The Vampire's Daughter

Red Empress Publishing
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When Ethan discovers that the love of his life, Victoria, is actually the child of a monstrous beast and must marry another man to save her family, he retreats to a monastery to live out the rest of his days alone. 

But the Church has other ideas. 

Ethan's mentor asks him to lead famous vampire hunter Dom Calmet back to his home village to rid the town of the vampires that plague it. Ethan must then take a journey, emotionally and literally, back to the town of his youth and decide between love and faith when he once again meets The Vampire's Daughter. 

Containing many tropes of a classic Gothic novel (an obscure heroine, an indecisive hero, an exotic location, references to classical literature, dark castles, a foreboding sense of danger) combined with the sensuality of a modern romance, The Vampire's Daughter will leave you gasping for more.

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About the author

Leigh Anderson loves all things Gothic and paranormal. Her master’s thesis was on vampire imagery in Gothic novels and she met her husband while assuming the role of a vampire online. She currently teaches writing at several universities and has a rather impressive collection of tiny hats. She lives in a small town in the mountains with her husband, human child, and two fur-children. She is currently working on too many writing projects, and yet not enough.

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Publisher
Red Empress Publishing
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Published on
Mar 14, 2016
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Pages
294
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Language
English
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Genres
Fiction / Romance / Paranormal / Vampires
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Content Protection
This content is DRM protected.
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Available on Android devices
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Eligible for Family Library

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