Welcome to Lycaon.
A small island off the coast of Texas, Lycaon is renowned for its brutal, haunted history, as well as its wonderful tourist attractions. From the boardwalk rides and games to the... More > museums and gift shops dedicated to the Lycaon Beast, there is something on Lycaon for everyone.
There are a few local laws that must be obeyed:
Do not go near the water.
Venturing from designated areas is forbidden. The interior of the island is strictly off limits to non-locals.
All tourists must be aboard the last ferry, which leaves promptly at sunset.
Never set foot on Lycaon on nights of the full moon.
Please, enjoy your visit.< Less
Josh Cohen is devastated by the death of his girlfriend, Mia. He knows she didn't commit suicide, as everyone claims, but he can't convince the authorities of his small town to open a murder... More > investigation. Pushed to the brink of insanity by the crushing weight of his grief, Josh will do anything to have Mia back.
Love can conquer all, but vengeance will transcend death.< Less
On the outskirts of civilization, three friends break into a rundown manor with a dark history in order to answer one question: Do ghosts exist?
With a violent storm brewing and the... More > discovery of evidence that sheds new light on the house’s tragic history, the solitary believer among them begins to experience unsettling phenomena.
Soon, she will discover that the house isn't the only one with secrets.
Jolie wants nothing more than to pass though life unnoticed. Shy and very lonely, she is thrilled to discover a strange creature living in her backyard that quickly becomes her first and only friend. She is so happy, in fact, that she doesn't realize she is being consumed a piece at a time until it is too late.< Less
Tate McGillis escapes to a secluded mountain cabin with his girlfriend, Lauren, for a weekend getaway. His romantic plans are destroyed, however, when he encounters an evil the likes of which he... More > never imagined.
It’s not Lauren’s husband; he had no idea she left. It's not the dark, sinister forest that is constantly changing around them. It's not the undead crawling out of the lake with a taste for human flesh. It's not even the mutated spirit of a serial killer tormenting Tate for its own demonic pleasure.
A woman who will only identify herself as Mary Sue Standin is stalking Tate without mercy, and her powers are unrivaled. She can break his bones with a thought. She can rip everyone and everything he loves from the very fabric of reality without guilt or hesitation. She can teleport him at will, leaving Tate to question the very nature of his existence.
Because Mary Sue is the writer of his story, and Tate's tale is not a pleasant one.< Less
Some people have to struggle to stand apart. Some are born weird.
Toby knows what it means to be different. His father and grandmother are vampire royalty. His mother was a human that murdered her... More > entire family.
The only way he can become a true vampire is to find the Tepes Chalice then enlist the aid of a reluctant teenage necromancer. Sounds simple enough, right?
Here’s the thing; Toby’s ex hid the Chalice thirty years ago. The necromancer, Karen, might be of more help, if only they could stop arguing. Toss in Toby’s thirst for blood, the return of his mortal enemy, and a horde of wild vampires, and it’s hard to imagine how things could get much worse.
Enter the Watchers.
A secret organization that’s declared eternal war on any threat against humanity, the Watchers are the bogeymen to all vampire kind. Homeless and without a territory of his own, Toby will quickly go from hunter to hunted.< Less