Innocent While She Sleeps (A Tale of Vampires, #3)


About A Tale of Vampires Series:
A seven book chronicle of the lives of a group of vampires, each book in the series explores their unique gift, and their take on the living, the dead, and the undead.


Innocent While She Sleeps is a vampire novella which is the third in a Tale of Vampires Series. In A Tale of Vampires, there will be seven short horror stories that can be read alone, but should really be read in order. When you’re finished reading this go straight to Dream The Crow’s Black Dream.

Find out what happens in this #1 best selling vampire thriller.
If you are a fan of fast-paced, action-packed vampire stories that combine horror and murder with dramatic twists and turns, then ‘ Innocent While She Sleeps ‘ is for you.

Along with other books in the series, Innocent While She Sleeps has rocketed to the top of three paid best seller lists, Critics say Book 3 in the Tale of Vampires Series sees the author ‘John Hennessy, an English YA writer, has done it again with his new novella Innocent While She Sleeps in the A Tale of Vampires series. He has once again made it equally provoking, wicked and alluring, enchanting at the same time. There are few authors on the block who can turn a blood-lusting vampire into an innocent being, reading about which can only fill up your heart with compassion, instead of hatred!’

Innocent While She Sleeps – A Tale of Vampires Book 3:

Tormented by all the wicked and evil deeds she has committed in her life, the vampire has never known what it is like to truly rest in peace. Far from the confines of the Blood and the Raven; at Castle Dreymuir, a most unlikely source offers her a way out of the life.

Initially, she dismisses it out of hand; stating the cost is far too high for her to possibly consider. But as time goes on, one overwhelming desire eats away at her – a return to innocence in both her waking hours and whilst she sleeps.

Will she accept this deadly but most compelling of offers, so that she can put her brutal existence to rest, once and for all?

Dark, scary, and thrilling, The Blood and the Raven will leave readers wanting for more as the intricate plot evolves with each book in the series.

#1 in Kindle Store > Books > Teen & Young Adult > Horror > Short Stories
#1 in Books > Young Adult > Horror > Short Stories
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˃˃˃ Where will this story take you?
” The language is not only refined but almost poetic. it had a beauty to it and with an elegance it managed to narrate an otherwise spooky and blood dripping tale.” Merril Anil – Read, Watch and Think blog

˃˃˃ Discover what other readers already know
” By now I have become a fan of author’s John Hennessy, spine-tingling, exciting writing. The novel takes you in frightening places with unparallel style. His web of mystery is infectious and draws you in with wicked and unexpected twists in the narrative. I enjoyed the first two books of the trilogy and fully appreciated the well defined characters who continue to fascinate the reader.
There is a sleeping beauty allure to Juliana’s hibernation in her coffin, captive by the dreaded gloom within the castle of Dreymuir. She is the spawn of evil vampires, engaged in the endless struggle for the triumph of evil over good. We feel compassion for the child Nina whose only defense is her innocence and innate goodness against the powerful dominance that wishes to possess her.
I highly recommend this easy, fascinating read to anyone who enjoy being lost in a frightening and yet enticing world of magic and fantasy. “ Adriana Girolami, Author of Revenge of the Knights Templar.

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