Lady Dorn

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Lady Dorn is anything but a lady, she’s a vampire. A former member of the imperial guard and ennobled for saving the emperor’s life, she gave up on life and retired to her airship home. More

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Published by Echelon Press LLC
Published: Feb. 21, 2011
Words: 9,780
Language: English
ISBN: 9781590807392
About Sean Hayden

Born the son of a fire chief, Sean naturally developed a love of playing with fire. His family and friends quickly found other outlets for his destructive creativity. Writing is his latest endeavor.

Always a fan of the macabre, mythical, and magical, Sean found a love of urban fantasy and horror. After writing several novels in this genre, he found, fell in love with, and immersed himself in Steampunk. He has always wanted to rewrite history and Steampunk gave him that opportunity.

Sean currently lives in Florida as a fiber-optic engineer as well as an author. He was blessed with the two most amazing children he could ever hope for, has met the absolute love of his life, who coincidentally is his partner in everything. His hobbies include grand designs on world domination as well as a starring role in his own television sitcom.

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Reviews

Review by: Alysa H on March 31, 2014 : star star star
I would have liked a little more world- and character-building, but this was a fun vampire steampunk short with some nicely creepy scenes and fast-paced action. Lady Dorn needs her own series! There were quite a lot of distracting grammatical errors, though, so I'd love to see a re-edited version someday.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Jen Wylie on April 04, 2011 : star star star star star
A fantastic tale, superbly written in the steampunk genre, with vamps too of course. I loved Lady Dorn, but strong women are always my favorites :) Despite being a short the world is very well evolved and described, the characters are unique and wonderful. Beware Haydens works… they will draw you in and never let you go. Looking forward to more from this author!
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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