Book one of the critically acclaimed #1 international bestselling series critics and fans are calling Blade meets Ocean’s Eleven.
Angels protect us from the escaped creatures of the Netherworld.
Demons seek to destroy the balance and treaty between vampires and humans.
One half-blood vampire is torn between the two worlds.
Introducing Koa Ryeo-won, a half-blood vampire with an enchanted sword and a membership to the most elite vampire castle in Europe.
A vengeful demon threatens everything Koa has worked hard to protect. Not even Halston and his legendary infinity gun can stop him, but Koa’s mother might be strong enough to do it–if only her curse can be broken.
There is one vampire that can help.
First stop, the Ivory Tower, where only the most notorious supernatural criminals are kept. But even that won’t be enough. Koa must prepare herself to return to the place that nearly killed her. The Netherworld.
A curse threatens her mother’s life.
A demon seeks to claim her as his slave.
A fallen angel risks redemption to save her.
Koa, and her boss, Halston, formed a crew of supernatural agents to stop the demon, Bund. But with the odds stacked against them even a team of angels, vampires, and War-Breeders isn’t enough to stop what is coming when a vampire king builds a new empire in England.
In the midst of a war between the humans of the mortal world, and the creatures of the Netherworld, Koa discovers the truth of her mysterious past, and finds herself torn between two men, while in the center of everything. Faced with the reality of all her returned memories, Koa is becoming more powerful than ever. Being a half-blood is hard enough, but what exactly is Koa’s other half?
Will the Netherworld Division stand behind Koa once they learn her secret?
Vampires, angels, and demons.
New York Times bestselling author, K.N. Lee presents the third paranormal adventure in the Chronicles of Koa series.
The lines have been drawn, and a war between Netherworld vampires and the vampires of this world brews as Lera attempts to overtake the Lyrinian throne from Jax. First, Koa and the crew of supernatural soldiers must survive the wrath of angels, demons, and an entity who stalks the souls of all men.
Praise for The Chronicles of Koa Series!
Praise for Netherworld
“The Chronicles of Koa is a wonderful story full of likeable characters, a clear world, and a fun mission.” Kirstin L. Pulioff, author of The Escape of Princess Madeline
“It has a fantastic story, twists and turns throughout, and some mysteries you won’t see coming. I’m looking forward to reading more of her books as she writes them. The Chronicles of Koa #2 will certainly be a day one purchase for me!“
Thomas Ray Manning, author of Energize (From the Logs of Daniel Quinn)
“The ending had me on edge. I have to say I have not read a vampire novel like this one before.”
Glenna Maynard, author of Beautiful Strangers
“The author has created an engrossing world with vampires, angels and other mythical creatures. And not just any mythical creatures, her creations were… awesome!“
Morgan Jane, author of the Sanguis City series
“This book has everything that will make you want to keep reading it: supernatural, action, suspense, a budding romance, and when you think you know what’s going on, you find out you don’t.“
Luke Wood, author of Approaching Humanity
Praise for Dark Prophet
“I did find it hard to put the book down and I am definitely going to follow Koa into her future adventures.” Lillian Roberts, author of the Immortal Rapture series.
“A brilliant continuation of the Chronicles of Koa series, and I CAN’T WAIT to see what happens next!” Sorcha O’Dowd, Old Victorian Quill.
“When I finished reading K.N. Lee’s “The Chronicles of Koa: Netherworld,” I remember the anticipation which began to build from that moment for the story I knew was coming.
Well, “Dark Prophet: Book Two of the Chronicles of Koa” certainly did not disappoint. Koa and Halston are back, better than ever. It sets a precedent for me to finish reading fictional works the very same day I start them, but that’s EXACTLY what happened this afternoon. An original, detailed plot–unique characters a reader finds themselves investing in readily–true hang-on-for-dear-life action–this book has it ALL. Lee writes in such a way she engages her audience from the opening sentence. I’m thrilled to say I’ve seen it happen twice now.
At this point, allow me to make something crystal clear: I’m not the type of reader who simply decides to review written material with the coveted 5-Star Rating just because others have before me. That’s just not “how I roll”. But, as I mentioned above, I’d already seen Lee’s talent with her first Koa publication; Dark Prophet validates my anticipation. Five stars? By all rights, there SHOULD be a 5-Star PLUS designation specifically for K.N. Lee.
There’s already a legion of fans out there who share my opinion.
Join us, and get this book, folks.
It’s that simple.”