Vampire Rain

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
After his wife died, Alex thought his life was permanently on hold until he met a girl considering suicide as she sat in the rain. His life was forever changed by Emma, the beautiful vampire halfling he met that night. From the mundane world of academia, he's thrust into a violent struggle for survival in a battle between vampire and dhampir. PG-13 for language and violence. More

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About Konrad Winters

KONRAD WINTERS is a writer, playwright, artist, teacher, and designer who spends his days teaching in Virginia. He spends his evenings with his family, and his weekends writing, a rediscovered passion. His most recent novel, Writing About Vampires Can Be Dangerous, a book that puts his unique spin on the age-old vampire myth, was published in May 2014 here at Smashwords.com
His blog in support of his writing can be found at http://konradwinters.blogspot.com"

Fiction work by Konrad Winters:
The Girl on the Bench in the Rain
Writing About Vampires Can Be Dangerous
Oh So Sweet, The First Bite

A new play soon to be released:
Return to Paradise about a returning disgraced Iraqi war veteran set against the backdrop of a small town in Virginia and a village in Iraq.

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Reviews

Review by: Alex Crenshaw on Oct. 22, 2014 :
This is not 'just another vampire tale', it is so very much more!
It is a wonderfully told, beautiful tale of the building romance between human and dhampir. The character work is exemplary as they grow together as their romance builds. A new and very entertaining twist on some of the mythical drives behind the vampire/dhampir needs to survive. The detail work is so well done, the reader is soon richly engulfed in the intricate plot, the twists, and the explained wants and needs of both the dhampir and the human. This story shows there is a way not only for the two coexist, but to live together in a harmonious, loving relationship. A wonderful read that I highly recommend.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Joscelyn Anne Hayes on April 21, 2014 :
A beautifully romantic take on the ancient dhampir myths that come out of the bloody world of the vampire. Shows the delicate interaction between human and vampire or dhampir and explains it beyond the simple 'harvesting' takes that so many stories fall back on. This story explains the need for blood, or the 'hunt', and how humans are given moral lessons for their life sustaining blood. But it also shows the desparate need of the dhampir to find human love and relationships to allow their continued existence. Incredibly well done story of the vampire mythology.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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