Lia Scott Price



By Lia Scott Price

Creator of

Serial Killer and Vampire Guardian AngelsTM

Over 18 only! This Vampire Novel Contains Erotic and Bondage Material


TRILOGY NOVEL: Read my work, get to know my characters. WARNING-SPOILER ALERT!: This book contains full synopsis of all three stories in the introduction.

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ABOUT THE BOOK (This is the book that the comic books, films, and graphic novel are based on)

Warning: If you believe in Guardian Angels, you may be creeped out by the image of Guardian Angels that Lia Scott Price presents.  It's too disturbing for the mainstream to accept that a pop culture icon such as a Guardian Angel can be anything else but good. Lia Scott Price's works give an alternate view on why we should not rely on a supernatural, higher power to always save us.

Lia Scott Price's "The Guardian, Revenant, and Dominion" is a Vampire Trilogy Book consisting of 3 continuous stories featuring her Serial Killer and Vampire Guardian AngelsTM. This is the book Lia turns into comic books and films.

Note: **Lia Scott Price appears as a character in Dominion, Book 3**

Do you believe in Guardian Angels? Do you pray for help to them? Are you desperate? Suicidal? Want your problems to end? Stop praying right now. Because your Guardian Angel hates you. And they hate their job. They've gone crazy trying to answer millions of prayers. They can't keep up. You all expect to be saved, protected, watched over. And they are sick and tired of your prayers. If you whine to one, they put you out of your misery. Your Guardian Angel is now a Serial Killer, and a Vampire. They kill you with sharp weapons instead of help you, so they don't have to answer your prayers anymore. They target people in despair and use prayers as a homing device to find you, and feed on you. They seduce, kill, lust for power, and exploit human weaknesses. So do you really know who you're praying to? Don't depend on a supernatural being to save you. You don't know who you're summoning. Meet Lia Scott Price's Serial Killer and Vampire Guardian AngelsTM, characters from her books and films. So read on if you dare.


The Guardian, Book 1: PREQUEL-THE BEGINNING. A Disillusioned Guardian Angel Becomes a Serial Killer.

Set in Los Angeles, CA, The Guardian is the first story in the series. Guardian Angels first become Serial Killer Guardian AngelsTM and are not yet Vampires. The Guardian Angel Gabriel hates his job of answering people's prayers but can't get out of it, but he finds a way to rebel. He's desperate to stop people's prayers because he's sick of their whining, and he can't keep up with so many prayers, so he becomes a Serial Killer. He targets only those who are despairing and suicidal and who pray specifically for help to a Guardian Angel, because they are easy victims to kill. He hates that fact that people rely on and expect a higher power to save them. But he can only kill people by hypnotic suggestion and mind control. He can't kill them himself since he is still bound to protect and serve, but he can convince them to kill themselves and make it look like a suicide or an accident, and to put the blame on the victim. Gabriel reasons that he is removing the weak and the "undesirables" from the population. Gabriel first targets the clergy because of his growing hatred of them. Then he moves onto attacking people. Gabriel attacks a young woman, Christina, in a church but a priest saves her. Christina reports the incident to a Los Angeles Detective, Kirkland. Detective Kirkland is assigned a new partner, Cameron, who is an undercover Guardian Angel sent to stop Gabriel. Cameron tries to convince Kirkland who Gabriel is and how to stop him. Cameron tells Kirkland that the only thing that can kill a bad Guardian is a Guardian that is good, or who has turned back to good. Christina falls in love with Cameron, and becomes a target for Gabriel's vengeance. Gabriel goes after Christina's young son, Joseph, who prayed to a Guardian Angel, but Christina and Joseph are protected by Cameron. Cameron confronts and fights Gabriel, who retreats. Gabriel in the meantime is having flashbacks which reveals the motive for his killings. As a young boy, he was sent by the Church on a crusade and sacrificed as a child soldier. He had called for his Guardian Angel and for God to save him, but he was killed instead, and he became a Guardian Angel, and has resented the role of being forced to save humans ever since, when he himself had been allowed to die. Gabriel kills a prayer group, and goes after Joseph again, killing his babysitter, and holds Christina hostage. But when Christina breaks free, Gabriel lures Joseph to him, but discovers that Joseph somehow has the power to telepathically communicate with Gabriel. Joseph's mysterious power causes Gabriel to die a fiery death, and Gabriel is turned back into a child angel. Gabriel ascends back into Heaven.

Revenant, Book 2: Guardian Angels Become Vampires, and Murderers.

