Publisher Description

THE DEN was inspired by actual events and their resulting, recurring nightmares.

Is it possible to run away from yourself?  No.  Skyla Jane Judge should know.

Fresh on the heels of a breakup and college graduation, Skyla Jane Judge feels an inexplicable urge to accompany an attractive stranger on a road trip from New York to New Orleans. Maybe it has something to do with what a psychic has told her about a past life. Maybe some old friends stuck between lives are waiting for her there.

Whatever the case, she gives in to the lure of Louisiana’s voodoo country and doesn’t look back. Longing for change, she uncovers a “den” beneath the haunted cobblestone streets of the French Quarter and, in the company of vampires, begins to discover her true self.

Skyla embarks on a journey to self-awareness that ultimately uncovers a secret ceremonial path to love and eternal enlightenment.  Though change is what she wanted, is she ready for the irrevocable change her “new” friends offer her? 

THE DEN (47,000 words) is Book #1 of The Vampire’s Witch Saga. Books #2 (IN THE BLOOD) and #3 (THE SEVENTH DAY) in the series are also available for sale.

Young Adult
December 9
Jennifer Abrahams
Jennifer Abrahams Pascarella

Customer Reviews

WendyKingston ,

Double space

I'd normally give this free book a 4, but one of my pet peeves is double spaced books. You are essentially getting half the pages than stated (I can never keep track of word counts). It isn't so awful for free books, but once you start paying for them, it's a bit slimy "used car salesmen tactics" for me.


Leaves u hanging

Needs a little more closer

Music2myears1234 ,


This book has a great plot, and very original story. It’s very in expected how the events play out if you are not aware of some of the New Orléans lore. However, I find that the beginning of the book could be developed a bit better as it is hard to follow at first. Also the romance between two of the characters seem off, but this may be set up for the sequel to reveal new things. Overall it’s an okay book if you looking for something unexpected!

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