William The Damned (A Vampire Pirate)

William The Damned (A Vampire Pirate)

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by Lynette Ferreira
     
 

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Terrified of being sent off to marry a man whom she has never met, Susanna boards The Majestic to travel from England to France. A deadly vampire should not fall in love--but that is exactly what happens to William. With a lady hidden in his cabin, a crew who is getting restless, William has a lot of decisions to make. Keep her or kill her?

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Terrified of being sent off to marry a man whom she has never met, Susanna boards The Majestic to travel from England to France. A deadly vampire should not fall in love--but that is exactly what happens to William. With a lady hidden in his cabin, a crew who is getting restless, William has a lot of decisions to make. Keep her or kill her?

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Chapter One
THE square-rigger, weighing ninety tons, glides across the still waters, towed along with the tides. The waves lap at its sides lazily, while seagulls swoop languidly onto its deck. The sun beats down upon it relentlessly.
Should another boat pass it, it would look like a ghost ship, with not a soul upon its deck. However, should the innocent passer-by, happen to board the ship and proceed down to its lower levels, a sight of great horror would await such a wretched person. For below the deck there is a sight beyond believe, fifty men and woman dead upon their backs.
Their eyes are closed and their hands twined together upon their chest. Here in the lowest deck, where not an inch of light manages to intrude, they lie dead.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940011095726
Publisher:
Lynette Ferreira
Publication date:
08/30/2010
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
1 MB
Age Range:
13 Years

Meet the Author

Lynette Ferreira took the brave leap into self-publishing in 2009 when she published My Recycled Soul. She loves writing about first love, really cute boys, kissing, and all the drama. She also likes to explore ideas and theories regarding the workings of the universe, and she is intrigued by souls and the metaphysical world. She was born in South Africa, lived in Namibia and Ireland, and currently resides in Northern Ireland with her husband, children, one spoilt house cat and two goldfish. She loves listening to boy bands and country music, because she can sing along with the lyrics. Her favourite food is chocolate and if her husband would only just allow it, she is sure she could live off it. Lynette holds qualifications in marketing and education. For most of her adult life, she worked as a personal assistant at an international financial institution, then she was a quality assessor, a trainer, and also a shoulder to cry on at a youth group. Besides writing, she enjoys spending time with her family, reading and watching lots of movies. Read free chapters of all Lynette's stories at: http://lynetteferreira.blogspot.co.uk/

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William the Damned 2.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 33 reviews.
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101LostSouls More than 1 year ago
I thought this was a great story. It has quite a sad ending though - would have been better with a different end
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Wow nice cover. Sounds like a good book.
Alfuria More than 1 year ago
The story had a interesting basis, but to put this in the format of a short story completly kills it. The grammar needed a bit of a check up, and the plot took on ideas that were so large no short story could have any chance at bringing them to a respectable place. I could even start to argue that the plot is almost non-exsistant. The idea was good, the execution wasn't so great.
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SHYRL BENDER More than 1 year ago
i think that this book is ok because the words is so good for teens like me so is this a a o k book but mo pertect !
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