The Vampire Realm: Rise of a Queen

The Vampire Realm: Rise of a Queen

by J.S. Riddle

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The Vampire Realm: Rise of a Queen by J.S. Riddle

When her human life became engulfed in darkness, despair, and pain Tessa decided to leave that world behind. She followed her heart to stand beside her love, Greco, ruler of one of the more prominent vampire clans, the Levé’s, ultimately becoming their Queen. She becomes an intricate part in the domination of all mankind, overseen by the Vampire Nation. She is torn by both sides of a spectrum. Her love for Greco came with a new devotion to all things vampire, yet she cannot seem to shake humanity aside and ultimately vows to unite the two worlds some day.

By unforeseeable circumstances she is left to rule her clan alone, with only the assistance and guidance of her loyal counselors Drake, Bade, Vala, and Andreas. With gearing wars with an equally dominant rival clan, the Krones, and human rebels at her doorstep, she has no choice but to become a strong, cunning, and pragmatic ruler. Instead of looking at it sitting from her throne she get’s down in the dirt and does everything she can to fix, and many times eradicate, the situation. Greco’s past and the human life she thought she left behind mesh into a whirlwind of deceit and betrayal, interweaving constantly with one another making every step taken much harder than the last. It is up to her to overcome every obstacle that stands in her way and rise to the role of the true Queen she was destined to become.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780692512425
Publisher: J.S. Riddle
Publication date: 08/13/2015
Series: Vampire Realm , #1
Pages: 366
Product dimensions: 5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.82(d)

About the Author

J.S. Riddle was born in Oxford, England and currently resides in the Southeast United States. She has been writing since a teenager to hone her skills; starting on an old manual mint green typewriter from the 50's she got from a consignment shop for about $20.
She loves reading and enjoys Stephen King, Anne Rice, Edgar Allen Poe, William Shakespeare, J.R.R. Tolkien, Ray Bradbury, but credits Robin McKinley for her book The Hero & the Crown for her idea of woman empowerment and opened up a fantastical world for her.
Her style of writing tends to lead toward the supernatural, dark fantasy, science-fiction, and most currently dystopic.

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