Review: Fiona’s Guardians

Fiona’s Guardians

Fantasy Horror

by Dan Klefstad

When a vampire seduces you, death is minutes away. When she hires you, you’ll soon wish you were dead.
It’s a truth known to every guardian who worked for Fiona, including Daniel. Aside from managing the day to day chores and keeping her protected, he manages an investment portfolio to buy stolen blood from hospital workers. The 250-year-old Fiona needs 10 pints of human blood every night. As a result of this, Daniel and Fiona are always on the lookout for police, but fail to notice their gradual encirclement by Mors Strigae, an ancient order of monks dedicated to the extermination of vampires. Gone for a century, the monks start a new war when they destroy Fiona’s sire. This time, her vampire family is pushed to the edge of extinction — and the humans who serve them are hunted and executed.
After 35 years, what keeps him loyal? And will he ever be allowed to leave?

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REVIEW

5 out of 5

Fiona’s Guardians is chilling. You’re grabbed from the first page, and you just lose yourself in the story. Klefstad has a unique style that I absolutely loved. If you’re a fan of strong, dangerous, not-so-sparkly vampires, you’re going to love this book. The perfect read for Halloween, or a dark and stormy night.

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About the Author

My latest novel, Fiona’s Guardians, is about humans who work for a beautiful manipulative vampire. It’s available for pre-order ahead of its October release. My latest short story, “Who Killed Publishing?” has almost nothing to do with the undead. You’ll find it in the Summer, 2020, edition of Literary Heist. I’m currently looking for a home for another short story, “Cowboy Load.” I write in DeKalb, Illinois, and Williams Bay, Wisconsin.

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