Tears of a Vampire Prince: The First Krystine

Overview

This short but powerful novella chronicles the early life of Aaryn, who, in mourning the recent death of his wife, Emma, reflects upon the girl whose name and healing nature made him fall in love with her at their first meeting — the other Ehmah, his first love, a lovely, kind, innocent Veela. In remembering Ehmah, Aaryn recounts his early adventures — how he became the very first vampire; how he protected Ehmah from the lusts of the Princes of Night and struggled to protect her from himself; how he was forcibly ...

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Overview

This short but powerful novella chronicles the early life of Aaryn, who, in mourning the recent death of his wife, Emma, reflects upon the girl whose name and healing nature made him fall in love with her at their first meeting — the other Ehmah, his first love, a lovely, kind, innocent Veela. In remembering Ehmah, Aaryn recounts his early adventures — how he became the very first vampire; how he protected Ehmah from the lusts of the Princes of Night and struggled to protect her from himself; how he was forcibly drug into a mission in search for the One who could overthrow the evil of the Enchantress who had created him; and how all these tales weave together to tell the story of love entwining sorrow, passion, betrayal, and hope. Aaryn's story echoes the unbreakable love and eternal bond between two immortals. Truly, this is one of the saddest vampire tales ever told.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781937004095
  • Publisher: Old Line Publishing, LLC
  • Publication date: 12/3/2010
  • Edition description: OLD LINE PUBLISHING
  • Pages: 140
  • Product dimensions: 4.90 (w) x 7.90 (h) x 0.60 (d)

Meet the Author

Christine E. Schulze has been creating books since she was too young to even write them in words. Her collection of YA fantasy books, The Amielian Legacy, is comprised of series and stand-alone books which can all be read separately but which weave together to create an amazing fantasy. She hopes to inspire readers throughout the world with these books by publishing in both traditional and electronic formats to make them available to all readers. Christine has published several stories with Calliope and Kalkion magazines. She has also published several Fantasy and Christian Fantasy books which are available at various online retailers, as well as publishing several eBooks via Writers-Exchange. Her latest and most exciting venture includes her publications with Old Line Publishing: Bloodmaiden, Tears of a Vampire Prince and Lily in the Snow & Other Elemental Tales as well as releasing The Chronicles of the Mira with Writers-Exchange in both paperback and electronic forms. She is also the newest and proudest author at Book By You, a publisher specializing in personalized books, and is happy to release Song Quest, Black Lace, and Dark Embrace with them. Christine currently lives in Belleville, Illinois in her first and most thrilling apartment. Visit Christine on the web and see reader reviews at Goodreads.

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  • Posted September 19, 2011

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    Well written prequel to Golden Healer, Dark Enchantress

    I found mysekf enjoying Aaryn's story more than Golden Healer because I was able to understand why Aaryn acted the way he did. It was somewhat sad when Aaryn lost his first Krystine.I thought the characters that played a role in Aaryn's life before the events of Golden Healer were well thought out and each played an important role in the story.

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  • Posted September 8, 2011

    melancholy

    This is a good start (prequel) to an interesting vampire fantasy series. For me, it is also an introduction of relations between vampires and the fae.

    Background history, motives and foretellings are provided which provide curiosity for what is to come.

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