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Lady Dusk: A Ghoul's Tale

Lady Dusk: A Ghoul's Tale


Andros thinks what many ghouls do: My master is the center of the universe. I love my master. My master and I have something special together.

He's wrong.

His master, Lady Dusk, is as cruel as she is beautiful. This Rose brooks none of his affection, and in fact, punishes and degrades him at any turn. His connection is not one of love and romance, but enslavement and dismissal.

Slowly, Andros realizes that his fate is darker than he imagined. The Blood is a Hell of a drug, though, and those crimson chains are not easily broken. Will Andros find the strength to break free of his captivity, or will he succumb to the darkness of Lady Dusk for all time?

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August 13th, 2019
This short story is a GREAT glimpse into a slice of the setting for readers who are new to Vampire and its mythology. Even more amazing, it would serve very well as fiction bits separated through a Toreador Clanbook. Some readers who are not at all new [...]
August 13th, 2019
A very well written story that submerges the reader inside the pain and angst of the protagonist and also reveals slowly the little quirks that make Lady Dusk a full on developed vampire. Cant wait to know more about her. [...]
July 30th, 2019
Lady Dusk: A Ghoul's Tale is a dark look into the relationship of a ghoul and his master. The majority of this novella is written from the view of Andros, a ghoul in the service of the Toreador Lady Dusk The imagery of the addictive nature of a vam [...]
June 21st, 2019
A great look at the inherently cruel nature of ghouling, and how one Rose manipulates the Bond. I can't wait to read more about the city and the other players [...]
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This title was added to our catalog on June 18, 2019.