Book 3 of Immortal Relations
G. D. Ogan
Ogan's insights into the powers of the immortal vampires, along with fresh takes on the complex inner workings of their existence provide an intriguing experience for readers.
In this story a novice shape-shifter wolf meets a beautiful hybrid vampire. Good vampires set up a new coven in Southern Canada to monitor a regime intent on changing America into a dictatorship.
In this excerpt from the book an investigating reporter has had help from a relative to write a story for his news blog exposing vampires as the ones who helped stop the invasion of Russia by Communist China to gobble up mineral rich land:
"I interrupted, 'Sir, I just had a random idea.'
Everyone turned to look at me, while I turned to look at Fred (our new shape-shifter wolf friend). Fred just smiled at me...I could tell we were both thinking the same thing.
I continued, "Vlad, I don't know if what I'm about to say are my own original thoughts or if I'm picking up what Fred is thinking...the way he is smiling at me I'm not sure it isn't the latter. But what if Fred were to be able to shift into his were-wolf personal for just an instant, then shift back to tell the reporter that his friends did not like him releasing a story that vampires were responsible for what THEY did. That his kind and vampires are mortal enemies and he would be offended if credit were given to vampires for what he and his kind did to stop the terrorists and the war?
I continued, 'This would be a smoke screen' for the truth to hide behind. But it might frighten the reporter into silence or force him to delay publishing his article while he tried to refute that werewolves rather than vampires might have been responsible for all those actions. After all, I don't think he has actually seen a vampire and he would have seen Fred shift into a werewolf. My first 'fictional novel' is ready to go to the publishers, a publishing house that Grandmother owns, and I'm almost finished with the second book. It contains all the action that are the basis upon which the reporter is saying vampires were involved. If we can get both books printed with publication dates well before the reporter's article, he will be seen as plagiarizing already published works of fiction."
5 Stars The best vampire novel I ever read.
This novel rates number one in vampire writings, and close to the top in science fiction. Ogan is an excellent writer. There is an occasional misspelled word, but it does not detract from the quality of the book. Ogan shows a deep knowledge of warfare and weapons perhaps from his service as a major in the USAF. The killing of others is handled very well and realistically. It is heavy on sexual content, but again done well. I shared the book with a friend who came back to me and said, 'I think this writer has overdosed on Viagra." I laughed.
I also liked the writing in first person since it showed each person's involvement and participation in the main theme of bringing the story to the front. It is not necessary to read the books in order unless you are one of those people who prefer it that way. The books stand alone. I read the second, the first, and the third. Loved all three and look forward to number four. It depicts vampires as friend of humans rather than monsters. It also shows a great love for animals."
Each of the three novels in the "Immortal Relations" series are available from Amazon (print) and their Kindle Division (E-book). The E-book versions are $.99 each + tax (approximately $1,08 total)
Immortal Relations" is book #1 at http://amazon.com/dp/B006ZCBT6G
Immortal Relations, Love and War" is book #2 at http://amazon.com/dp/B00A4IEHL6
Immortal Relations Coming Out is book #3 at http://amazon.com/dp/B00G5BQS18 .
Guy Ogan was born near the start of WW-II. He and his mother spent the remaining war years with Grandparents n Central Texas then returned to Arlington VA where Guy started school. During his Junior Year of High School his father took a job in Sunnyvale, CA so the family moved to nearby Los Altos where Guy ran track and cross-country and received an Associate of Arts from Foothill Junior College before transferring to Texas Christian University in Fort Worth, Texas where he continued running track and cross-country.
Finishing his Bachelor's Degree he received his commission as Second Lieutenant in the USAF where he spent the next 20+ years in assignments at Big Spring, TX, Denver, CO. Rantoul, IL, Okinawa, Austin, TX, Keflavik, Iceland, Shosterberg, the Netherlands, Abilene, TX and Moreno Valley, CA from where he retired. While in the service he competed a Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology at the European Campus of Ball State University and after his military retirement he completed a second graduate degree in Education at Hardin-Simmons University before going to work for the Texas Department of Criminal Justice writing treatment programs for offenders and retiring as an Associate Clinical Psychologist.
He retired from TDCJ when he was needed at home to care for his mother after his father passed away. He was able to give her the care she needed to allow her to stay in her home which is what she wanted. It was after her death that he found an interesting photograph that started his writing, shown on page two of the first book in the series. He now lives in West Texas with his wife of 50 Years and their Pomeranians.