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The Vampire Hunter

The Vampire Hunter by Kodi Wolf



Number of Chapters

36/48 (out of 100 estimated)

Last Updated

June 17, 2002
(See Progress Reports.)

Genres / Keywords

Lesbian Romance, Lesbian Vampire, Lesbian Paranormal, Lesbian Paranormal Fantasy, Lesbian Urban Fantasy, Lesbian Science Fiction, Lesbian Horror

Time Period

Near Future


Contains scenes of graphic sex, violence, and harsh language.


Eighteen-year-old Dana Clark was a promising student with a bright future ahead of her. Then a vampire murdered her parents and younger brother, and her world changed overnight. Plans for college suddenly seemed meaningless, so Dana joined the Vampire Hunters Association instead.

Twelve years later, Dana has channeled her grief and rage into becoming the best vampire hunter in the history of the VHA. Her motto they all deserve to die serves her well in her quest for vengeance... That is, until she meets Gabrielle, the 'First Born' and oldest living vampire, and Dana's world turns upside down once again.

For Gabrielle is on her own quest, though it's not one of vengeance. To prove it, she brings Dana news of a secret attack on the VHA and asks for her help to prevent what she believes could spark an all-out war between their two species. Dana agrees and the two form an uneasy partnership.

As they work together, Dana realizes the First Born is unlike any vampire she's ever met before. Gabrielle is intelligent, compassionate, sincere, and thoughtful, not to mention beautiful.

But what happens when a vampire hunter finds herself falling for the Queen of the vampires?

Author's Notes

I saw the first few chapters of this story as a movie in my head just as I was laying down to go to sleep after a long day of working on other stories completely unrelated to vampires. But the images were so clear and so compelling that I just had to get up and write them down. I knew if I didn't they'd be gone by the time I woke up.

Sometimes, I don't think I'm writing the story at all. Loose ends that I left for later explanation have ended up fitting perfectly with later ideas. I wish I could say I planned the whole thing from the beginning, but the only part I really planned was leaving certain things open; I didn't know what I was going to do at the time. I've also thoroughly enjoyed the Egyptian research I've had to do for many of the elements used throughout the story. I've always been interested in ancient Egyptian culture and religion/mythology, so working on those parts of the story is a lot of fun.

Currently, this series is undergoing extensive revisions, hence the above 36/48 listing for the Number of Chapters (there are 36 chapters for the posted version and 48 and counting for the revised version). When the revisions are complete, I will post them and they will replace the old/current version posted here. I've thought about posting the revisions now, but I've only made it partway through the series, and since some of the changes affect later scenes, I would have to take down later chapters because they just wouldn't make sense (repetition, contradictions, name changes, etc.), and since I feel where I've stopped the story now is a good place, I'd rather not cliffhanger it by removing content at an earlier point.

Now, I don't think the current posted version is bad and I'm not changing things so drastically that it'll feel like a different story when you read the new version (at least I don't think so, anyway). And I believe the story is enjoyable enough that when the new version is posted, you will be interested in rereading the story (and hopefully, you'll like it even more). But if you'd rather not read the original draft, you should probably wait to read the more finalized version.