All I ever wanted was the freedom to live life as I pleased, despite my aristocratic parents’ hopes I’d secure a prestigious husband. But my fate was far more terrible than an arranged marriage when my family became prisoners to one of the most fearsome and powerful vampires of all time, Count Vlad Dracula.
Imprisoned in the decrepit castle in the Carpathian Mountains, my new life as a Bride of Dracula was filled with bloody feasts, cruel beatings, and sexual depravity. There was no hope of escape
It was only when he took me to the picturesque city of Buda on the Danube River and I met a handsome, mysterious vampire in the darkened city streets, did I dare hope to find love and freedom.
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The tale of a vampire bride
The is an amazing book, I read it in one sitting. I could not put it down. The characters are brilliantly written, I could almost feel Glynis’s anger, humiliation, pain and joy. The brides and vlad are terrifyingly creepy. I hope this book is the beginning of a trilogy because I need to know if Glynis has really escaped vlads evil clutches, I need to know if she gets revenge on the people who sent her family to their doom and most importantly does she get her happy ending with the vampire she loves?, or does she go back to England to what’s left of her family?. The author needs to start writing a sequel soon! But until then I guess I’ll try a few of her other titles.