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Midnight's Daughter

by Karen Chance


Who are the dhampires? Nobody knows how called them, because they are the halves of vampires and humans. There are a lot if dhampires in the world, and Dorina Basarab was one of them. She dislike this essence. Now Dory’s vampire father has come to her for help— again. Her Uncle Dracula (yes,the Dracula), cruelest among vampires, has escaped his prison. And her father wants Dory to work with gorgeous master vampire Louis-Cesare to put him back there.

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...got you in trouble with Dad," I said with undisguised sarcasm. Radu didn't seem to know how to reply to that, not that I gave him a chance. "And what the hell is this place, anyway?" I realized that none of the creatures, some in cages and some roaming free, looked all that familiar. The two things snacking on the carcass looked like someone had hit a giant rat and the contents of a Dumpster with a dislocator-- nothing made sense and nothing was where it was supposed to be. One of the sort-of rats seemed to have gotten hold of a human leg, which I originally thought it was saving for dessert. I looked away when I realized it was attached to the side of one furry hip, and was moving slightly, as if trying to gain a footing on the blood-slick floor. After five centuries of horrors, very little gets to me anymore. Disgusted I can still do, but I would have said that appalled was no longer on my sensations list. The last time I'd felt it had been during the Great War, when a hunt took me...




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