Witches were bestowed with the power to fulfill dreams, but they had a major defect: They were doomed to die, and most of the time they died terrible, horrible deaths, deaths that could not be avoided. Over time they became obsessed with avoiding their own destiny. With each passing generation this idea grew in the mind of the witches. As time passed, each generation played a part in its cultivation. It was a motivating factor that would drive them to seek a solution. The vampire had something to seek. Beginning with the ancestors they began to realize the chance they may have for eternal life, but it was only an idea, a theory, an out of grasp dream. If there were vampires, what would happen if one could be found, and his eternal life harnessed? Rasia had the passion and the hatred in her heart, the greed that it would take to pursue the answers. Her grandmother had known it; she had counted on it. It had been her sole purpose to spurn on her own granddaughter to carry on her work. This witch girl Rasia would someday become a vampire girl and live forever, she herself would find the bloody ‘fountain of youth’ that her ancestors had diligently sought. Witch romance coupled with devil worship makes this gripping tale, about a black witch, on her quest for immortality.