As a demon, Iago Wick has made quite a career out of conjuring mischief and mayhem in the name of Hell, but this time, perhaps he’s gone a bit too far.
After deliberately foiling the plans of a spoiled vampire—all in the name of fun, really!—Iago discovers that the vampire in question is no ordinary bloodsucker. She’s the newly-appointed matriarch of one of the oldest vampire families in America, and she’s very angry.
Soon, Iago is caught in a war with the vampires and their cyborg servants. Will he settle his score with the clan of bloodsuckers or will Iago find himself at the mercy of the Vampire Queen? What precisely is the matter with those strange cybernetic servants, anyway? And most importantly, will Iago ever get the smell of garlic out of his clothes?
"Iago Wick and the Vampire Queen" is a 17,000-word short story prequel to The Lovelace & Wick Series.
Jennifer Rainey is a sometimes-author, sometimes-folk singer from Central Ohio who has always had a love for fantasy, history, and the paranormal. She is woefully dependent upon tea and simply cannot drive past an antique mall without stopping.
Ms. Rainey--having confronted, befriended, and frequently dined with her own demons--is very fond of writing about other demons. She's currently writing the tales of Mr. Lovelace and Mr. Wick and hopes you enjoy reading of their adventures.
You can learn more about The Lovelace & Wick Series by visiting www.jenniferraineyauthor.com.