Dying Ashes series books

Dying Ashes

Dead Girl’s Ashes is the first book in Annathesa Nikola Darksbane's Dying Ashes series, a chilling dark Urban Fantasy featuring a sardonic lesbian dead girl. If you like The Dresden Files, The Daniel Faust series, or gripping, dark urban fantasy with realistic representation and diversity, this is the series for you!
 

“A fantastic book with amazing characters. [I] loved it!”

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“WOW! … Just an amazing incredible story, filled with twists and turns that just leave you wanting more.”

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“For me, a great book or movie needs some humor and this doesn’t fail in that approach…”

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“The author does a splendid job with her characters and her scenes.”

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“A must-read.”

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“An intense thriller.”

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“A terrific beginning to a colorful supernatural world.”

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“Ashley is my new hero.”

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“A delightfully macabre story…”

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“Will be buying the next one as soon as it comes out…”

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“Ashley is a great character…”

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“I loved this take on vampires, in which there are multiple types of vampires, each with their own specific mythology and characteristics.”

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“Ashes might be my new favorite of the Darksbane Books’ series.”

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“I think the author did an amazing job pulling me into Ashes world.”

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“Looking forward to the next book and a long series.”

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"They say nothing hurts like losing the one you love, not even death. But having endured both, I found that death came pretty close. Or, at least, mine did."

What happens when you die?
For Ashley Currigan it means waking up, opening her eyes, and discovering who she really is. But it's not a painless process. Not when the person she loves most in the world goes missing. Not when a myriad of supernaturals want her dead, and she doesn’t even know why. Not when the very monsters who gave her eternal life want to take it away. And not when her only allies are a human wizard who hates monsters, and a vampire that's at least as much of a monster as she is.
And with dozens of innocent lives hanging in the balance, does she choose to save her humanity and fail, or give in to monstrosity and save them?
And in the end is there a difference?