All Lady Glynis Wright ever wanted was the freedom to live her life as she pleased. Unfortunately, her aristocratic parents want her to marry well and settle into a life of luxury. When her family becomes guests to one of the most fearsome and powerful vampires of all time, Glynis finds her fate is far more terrible than an arranged marriage. Trapped in the power of her new master, she fights for freedom, revenge against her creator, and the chance to be with the one she truly loves.
Bloody, horrific, romantic and rich in gothic atmosphere, The Tale of the Vampire Bride is sure to thrill fans of the terrible, yet romantic vampires of literary past.
©2009 Lyssa-Noel Rhiannon Frater (P)2013 Lyssa-Noel Rhiannon Frater
I would consider it a good companion. The book jarred me, hearing the story brought to life gave me cold chills.
I didn't have a favorite character. I did however, like the overall description and personalities of each character. They all worked well together.
The narration made the story so much more chilling. I liked Carol Hendrickson's take on the personalities.
When she lost her family at the beginning.
This is definitely not a love story or a PNR, if you like a really dark and dangerous story then this is for you.
You really won't be disappointed with this audiobook. This audiobook is most interesting. I especially enjoyed this vampire tale because It was like listening to a vampire tv soap story as it focused on and was built on the concept of a vampire family life. The tale was an awesome and intense display of the vampire world. The narrator was quite good. I loved this story and finished it in just two days time. I so, look forward to the rest of this series on audiobook. Rhiannon Frater is an author whose books I intend to continue listening to.
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