Bitten By A Vampire (Pendle Hill Vampire Serial)

Bitten By A Vampire (Pendle Hill Vampire Serial)

by T.D. Reed

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Bitten By A Vampire (Pendle Hill Vampire Serial) by T.D. Reed

Murderous vampires. A young girl fighting for her life. A mysterious vampire lord.

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Nineteen-year-old Anna Lisa was a typical farm girl until a caitiff clan of vampires shattered her life. 

Saved by vampire Lord, Marcus Salsbury, she has nothing left to live for.

Taken in by the family who run the Salsbury estate, Anna tries to recover from her horrific wounds. When sparks fly between Anna and Marcus, she begs to become just like him.

Bitten By A Vampire is a paranormal romance novel. It features fast-paced action, terrifying horror, and an intoxicating courtship. Author T.D. Reed gives you the prequel to the Pendle Hill Vampire Serial.
 

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The Pendle Hill Vampire Serial is for reading in smaller chunks, like watching a TV series. Most of us lead hectic lives and reading habits have changed. 

If you like the first book, then move on to the second one and so on...

The books are cheap so you control how much you spend. If you don't like the story, you've only spent a small amount and are not left with a huge, expensive unread novel. 

You get a good fill of fiction and you can pick up the next installment anytime you like.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940153198118
Publisher: Kizzy Cat Publishing
Publication date: 04/25/2016
Series: Pendle Hill Vampire Serial
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 109,641
File size: 187 KB

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Bitten By A Vampire (Pendle Hill Vampire Serial) 2.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I believe this story is the first attempt by a fairly young author. While the story seems to be based in a historical setting but the language is contemporary. There are also inconsistencies by mixing eras. For instance, hot water was carried in for a bath and taken into the bathroom, even though there were no rooms specifically designated for bathing before the advent of indoor plumbing. The author would do better sticking with an era with which they are familier. However, this is an interesting first attempt.