A Dark Romance Horror with hints of erotica, set in the political and fictional city of New Babylon
“From the moment we’re born, we’re told we are weak.”
Weak girls marry for title. Weak girls do as they are told. Ida Blanchefleur is not weak.
When her wedding night devolves into a graveyard nightmare, a series of events begins to unfold that carries Ida towards one horrifying decision: To choose between her own happiness, as dark and mysterious as it is, and the family legacy she has been sworn to uphold. Will Ida choose to uplift her family and regain them the wealth and privilege their dark patrons have promised? Or will she follow her heart as it leads her into a darkness as deep as the ocean floor where the Livyatan lurk?
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About the Author
Carmen has been a "writer" for 19 years, but has only recently become what she considers to be an "author," fighting the struggle against her inner demons and writing down the words that want out.
She writes Dark Romance, Horror, Erotica, and what she and her co-author coined as Gaslight Vamp – A look at vampires through a fictional Victorian setting, utilising the fictional city of New Babylon, a city ruled by vampires, or the Lords of Night.
Carmen uses the presence of vampires in a fictional setting to give voice to the struggles and successes of humanity, painting a portrait of the world that is both dark and beautifully highlighted with love conquering death above all else.
Her earlier publications ("Bought in Blood," "The Key," and "Under the Streetlight") are no longer available. Instead, Carmen and her co-writer/husband, Richard T. Wheeler, have re"vamped" the series with their first novel in the core Sanguinem Emere series "Nightfall on New Babylon." As well as the "Shades of the Sea and Flame" series.
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