Eve Dowling, a talented writer for a successful magazine that covers New Orleans society events, is leading an exciting life filled with friends, family and work–until it is turned upside down by a fateful encounter with a stunningly handsome mystery man who ignites her most sensual fantasies.
When Eve awakes naked, sexually ravaged and alone in the garden of one of New Orleans’ most historic homes, she begins her search to uncover who this mystery man really is. She tracks him through the dark side of Old Algiers with the aid of one of its most famous Voodoo priestesses to an abandoned sanitarium in the heart of the swamplands surrounding New Orleans. Read More
From Jeff Favre: Look out, vampires—here come the Nephilim. The popularity of different genres tend to rise and fall in waves, and few have ridden a higher crest recently than vampires. That may change with D.M. Pratt’s “Age of Eve,” which introduces an ancient supernatural being that is probably new to most readers.
Author Deborah Pratt Reveals Secrets of Writing and Nephilim
1. What inspired you to write Age of Eve:Return of the Nephilim?
I’d been working for several years on my Vision Quest book series and related interactive multi-media entertainment. The Vision Quest consumed a large part of my life for a very long time, until I realized I needed to take a break and write something totally different.