Arowenia (Vampire Morsels)

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Rated 5.00/5 based on 3 reviews
Short Story. Not a children's story. The third in a collection called Vampire Morsels about different vampires from the Amaranthine universe. Arowenia, Claudius's child bride for eternity, lives in a gilded cage. She moves through a world of opulence and excess, shielded from Claudius's political enemies, until a waring coven's scheme engulfs her. You can also find Arowenia in Shades of Gray.
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Price: Free! USD

Words: 3,770
Language: English
ISBN: 9781458182791
About Joleene Naylor

Joleene Naylor is the author of the glitter-less Amaranthine vampire series, a world where vampires aren’t for children. As a compliment to the novel series, she has also written several short stories, including the Vampire Morsels collection, and has plans for an Amaranthine Encyclopedia.

In her spare time, Joleene is a freelance book cover designer and for-fun photographer. She maintains several blogs full of odd ramblings, and occasionally updates her website at JoleeneNaylor.com. She and her husband live in Villisca, Iowa near the famous – and reportedly haunted - “axe murder” house. Though she enjoys the paranormal, she refuses to invite the ghosts for a visit. Between the cats, dogs, and turtles, her house is full enough.

Ramblings from the Darkness at www.JoleeneNaylor.com
You never know what you’ll find in the shadows…..

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Reviews

Review by: Sylvia King on June 28, 2012 :
I have only read the vampire morsols series. I have not read the novels. Great read.
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Review by: Ruth Ann Nordin on April 24, 2011 :
I read Shades of Gray and was interested in her kidnapping, and this story leads up to that from her point of view. It gives a better look at her life, something I often wondered about. I agree that this is a book where looks are deceiving because it appears she has a wonderful life, but when you take a deeper look, you find that things aren't so perfect after all. As a side note, the fountain was chilling!
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Review by: Bonnie Mutchler on April 22, 2011 :
Great story, it helps us to understand her and sympathize. It also shows the truth in the old adage that the grass always looks greener. She looks like she has a wonderful life, with everything she wants, but in truth she has nothing.
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