The Hunters and the Queen Book 1 - Resurgence
The Hunters and Queen Series Part I
The Queen Awakens
What would happen if your past caught up with you, and then turned you into your reincarnated spirit of old millennia? That is exactly what happened to Jolan Vajnbirg when she was reintroduced to Prince Colemund William Frederick Van Oranje-Nassau. Love is not all that stirs in the air, however, the Order lurks throughout the realm. The Order of Hunters want to destroy what is good, what is fair, and what is just.
Contemplate your actions for a moment. If a love swept you off your feet, and turned you into your past, could you maintain your sanity? Would you understand its purpose? Explore the story of Queen Constanjii, the water element formerly known as, Jolan Vajnbirg.
While working on her studies at the Churchill Military Academy in Kinsburgh, England, Jolán Vajnbirg’s final year at the academy develops into a year of competition, aristocratic love, a reincarnated breakthrough, fierce romance, and a calling from the sky world to help save earth from the death and destruction caused by the Order of the Hunters.
When Jolán Vajnbirg encounters Prince Colemund William Frederik Van Oranje-Nassau, the two bring the celestial destiny of the sky world to perfection. Jolán was born as a reincarnated spirit, but it took a synchronicity of events to spark her supernatural breakthrough.
The sky world is steadily preparing Jolán for her future fate. The hunters have upset the universal balance of earth, and the hunters have upset the sky world.
The Hunters in Komi
It was minus 10 degrees in the Republic of Komi. It had snowed for several days. Hadrian was lurking around the white ice castle that peaked over the Ural Mountains. The cathedral ceilings and the large stained glass bay windows inside the castle bored Hadrian on this day. His eyes were dark and empty; and his skin was so pale that it was nearly translucent. Hadrian stood about six-feet tall, and he was so thin he appeared emaciated. He wore a black leather skull cap that covered his bald head. His fingernails were long, stained by a yellow tint, and they were extremely thick. He wore a red sweater, black leather pants, and black knee-high riding boots. He felt thirsty for life, so he went outside to see what he could kill.
A deep sleep washed over Jolán. She was in such a slumber that she didn’t hear Crispus return home. Jolán didn’t hear the conversations held by her brother, mother, and father; and she didn’t hear them turn in for the night. The dream world had a hold of Jolán, and it wouldn’t let her go.
Jolán was exhausted from her day. It was Friday; and she had a very tiring week of school work, swim practice, and chores for the rental house. All Jolán wanted to do was go up to her bed and fall asleep; but first she wanted to get some food. She knew Saturday’s practice would bring an afternoon of grueling distance sets coupled with fast sprint cycles, but Jolán didn’t mind. She just wanted to get a good night’s rest after a full belly of food.
As she walked towards the kitchen, she heard her parents moving furniture around in the basement. Jolán called down to her parents and said, “Hey, mom and dad. Have you guys had dinner already?”