Reflections of a Dying Vampire by Jeanne E. McComsey

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Reflections of a Dying Vampire

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The Vampire, Victor, dreamed of living happily ever after in his castle at Gravesend where he planned to recuperate from the vicious attack in Central Park, NYC. His own wife had crippled him, but eventually she returned to Romania, the land of immortal overwhelming horror and alien phenomena, and apologized, bringing their nine year old daughter along to visit, but Violette would be returning because she was happier in NYC with her Grammy, Dark Rose was planning to stay for all eternity because time was running thin in Manhattan; the law was searching for the Central Park serial killer and she had to go. The Vampire couple made up and renewed their vows of love, until the day a Hollywood-Handsome stranger rode in; a red-headed Irish Devil with a hot and heavy energetic disposition that wouldn't quit; it didn't take long for the inevitable affair to take place. Dark Rose sweated blood and tears as the two men, Liam and Victor, became her wasteland of romance. There are some people who are both evil and good and she was one of them. Victor's sister, Victoria, came home from England to visit her brother, but instead, as usual, she wreaked havoc on the castle's inhabitants, Liam was introduced to Victor, he helped the Vampire recover and was well-paid until the day Dark Rose discovered she was pregnant...would the baby be an Irish-redhead or a pale-blonde Romanian? Only time will tell, and time cannot speak, it must show before it tells. Nine months later a child was born, now 'tis time to pay the piper as Liam sat in lurid horror; and Victor sat in the classic posture of a deeply troubled man after seeing the baby. When will the first murder occur in Heaven?

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