February 1476 …
The victorious army followed the Drina River upstream, Serbia on the left bank, Bosnia on the right. As the host advanced, mountains rose along the river, their snowy forests thick and foreboding. Grey mists stretched forth their tendrils from the undergrowth, ascended from the emerald waters and tumbled down the mountain slopes in avalanches of billowing cloud.
The morning fog’s caresses gave way to a stronger embrace that drove the sun from the valley’s depths and brought twilight at midday. The vapor entered the soldiers’ nostrils and lungs, under their armor, beneath woolen undergarments, as it whispered that the valley belonged to no man, that evil awaited those who dared desecrate its precincts. But the army paid scant heed, blinded by greed.
‘Kiss of the Butterfly’ sounds as though it has something for everyone and doesn’t fit into any particular genre. There is romance, adventure, and it is definitely a thriller. What is the relationship between vampires and butterflies? and what happens if a vampire bites you?. Spoiler alert – just any old stake won’t kill a vampire.
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