Slave to the Vampire Blood Lord

Slave to the Vampire Blood Lord

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R.K. Adams By The-Scrivener Updated a day ago

Victoria is sold by her father the King of the human badlands to the Vampire Lord Sadismann as a hostage. She is a gift of her people's as a peace offering. As part of the bargain, Sadismann has promised  'She will not be sired, she will not be fed upon, she will not be tasted, her skin will be unbroken, and her chastity unchallenged by those under my domain'. Victoria's life as the only human guest in the vampire's Black keep  humans called the 'cradle of filth' isn't as simple as she hopes. Sadismann is a cruel dangerous man as lethal as he is strong, and as troubled as he is scalding hot. A man comfortable with breaking a promise if it suits him but smart enough not to lightly restart a bitter war which weakens his coven.
  
He is also master of an ancient powerful Vampire coven. In it Victoria must find a way to survive in a nest of remorseless plotters and schemers. The high priestess of the blood god and Sadismann's betrothed all see Victoria as another blasphemy to be purged from their centuries of carefully constructed conspiracy. Over time Victoria stands Sadismann's punishments and learns a grudging respect for him. She makes friends with some the human familiars  and with them she must uncover the truth. Is Sadismann unraveling the centuries of pain and learning to feel something he has not felt before?  Or is this another plot within a plot ? While she knows the Vampire treachery Victoria begins to feel emotions she is scared of. Can she survive her year as a slave to the vampire overlord? Can the vampire overlord survive a year without breaking his vows?
  
  book #1 of the Crimson Crown series

Deathwriath Deathwriath Oct 04
This character smartass talk is quite refreshing for your book.
Isn't it more classy like red wine for the vampys?~ 
                              
                              Also, I don't suppose the herbs include garlic right?~ XD
daisyxo25 daisyxo25 Oct 16
I like how there a lot of sarcasm ...kinda reminds if a"Deadpool" talking during the movie but on the side and on his minds ...kinda refreshing and funny
Ehh?!
                              
                              Disney princesses are...
                              
                              Umm, she's got a point there?
00crossfire 00crossfire Nov 07
Well that's a plus I guess, if ya gonna be held prisoner at least you won't have to worry about waking in the night or being taken in a random hallway
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                              "Right up her ass" from Lord Of the Flies.
                              
                              //Gets Trashed//
                              
                              Okay, too much Literature reference! Can I call the familiar, Roger anyways? ~ :>