The Tale of the Vampire Bride by Rhiannon Frater

A young aristocrat is captured by the most fearsome of vampires, and attempts to escape his power.

The tale of the vampire bride

All I ever wanted was the freedom to live life as I pleased, despite my aristocratic parents’ hopes I’d secure a prestigious husband. But my fate was far more terrible than an arranged marriage when my family became prisoners to one of the most fearsome and powerful vampires of all time, Count Vlad Dracula. 

Imprisoned in the decrepit castle in the Carpathian Mountains, my new life as a Bride of Dracula was filled with bloody feasts, cruel beatings, and sexual depravity. There was no hope of escape 

It was only when he took me to the picturesque city of Buda on the Danube River and I met a handsome, mysterious vampire in the darkened city streets, did I dare hope to find love and freedom. 

Genre: FICTION / Fantasy / Paranormal

Secondary Genre: FICTION / Fantasy / Historical

Language: English


Word Count: 167,790

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Sample text:

The Journal of Lady Glynis Wright,

The Castle

4th of August, 1819

There is no solace in this place. I struggle to find it, but it eludes me. I have drifted through this castle like a specter, seeking to find one shred of comfort. This place is death. It reeks of it. Tastes of it. I can hear its cries on the wind, and I cannot hide from its cold touch.

 How very odd that this sad little journal, with its tattered pages and frayed binding, should be my only companion. Yes, there are the others, but I am angry with them. I would rather curl up in this corner and record all that has occurred in this terrible place.

The death, the pain, the much blood...

It seems only proper to commit to paper the trials I have suffered, even if no one shall ever read this journal.

Sweet little diary, you are my one and only friend. Let me pour my words into you.

I shall write until my story in this place is fully told...




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