After the tragic and sudden death of her groom, Dia, cursed by Dracula as a babe, is taken to his castle. Once there, she is seduced and turned by the count, and she becomes his fourth bride. The other brides are to be her sisters, and they are all to love and feed upon one another. As her master says: “The joy is in the blood…the passion is in the blood…endless life is in the blood…!”
And so she finds it is.
Dia’s tale is full of erotic sex and graphic violence. It is a tale of love and lust but mostly of blood, for the blood is everything.
Targeted Age Group:: Adult
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
Dracula appears in Book 3, Unholy Testament – Full Circle. He has cursed a toddler. She is cursed to become his fourth bride when she matures.
I knew I was going to write that as soon as I depicted Dracula.
But I was further inspired to write a novel, Bram Stoker, himself would approve of. Dracula is not changed or altered in any way, nor is his tale. As a matter of fact, details of his love of the occult and his attendance at the school in Scholomance is depicted. I wanted to show exactly what he and his wives got up to. I also wished to go into depth with regard to his living life as well as his undead existence.
And I wanted to tell the story of the three wives of Dracula and how they came to be with him.
Who are your favorite authors?
The Brontes, Daphne DuMaurier, Susan Hill and Anne Rice