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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About Joleene Naylor

Joleene Naylor is the author of the glitter-less Amaranthine vampire universe, a world where vampires aren't for children. Comprised of a main series, a standalone prequel, and several short story collections, she has plans to continue expanding with a trilogy and several standalone novels.

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. In what little time is left ,she watches anime, plays PokemonGo, and works on her crooked Victorian house in Villisca, Iowa. Between her husband, family, and pets, she is never lonely, in fact, quite the opposite. Should she disappear, one might look for her on a beach in Tahiti, sipping a tropical drink and wearing a disguise.

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About the Series: Vampire Morsels
Seventeen short stories from the world of Amaranthine; a universe of blood and darkness where vampires don't sparkle and night is eternal. Features origin stories, bits of randomness, and more about side characters from the Amaranthine novel series.

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Reviews

Sylvia King reviewed on on June 28, 2012

I have only read the vampire morsols series. I have not read the novels. Great read.
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Ruth Ann Nordin reviewed on 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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Bonnie Mutchler reviewed on 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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