trying to see if there is a pattern with these damn things. They came from the east, like from the Atlantic, and hit us like a wave that’s trying to swallow the entire country. Only a handful of giants, but those dinosaurs are spreading faster than you can imagine.”
Alysia thought about the ritual and her capture. She wondered what it was that they had planned for her before she managed to escape. “Can those demons infect people to turn after they die?”
“Not that I’ve seen. The zombies have intelligence; they want to kill us but it’s not for food or anything like that. At the school, Debdan and I saw them slaughtering people. They weren’t taking prisoners or biting on anyone.”
“So why are you calling them zombies? They look and act more like demons to me.”