Her father’s evil led her to Blackstone House and the vampires. And there's more there, for the house is built on haunted moorland.
Here's a teaser:
“They say my father was mad, so corrupted by evil and tainted with sin that he did what he did. I came home to find them all dead; their throats had been savagely cut.
My sisters, only five and eight, were gone, as well as my brother who was twelve. My mother too lay butchered in her marriage bed. The bed her children were born in. I discovered him first—in the sitting room lying in a sea of crimson, the bloody razor still clutched in his hand…”
Well, that's the beginning! That is what drives Rose Baines into two madhouses. There were no helplines in Victorian times, no pills, counselling or crisis centers. You suffered.
And in Rose's case, what loomed in her future because of the depravity of her own doctor was unimaginable horror--yet, along with all that, there was the hope of love. Love that came with a horrible sacrifice.
All four novels in The Blackstone Vampires Series are comprised in the Omnibus.
2014 - Amazon Bestseller in Dark Fantasy -
2015 - Amazon Bestseller in Vampire Horror -