The Vampire's Reflection

After their brutal victory in Prague, Charlotte and Valek have returned home. But Charlotte soon finds that a strange new disease is destroying her from the inside. Danger lurks around every corner and their happily-ever-after has not ended so happily after all, in this highly anticipated sequel of the Of Light and Darkness series. More

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Published by Decadent Publishing
Words: 104,080
Language: English
ISBN: 9781613335192
About Shayne Leighton

In Shayne's first year out of high school she penned, co-directed, and starred in the feature film 'The Incubus', a paranormal romance, which obtained distribution and screened in over fifteen theaters across South Florida among major theater chains such as Regal, AMC, and Cinemark. 'The Incubus' has also obtained a passionate fanbase of over 100,000 girls online and has garnered the attention of reporters from the Miami Herald, CBS News, and NPR Radio.

Leighton also starred alongside Scream Queen, Tara Cardinal, in the film 'Legend of the Red Reaper' which made its world debut at the 2012 AFM in Los Angeles.

Twenty-Two-year-old Leighton is excited to release her debut young adult novel series, 'Of Light and Darkness', set in contemporary Prague, as well as developing the film adaptation of the novel series.

Recently released songs can now be heard on ReverbNation.com with a full-length album in the works. Leighton is currently named #35 on the pop charts in Miami, FL.
Named #26 in Boca Magazine's "Top 100 'It' People" for 2011.

Shayne Leighton lives in Fort Lauderdale, FL with her husband and key inspiration, Frank and travels back and forth to the Czech Republic often.

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