The Vampire from Hell: (Part 1) - The Beginning

Rated 4.07/5 based on 15 reviews
According to Rayea, the oldest daughter of Satan, the origin of vampires started in Hell, and it started with her. This story also includes "A Vampire Among Angels (Part 2)" of the series. More
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About Ally Thomas

Ally Thomas loves writing fantasy and paranormal books that showcase vampires, werewolves, zombies, witches, and any furry monsters who go bump in the night. Her paranormal fantasy series, The Vampire from Hell remains a favorite among fans. Learn more at

About The Vampire from Hell
According to Rayea, the oldest daughter of Satan, the origin of vampires started in Hell, and it started with her. Rayea isn't daddy's little girl, even if he is the most powerful fallen angel around. He wants her to take an active role in the family business. But she's not interested in his schemes for world domination. Instead she wants to spend her time shopping on the Internet, rescuing humans from a horrific eternity, and practicing martial arts with her seven foot hellhound. Then one day everything changes.

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Review by: chucklesthescot on April 30, 2014 :
It's not easy being Satan's daughter especially when you want to save humans from the fate he has in store for them. But when she gets caught helping them, Daddy is not very pleased.

I was a bit unsure how to rate this one, going between 2.5 and 3 stars. It was interesting enough to read and I liked the pet hellhound Blick. He was pretty cool. I didn't fully connect with Rayea though she was a decent character but I didn't dislike her either. The story was well written and delivered and I can't really say that there was anything about it that annoyed me or anything. But it was just lacking that something for me to give it a higher mark.

Random irritation: at one point Rayea says she can imagine herself as Sarah Connor in the Terminator, looking all toned and ready for some fighting action. Well it was actually Terminator 2 that Sarah was the ruthless action hero, not the original film where she was a quivering wreck! Things like that tend to bug me! I did NOT mark down for that though coz that would be dumb and pretty unfair!
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Review by: Catherine Wolffe on March 09, 2014 :
If you've been following the tale of Rayea, daughter of Satan and vampire heroine, you know things aren't always as they seem. This followup to The Vampire from Hell series is packed with plot twists and turns that will keep you on the edge of your seat. Great job, Ally Thomas!
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Review by: candi davenport on Sep. 26, 2013 :
Great read.
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Review by: Laura McDermaid on July 04, 2012 :
I LOVE Rayea's story and the great spin Ally puts on the "Vampire" themed books. This story is a little bit of everything and a great yet "short" start to an awesome story line! Go Rayea! :)
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Review by: lfsims on June 28, 2012 :
The vampire has been overplayed alot in movies, books and tv but this is the first of a vampire from hell and I loved Rayea as a character she has it all.
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Review by: Emma Meade on Nov. 19, 2011 :
Rayea is a vampire and she’s also the least favourite daughter of Satan (he has a problem with the fact that she likes humans). Oh and she’s a blogger too. Pretty cool right? Rayea lives in hell and enjoys shopping on the internet; this left me wondering how delivery works but moving on. Her father, the devil himself enjoys torturing her, and her evil sister Stephanie has it out for Rayea. Her only ally is a seven foot friendly hellhound.

A good introduction to a new supernatural series and funny in parts. I laughed out loud when Stephanie asked Rayea what she was doing on the internet. “Mindlook. Twizzler?” to which an exasperated Rayea replies “It’s Facebook and Twitter.” This is a free teaser. If you like a different sort of vampire story check this out.
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Review by: Aliraluna on Nov. 12, 2011 :
Loved it!!!!! I want to buy the other books of this serie!


It all starts with a girl; named Rayea that is the daughter of Satan/Lucifer that is tired of the torture that her father likes to do to humans. She likes the humans, and because of that he wants to kill her. And besides all that she's a new type of vampire. The story is told by her as she writes it in her blog. Lol. She was not very strong like her sister, Stephanie, and being demons their father wanted them to be stong - but hey she has this cute hellhound named Blick that makes her feel better; is like her companion. Rayea has pale skin and black hair. Anyway Rayea is working to give the humans like a second chance, returning humans to a second level of Earth. In hell there were no mirrors! The thing is her damn father is such an ass! he even beats her! the thing is she's different because Lucifer made this new wine that creates someone into a vampire; he poured some blood of his own and when Rayea woke up, she had no pain but she had fangs! the creation consist of: a green wine, satan's blood, and a blessing from the ancient snake goddess, Mehen (which Satan form at that moment was of a snake), created an unique vampire. SHE WAS A HUMAN! that's like what?! she's not really a demon. Her mother was a worshipper of Ra the Egyptian God of sun (funny thing she had something of Ra).... and Satan raped her mother!
In the end of this book her hellhound decided it was time to escape... perhaps to heaven...
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Review by: Dan Hughes on Nov. 06, 2011 :
A book with potential. Mind-bending imaginative paranormal theme.
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Review by: Ryan Lavender on June 21, 2011 :
I loved this book. Waiting for the next installment to come out, hope it'll be out soon. Like poster before me I'm hoping author does not charge a huge amount of money for future books. I see that as a possible problem for me and E-books. The first hit is free then $10.00 for the next fix. Hey that sounds kinda like a pusher. Love Smashwords becuase I get to read authors I'd never even think of trying before.
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Review by: Max M Power on June 16, 2011 :
Loved it. What a GREAT hook. Cant wait to read the rest. I just hope this author does not make the same mistake as other authors with a great story, charging way to much for an ebook. Would love it if it was free, but would definatly pay for this book.
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Review by: Gabriele Carmona on March 31, 2011 :
can't wait for part two.
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Review by: Nic123 on March 27, 2011 :
Really enjoyed this book and looking forward to reading part 2
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Review by: Peter Norman on March 23, 2011 :
This book / writer has great potential. It is well written imaginative theme that gets you interested in the first few hundred words.

If the rest of the book lives up to the beginning I would have no hesitation in comparing it favourably to the Twilight series for enjoyment and readability.

I am looking forward to the next release having devoured this (Part 1) in a single and all too brief session.
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Review by: C S McClellan on Feb. 23, 2011 :
Rayea is a young, sassy, very contemporary vampire with the normal concerns of any young woman: clothes, friends, actors. But one of her interests really pisses off her father, who prefers to be addressed as Your Highness. She wants to save humanity from him, and it isn’t going to be an easy job.

It’s an interesting concept with a heroine who isn’t exactly the typical vampire. The story suffers from some sloppy grammar and editing, but not so much that it would be distracting for most vampire fans. It has all the signs of being the first novel of a young writer, with enough imagination to make the reader anticipate the next installment.
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Review by: Flying With Red Haircrow Productions on Jan. 30, 2011 :
"A great idea, one I thought unique from my perspective. I don’t generally choose vampire fiction as a genre to read personally, but Amy Larkin’s idea drew me in..."

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