Hell Sent (ebook)

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Hell Sent” is a gripping horror novel that will leave you on the edge of your seat from start to finish. Follow Eleanor Lythe as she’s thrown into a world of darkness, bitten and turned into a slave of the evil vampire race. But with the help of the Vigil, a covert branch of the U.S. Secret Service formed to fight the supernatural, Eleanor begins to master her new powers and navigate a dangerous world filled with vampires, zombies, werewolves, dark spirits, rogue angels, and almost immortal Nazis.

As Eleanor struggles to find her place in this secret war for survival, she realizes that not all is as it seems, and that the wrong side might have saved her. With a pulse-pounding plot and a cast of unforgettable characters, “Hell Sent” is a must-read for fans of horror and suspense.

Will Eleanor be able to trust anyone in her fight against the forces of darkness? Find out in this thrilling novel that will leave you questioning everything you thought you knew about good and evil.


When Eleanor Lythe was invited to attend a charity art ball with the rest of her children’s home, she wasn’t sure what to expect – but being fed on by semi-immortal vampires, bitten and turned into a slave of their evil race, certainly wasn’t it.

Luckily, for Eleanor, the Vigil – the covert branch of the U.S. Secret Service formed to fight the forces of the supernatural – is on hand to cure her and protect her.

But save her for just what sort of life?

As Eleanor struggles to master her new powers, she comes to realise that in humanity’s struggle against the darkness, the wrong side could have saved her. Some of her fellow agents might be ripped hot – but does that actually matter if they are also willing to feed her to an ancient evil to achieve their mission?

Because when your race is fighting a secret war for survival against vampires, zombies, werewolves, dark spirits, rogue angels and almost immortal Nazis, the worrying truth is . . . there might not be any safe side to trust!

1 Review for Hell Sent (ebook)

  1. 5 out of 5


    Looking for an action-packed, paranormal thriller? Hell Sent is the book for you. This novel is a wild ride, taking readers on a journey through a world where humanity is at war with the supernatural. The story follows Eleanor Lythe, a young woman who is turned into a vampire slave after attending a charity art ball. The characters in this book are well-developed and complex, with their own unique motivations and desires. The action is intense and fast-paced, with plenty of twists and turns to keep readers on their toes. And the world-building is top-notch, creating a fully-realized and believable alternate reality.If you’re a fan of paranormal thrillers, then this book is a must-read. Highly recommended.

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