Book Two: The Draculia Vampire Trilogy
Dark Saint: The Vampire Dimitri
**previously published under the titles Lucifer’s Saint and The Vampire Dimitri**
19th Century London Society: Earls, proper manners, balls, dance cards…and vampires.
For decades, Dimitri has denied himself the most basic of pleasures in his attempt to free himself from the grip of his immortality. He disdains women, entertainment, and all but the most basic of sustenance in an effort to break his covenant with the devil.
But when he becomes the guardian for two young women—including the beautiful, maddening, and stubborn Maia Woodmore—his life is disrupted and he’s forced to face the emptiness from centuries of solitude.
Maia is no fool, and she alone is strong-willed enough to tame the beast Dimitri has become…and to show him love is the most important risk of all.
But when the most potent of danger strikes, can Dimitri put aside his own stubbornness to find love…even at the risk of his own soul?
Regency London loves a society wedding - even if there are vampires on the guest list. Dimitri, also known as the Earl of Corvindale, should be delighted that the headstrong Maia Woodmore is getting married. His mortal ward and houseguest has annoyed - and bewitched - the Dracule nobleman too long, and denying his animal cravings grows more excruciating by the day. Miss Woodmore's family has a rather... complicated history with the immortals, and she herself possesses a keen sensibility far beyond mere women's intuition. Marriage will give her safety, respectability, and everything else a proper young lady could wish for. Everything, that is, except passion. In the looming battle between Dracule factions, all pretenses will shatter as Maia and Dimitri come together in an unholy union of danger, desperation, and fiercest desire.
Format: Unabridged | Narrator: Victor Villar-Hauser | Time: 12h 12m