Known among the Dracules as the bleeder of mortal children,
Cezar Moldavi is well known for his cruelty and cunning
ways. Cezar's betrayals have earned him many enemies, but
he has one powerful weapon at his disposal: his sister.
Narcise Moldavi is legendary for her dazzlingly beauty and
her ability to best any man with a sword. Although it has
been many years since any man has defeated Narcise, her
skill with a sword is no match for the man who has kept her
captive for years. When Narcise was mortal, she was visited
by Satan who promised her eternal life and beauty in
exchange for her soul. But Narcise did not know that she
would spend eternity held captive by her own brother, Cezar
Cezar uses Narcise's gift with a sword to humiliate his
enemies, but if Narcisse loses to her opponent, she must submit
to a night in "The Chamber" at the mercy of the man who
bested her. In the chamber, her opponent can choose to
mercilessly bleed, torture, or violate her in any way he
chooses. While Narcise is battling against a visit to the
chamber, she is first noticed by Giordan Cale, a handsome
vampire known among the Dracules for his great wealth and
extravagant entertaining. Giordan is captivated by
Narcise's beauty, but is also stunned by her brother's
control over her.
When Giordan proves his desire to help her, Narcise finally
reveals the secret her brother uses to hold her captive.
But Cezar is not about to lose the sister he keeps as a pet
for his own personal entertainment. Just when Narcise
begins to believe that she will be saved from spending
eternity as her brother's pawn, her hopes for freedom are
shattered when she discovers a horrible secret between
Cezar and Giordan.
Narcise is granted a second chance at freedom when Chas
Woodmore, a vampire hunter, storms Cezar's home. Although
Chas arrived at Moldavi's home intent on murdering Narcise
and her brother, Narcise's beauty and her obvious fear and
hatred of her brother convince Chas to help Narcise escape.
Although Chas has vowed to rid the earth of vampires, he
cannot resist Narcise's exquisite beauty. Narcise begins
to believe she can learn to trust again, but she has never
THE VAMPIRE NARCISE is a dark vampire novel that may not
appeal to every reader, especially readers who dislike
books which contain violence against women. However, the
novel is a literal page-turner if you can look past
Narcise's captivity. Cezar's relationship with his sister
is one of the most fascinating aspects of the novel.
Narcise remembers her mortal brother as a tender, loving
sibling. Cezar still dotes on his sister by lavishing her
with everything her heart desires, but Cezar will never
give Narcise what she most desires -- her freedom. The
novel also contains a genuine love triangle between
Narcise, Giordan, and Chas that will keep readers guessing
who Narcise will choose in the end. THE VAMPIRE NARCISE is
the most unique and one of the best vampire novels I have
read this year.
REGENCY ENGLAND STANDS DEFIANT AGAINST NAPOLEON. BUT BATTLES
AMONG MEN MEAN LITTLE TO THOSE WHO LIVE FOREVER—ESPECIALLY
WHEN THE DRACULE ARE WAGING THEIR OWN WAR.
Skilled in the seduction of men, both mortal and immortal,
Narcise Moldavi is the greatest weapon in her twisted
brother’s war among the Dracule. Until she falls for Giordan
Her first searing encounter with Giordan seals their fierce
connection for their eternal lives. But Giordan’s vow to
help Narcise escape her brother’s rule is followed by a
betrayal more agonizing than sunlight.
Wounded but determined, Narcise ensnares vampire hunter Chas
Woodmore in her quest for revenge and to reclaim her life.
He wants her, worships her, will kill for her. And the
Dracule never forget a wrong— nor do they forgive.