Two great Victorian Vampire reads for the price of one!
Two fabulous vampire novels for the price of one. Incredible value, with over 198,000 words in two tales of Victorian Vampires by a mistress of the craft.
A Different Hunger
In Victorian London, when an ill-advised love affair sees young Rufus de Hunte challenged to an illegal duel, his father, to avoid the scandal this would bring, banishes him to New Zealand to become a remittance man.
During the voyage Rufus meets the captivating Serafina Radzinskaya, travelling with Anton Springer, who may or may not be her father. Despite his uncertainty, Rufus finds himself falling in love with her – even after he discovers both she and Springer are vampires. When Rufus is badly beaten by the vicious Toby Fox, and seems certain to die, Serafina, who returns his love and fears losing him, turns him into a vampire.
Rufus’s horror and resentment threaten their love, but when they reach New Zealand and Serafina is captured by Viviana Alexandreau, an ancient and powerful vampire seeking revenge on Springer, Rufus must acknowledge his true feelings and find a way to rescue her and to end Viviana’s insane vendetta once and for all.
Restitutions Of The Blood
In 1890, when Alex Randall returns from university to his ancestral home of Shillington Hall, he finds his father remarried, less than a year after his mother’s death. Dismay turns to anger when a son, Oliver, is born. Convinced the new Lady Randall means to steal his inheritance, Alex flees to London, where he meets and befriends Henri de Saint Clair, a charming, but enigmatic Frenchman. When Alex’s friend Charles becomes involved in an illegal duel, and both parties are killed, Alex finds himself on the run from the law, and obliged to leave England.
In Paris, he renews his friendship with the still strangely elusive Henri. After a series of misadventures that lead him to the very depths of Parisian society, Henri rescues Alex and restores him to health by means of a mysterious ‘restorative’, but before long Alex’s determination to discover the truth about his friend plunges him into a world darker – and more addictive – than anything he could have imagined.
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