Thursday, September 24, 2009

Vampires at the Opera

What if. Count Vlad Dracula and Erik, the Phantom of the Opera, not only knew each other, but formed an alliance? This exciting, unique story crosses two of the most widely read Gothic novels Dracula and Phantom of the Opera. Vampires at the Opera openly explores the steamy romantic relationships of soul mates Christine and Erik, and Mina and Dracula. The tale begins soon after the famous Stoker novel ends, when Dracula escaped capture by the group of vampire hunters then traveled to the Paris Opera House to seek sanctuary and the aid of his friend the Phantom. Dracula wants them to travel back to England to rescue Mina, the love of his life. Unbeknownst to Stoker, Mina kept additional, secret diary entries, detailing a very passionate romance with Dracula in London. First, however, Dracula must solve Erik's situation with his lover Christine Daae-dealing with the inept but earnest Raoul, the Vicomte de Chagny. Christine wants him out of the way so she and the Phantom can remain safe and happy, living beneath the Opera House. Once the Phantom's dilemma is resolved the two monsters plan their journey back to England, where they discover Mina is now pregnant with her husband Jonathan Harker's child. What's a vampire to do? Bring Mina back to Paris, turn her into a vampire, or leave her to live as a mortal in England? Enjoy this dark erotic tale of two legendary monsters.
This is another example of a total crapp book I HAD to own and totally loved. Yeah I have nothing to add that isn't said in the blurb above other than it was oddly sweet!

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