The second story in the series is set in New York, and is the sequel to The Guardian Book 1. In this book, Guardian Angels become Vampire Guardian AngelsTM. The Guardian Angel Gabriel, who was killed in Book 1, reincarnated as a child angel and ascended back to Heaven. However, an Earth Vampire, seeing a chance to infiltrate Heaven, latched on to Gabriel and ascended with him. The Vampire proceeded to attack all the inhabitants of Heaven and turned all Guardian Angels into Vampires. One such Guardian-Angel-Turned Vampire was Gregory, who stalks a student, Janos. Janos hears voices crying out for help wherever he goes, and suffers from insomnia. He thinks he is going crazy. Gregory soon reveals to Janos that long before a Vampire invaded Heaven and turned Heaven's Guardian Angels into Vampires, Vampire Guardian Angels already existed on Earth. They were Guardian Angels working among humans who were bitten by Earth Vampires. Their existence was hidden in symbolic passages in the Bible that implied Angels were killing and drinking blood. Those were the first Vampire Guardian Angels who, while on Earth, were worshiped as Gods and given the name "Angels" and who were hidden and fed by the Church, using victims taken by the Inquisition. They could not return to Heaven so they remained on Earth, and all the Guardian Angels left in heaven were still good and not yet Vampires prior to Gabriel's ascension. Gregory reveals further that he is one of those Vampire Guardian Angels from biblical times, and that he fathered Janos through a bloodthirsty ancient Countess, Elizabeth Bathory. Janos was born a stillborn many centuries ago but is a Revenant, a reincarnated being into modern times. Gregory insists that Janos was created to become the chosen leader and gatekeeper who must open a portal to let in the new race of Vampire Guardian Angels from Heaven to take over mankind. Gregory tells Janos that the voices he hears are people's prayers of despair, and that Janos is actually not only a Guardian Angel himself, but also a Vampire. Janos unknowingly follows the voices like a beacon, kills and feeds off the victim, in a sort of sleep-state, but does not remember anything. He often leaves the victims still alive, but Gregory, always following him, finishes them off and hides the bodies, sometimes making it look like a suicide or an accident to throw off any suspicions (The M.O. of a Serial Killer and Vampire Guardian Angel). Janos learns that Vampire Guardian Angels now have loyal followers, the Earth Vampires, who are eagerly awaiting their arrival and the takeover of humans who they plan to use for food. This new breed of Guardian Angel-turned-Vampire can now touch and kill their victims in addition to mind control, seduce, and kill their female victims, are seemingly invincible, and have promised to provide food and riches to the Earth Vampires if they work for them. Janos, however, starts to rebel, repulsed by who he is and what he has done and by what the Angels plan to do. Janos also becomes increasingly alienated from his girlfriend Leah. So Gregory kidnaps Leah as a backup plan and takes her, with the intentions of forcing her to produce another "leader" in case Janos continues to rebel. Gregory tries to kill Janos, but two New York detectives intervene and shoot Gregory, and Gregory disappears after falling off the Brooklyn Bridge. The twist in the ending opens up the novel for the third book in the series.

Dominion, Book 3: Vampire Guardian Angels plan to enslave and breed humans for food.

Vampire Guardian AngelsTM team up with Earth Vampires and plan to enslave and breed humans for food.

The third story in the series is set in Torrance, CA, and is the follow-up story to Revenant Book 2. The 3rd book is written in "Bible" format and in the narrative form of the author who created the Vampire Guardian Angels, each chapter consisting of "readings" just like in the Bible. The Author writes that she is having strange dreams of Angels killing people, and in her dreams she is being raped by a Guardian Angel with fangs. The dreams are messages revealing that Vampire Guardian Angels existed in the Bible, worshiped, hidden, and fed human victims by the Church and the Inquisition. The Author thinks that this secret is hidden in the Bible due to the many references to blood-drinking and of angels killing humans. She finds that the Church called these Vampires "Angels", and created the inquisition to hunt down sinners to feed to the Vampires. The Author's Vampire Guardian Angels have come to life from her book, since as the "Creator", her writing has given them power to live, simply by her belief in them. Guardian Angels from biblical times had been bitten by Vampires, and went into hiding, disguised as life-sized Guardian Angel statues in churches and cemeteries. The author's strong belief in them awakens them, brings them out of hiding, and they want the world to know they exist. Meanwhile, mysterious murders and suicides are happening all over Torrance. Targeting the despairing and the suicidal, the Vampire Guardian Angels on Earth make their killings look like suicides. The book goes deeper into the motives and personalities of each of the Guardians. The Angels have more expanded weaponry because they think biting necks involves too much struggle and it's easier just to cut open an artery. They also use the weapons as self-defense. They have grown much more powerful, though some of the Angels can now choose whether or not to be Vampires. The Vampire Guardian Angels can also procreate with humans, and they breed humans for food. The Author herself is kidnapped by a brutal Guardian Angel. A Torrance Detective, Costa, runs into a Vampire Guardian Angel, Cameron, who became evil, was once a good angel, and who had originally killed the Guardian Angel Gabriel (Book 1) who was responsible for all the Guardian Angels in Heaven becoming Vampires. Cameron tells Costa that the original Vampire Guardian Angels from biblical times who were already on Earth are waiting for the rest of the Vampire Guardian Angels from Heaven and are plotting to take over mankind because they no longer want to be servants to man. They want to enslave both Earth Vampires and humans and breed the humans as food. But they cannot take over the Earth Vampires until they bring in all the remaining Vampire Guardian Angels from Heaven to Earth through a supernatural portal. Janos (Book 2) had already opened the portal within a New York cathedral as a "test run" to see if it worked and could only allow seven Archangels to pass back and forth, in order to prepare for the takeover. If the rest of the Vampire Guardian Angels from Heaven tried to enter Earth without the portal, or through the infant portal that was not yet ready, they would assume hideous forms and become fallen angels without power. The Angel Zeke was ordered to open the portal from the Earth side in any church while Janos waited in Heaven. The Earth Vampires, awaiting the arrival of the Vampire Guardian Angels from Heaven, have already agreed to an arrangement in which the Vampire Guardian Angels will be their new masters and will be provided with food and protection since the Vampire Guardian Angels are more powerful and cannot be destroyed (except by another Guardian that turns back to good). As the Vampire Guardian Angels continue to seek out people who pray in despair and feed on them, the author and the detective, along with help from Cameron who is slowly turning back to good, work to stop the angels from opening the portal. Cameron and Costa manage to destroy the infant portal and kill some of the Angels. Cameron disappears, and the Angels retreat, but with a message that they will not give up in their quest to take over mankind.


Over 18 only! Explicit R-Rated Material. All Lia Scott Price Books contain content only suitable for adults. All characters and material are Copyright of Lia Scott Price.