The Secret History of Vampires

The Secret History of Vampires In th century industrial Britain vampires roam unseen among all the gray and dark factories ruling over themselves and humans from the shadows Alexei is a enigmatic vampire with a dark past whose

  • Title: The Secret History of Vampires
  • Author: Windstar and Zee
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 187
  • Format: free online fiction
  • In 18th century industrial Britain, vampires roam unseen among all the gray and dark factories, ruling over themselves and humans from the shadows Alexei is a enigmatic vampire with a dark past whose path cross with Katiya, a young and sharp human thief and the story goes from there.epubbi

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  • Windstar and Zee

    Windstar and Zee are very popular online authors They are the Royal Academy of Bards 2010 Hall of Fame Authors.Windstar and Zee s yahoo group The Long, Dark HallwayWindstar and Zee s Page on AthenaeumWindstar s Page on Royal Academy of BardsZee s Page on Royal Academy of Bards

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  • I'm surprised there are no reviews yet, maybe it's overshadowed by Gray Line lol. :) But I think I love this as much as Gray Line, maybe even more, it's so wicked and sensual as much as Gray Line is witty and action-paced. Windstar and Zee are brilliant storytellers, that's for sure.I can't find any synopsis online so here's a simple gist. (Someone needs to write a synopsis that does this story justice) In 18th century industrial Britain, vampires roam unseen among all the gray and dark factorie [...]


  • Cannot believe how engrossing this book was. The story of Alexei and Katiya hooked me and I willingly went along for the ride which I never wanted to end. I am unfulfilled and hope that a sequel is in the works. This book is definitely among the best of this genre that I've had the pleasure of reading. 5 plus stars.


  • I loved it. I read it in a week and was a sorrow moment when I realized that I was about to finish it. The story take no place in Britain, as I read in other review, but in Russia, and in the 19th century. I any of you knows about a sequel of this, please let me know. Read it. You'll enjoy it, I promise.


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