In Gavin Moxley's world, there is no thin line between right and wrong. In a personal crusade to help sever a line of disease carried by a clan of vampires; Gavin has no choice to be ruthless. The Vampires are purposely infecting the human population…waiting for humans to actively pass it on to each other. Gavin takes no chances and executes them one by one. Not strong or powerful, finding humans before they turn into full vampires is ideal and Gavin’s best bet. Yes, this is Gavin’s life… …And nothing ever changes it until a young half breed vampire with special abilities, Solstice, attaches and makes herself a fixture in his life when she asks for his help and protection and when a reluctant Gavin agrees he joins a dangerous game of cat and mouse. There is no safe place and the pair are constantly watching their backs. Torn between his hate and his love for Solstice Gavin is thrown into a moral dilemma that only he can figure out but two things are clear… His faith and Humanity are being tested and the past is not always forgotten.
Confined in an old plantation home with Vampires lying in wait Gavin and Solstice are forced to wait them out until sunrise that is perilously approaching. Unbeknownst to them the remnants of the house are even more terrifying than what is lying in wait outside. Solstice is coming into her own and her feelings for Gavin begin to come to light. Gavin is stuck in the memories of his deceased family, but the apparition he sees that resembles his dead daughter doesn’t help. Lying in wait to escape at the first chance possible, will they make it through the vampires and the supernatural creatures that have inhabited the home for a very long time? “Equinox” ups the ante in the Solstice trilogy, and no one involved will come out the same.
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Currently living in Cincinnati, OH with his wife (and fellow author Brandy Michelle) and their daughter. Bryan W. Dull goes leaps and bounds to get away from the norm and be his own person; with himself and his writing. Since middle school he has always known what he was good at: entertaining and telling stories. He has been consistently writing and coming up with plots for the last twenty years, but just recently decided to share one with the world. His first novel, "Solstice" is a vampire book inspired by his daughter and noir literature. Born in Anderson, IN, Bryan has also lived in Ohio, Florida, North Carolina and South Carolina (where "Solstice" is based). Being a lover of all things art and pop culture "nerdism"; his interests lie in film, television, comics, games, anime, and books. For a short while, Bryan dabbled in voice acting work only to shift his focus to his family and writing. His favorite authors include; Chuck Palahniuk, Robert Kirkman, Clive Barker, Ernest Cline, and Neil Gaiman
I thought to myself for a second. This girl is too unique, there is something that she is hiding; there has to be.
“There is,” she said, “Others are looking for me to study me and my ability to be a day walker.”
I knew it.
“Stop doing that mind reading thing,” I told her. She shook her head to stop what was probably habit.
“Sorry,” she replied, “but I can’t help it, I can’t stop it.”
Frustrated by his lack of choices in his “weapons department”, Gavin decided to slide into what he was good at; complete prick mode.
“So what’s ya got in here with silver,” Gavin mockingly asked.
The shop owner stood up from his seat behind the counter and looked at Gavin with wandering eyes. He knew right away that Gavin was not from Cowpens, hell, even South Carolina for that matter. There was something that he liked about him though, something they both knew but normally wouldn’t dare speak about.
“I have lots of things with silver on it,” he replied. Gavin looked around the counter and wall.
“Great, where is them at? I’d like to take a gander if I could?”
“Let me ask you a question,” the owner said, “Do you think that people succeed in life because of respect?”
“What do you mean?”
“If you take common courtesy towards another, then the likelihood of them helping you increases. Don’t you agree?”
“Yeah, I suppose so,” Gavin answered.
“You say that but all you’re doing is being a huge smart ass. Do you think you can stop being a smart ass for a little bit?”