Vampires own the night in Regency London.
After centuries of delivering impartial justice as the Vampire King’s Blade, Anton Grazki’s heart is encased in ice.
Lady Sybil Lofstrom, descended from a race of Fae thought to be extinct, is a ladies’ chaperone. She never mentions the monsters she sees roaming the streets at night, fearing accusations of madness. When she and Anton meet face to face in Vauxhall’s Dark Walk, he realizes her power to destroy his race, yet she seems to trust him.
Will Anton do his duty and eliminate the threat to his race? Or will he follow the urgings of a heart he believes died long ago and risk everything?
About the Author
An award winning author of Regency Romance, Ann Lethbridge has more than twenty-five books published in print and e-book and is now enjoying venturing into the fantasy world of paranormal. Ann grew up living all over Britain and developed a love of the country and its history. If you would like to be informed about forthcoming books sign up for her newsletter at her website.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Lady Sybil Lofstrom is a chaperon to a young miss. She is happy to keep in the background as her job requires. She has her own reasons to be invisible. If people know what she sees, they would think her mad as they did her mother. Anton Grazki is a mysterious figure. He is a member of King Vlad's vampire court and his blade. He brings death. He doesn't understand why this lovely Lady can see him when others can't. She's dangerous to his kind. He must make sure that she is kept quiet. Will he be successful? Now their journey to love begins. Lady Sybil is a strong woman who moves silently through life. She will not be driven to madness. She needs light and freedom. She's wary of Anton. He's a commanding figure and very attractive. While he feels the same awareness, he realizes that she is his weakness. He's his King's prisoner and must do as he is commanded. I enjoyed Lady Sybil's Vampire. It is a fascinating combination of two genres - regency and paranormal. Ann Lethbridge does an amazing job. The story is a dark adventure filled with passion and pain. The characters are strong and compelling. London and her familiar setting adds to the dark atmosphere. I love the bond these two share. They come from two different worlds. Can love triumph? This story kept me on the edge of my seat. I wanted these two to be together. I just wasn't sure how it could be accomplished. I was impressed that Ann Lethbridge expanded her vision of the regency world. I'm hoping this isn't the last we see of these vampires. I have unanswered questions. I think that Miss Ester needs to have a story.