Sanaa and Ambrose (The Board Short Story Series)
By Dorothy Darrow
Published: Feb. 01, 2012
Words: 1,851 (approximate)
The Board Short Story Series takes place in the future where vampires and humans live side by side. It follows Sanaa, a human who dreams of becoming a vampire, but who never can be. The Board series is a non-sequential companion series to the Vampire Queen novels, the first of which, These Flowers Have a Taste for Blood, is available for download. Please remember to rate and review.
In the future, vampires have come out of the shadows to live alongside humans, but in order for this arrangement to work, everyone must abide by strict laws enforced by The Board , a small group of the world's strongest vampires. Sanaa, a young human who dreams of becoming a vampire, works as a secretary for The Board. In a meeting with her favorite boss, Ambrose (who will feature largely in the second Vampire Queen novel, When the Moon Tires of the Night, out in late 2013), reveals what happens when a vampire breaks the laws laid out long ago by the reclusive Vampire Queen.
, death sentence
, vampire queen
, unfulfilled wish
, dorothy darrow
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on April 14, 2012 :
I found the Board Series to be well written and enjoyable...these are great short stories and I enjoyed Saana's journey. Great work.
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