by R.M. Garcia
In the vampire world where their kind is hunted mercilessly, Espee, Donnie, Nox, Abbie, and few other Foundlings stand to protect their members. As the leader of the den, Espee has taught them to survive, to hide, and to avoid detection from the formal Bloodlines that try to exterminate them. But until when will they run and hide against the formal Bloodlines, especially the Reich? Will they be able to find their own specific place in the vampire world? Readers can find out in author R.M. Garcia’s The Foundlings.
Every vampire originated from a Bloodline Source, and each Bloodline could only birth a certain number of vampires from its Source. As it turned out, Foundlings complicated the formal Bloodlines’ plans and their possible numbers. For every risen Foundling, there would be one less vampire available to the corresponding Bloodline. Every formal Bloodline down the line, from the Reich all the way to the Ancient Old Ones, cared not for Foundlings. Maybe they were afraid that one day the Foundlings would outnumber them or that one of them might discover the secret of making more vampires. Either way, to most of the Bloodlines, these bastard offspring, these “accidents,” were simply intolerable.
Most Foundlings never survived more than a few nights, because whenever any new ones were discovered, the formal Bloodlines would swiftly massacre them. But Espee protects every Foundling, teaches them the vampire basics – including skills like how to avoid detection, how to feed without killing, and how to defend against attacks. A chilling encounter however, will create tremors in their existence when Abbie is abducted by the Reich, one of the formal Bloodlines that first appeared around 1945. The entire world believes that the Nazis are gone, but in truth they are stronger than ever and now immortal! They must run, chase, and rescue Abbie from their hands before they turn her into what they want her to become. But will they be able to outlive their opponents? Where will this event lead them and the den? The Foundlings tells all.