Aureliann OíNeal admits to herself, at
least a little bit, that she is obsessed with a discount
paperback she bought titled The Vampireís Kiss. Her best
friend has read it and dismissed it, but Aureliann canít
stop re-reading it and fantasizing about the main character,
a vampire hero named Prince Valdemar.
At the same time in another dimension
Prince Valdemar, leader of the people of Serawych, hears the
heart felt call of his one true love knowing that he must go
to her no matter where she lives. The vampire Prince can
only be whole and complete with his other half, the one
woman meant to be his alone.
Itís hard for Aureliann to believe that
the gorgeous guy who looks like the cover model on her
paperback is there for her. Prince Valdemar has a short
deadline to convince Aureliann to bond with him or loose her
forever. On top of that his cousin Victor is making a major
play for the throne and that would be disastrous for
everyone if Victor managed to seize the crown. Aureliann
needs to figure out if the hunk is a nut job or her true
love. Prince Valdemar has his work cut out for him, but
having met Aureliann he knows it will be worth it no matter
A unique and fresh storyline on top of sizzling hot sex is
found within the pages of Prince Vampire. The
concept behind Prince Vampire is fun, quirky,
and sensual with believable characters in a realistic
setting. The only letdown is that there arenít any real
surprises here; the climax is quick and mostly painless.
Having said that, Aureliann and Valdemar are entertaining
and the plot is different. Overall, Prince Vampire
is an original and enjoyable break from reality.