Love, Betrayal, Redemption - Follow damaged Homicide Detective Reg Martin as he is forced to investigate a case that could save or end more than his career. To do so he must put aside his fears and accept the unimaginable - Vampires are real.
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Toronto, 1990: the city is booming and witha nightlife second to none. Welcome to the home turf of Reg Martin, a Homicide Detective considered damaged goods by his peers. Turning to alcohol after his partner is killed under unexplained circumstances, Reg's career and marriage lay in ruins. Despite his soiled reputation, he is requested by his former employer, the RCMP, to investigate the murder of one of their own. The case is a deal breaker and could save or end more than just his career.
Still, Reg is reluctant to thake the job. Haunted at night with visions of the friend he couldn't save, tormented each day by news reprots about a spate of brutal murders, the victims drained of blood. Reg knows there is a link between these crimes and his missing partner. To find the answers he must go it alone, and the chain of evidence leads him to a night club called "The Afterlife."
Suddenly, the action intensifies as bodies disappear and Reg realizes that he is being shadowed by a mysterious figure. Out of options, he must put aside his fears and accept the unimaginable. Vampires are real and he will have to befriend one of them if he hopes to survive a war with a vampire queen and her bloodthirsty followers.
Love, Betrayal, Redemption - Blood Promise is an adult story, graphic and unsttling. A hell of a read, building with instensity from the beginning to the end.
The woman's eyesstayed focused straight ahead, her expression deadpan as she spoke. "The naked body of a male was found in a narrow alley in the heart of crowded Chinatown today." Her voice came across emotionally detached, practiced. "This is the third murder this month, in what police consider unrelated incidents to occur in the city's downtown core. The police are asking the public for their assistance. If anyone has information related to any of these deaths, please contact..."
A control bar appeared in the lower left-hand corner of the television screen, coupled wit the caption 'VOLUME'. As the bar shortened, the sound from the television's speakers muted leaving the woman without a voice.
"Not tonight you bastard!" Reg Martin yelled, at the bedroom walls. "Not tonight."