The Vampire Fred: Wicked Game

Being a vampire sucks, especially when you’ve got to deal with things like a dead-end job as an office drone, avoiding vigilante vampire slayers on the subway, and being price-gouged on blood from the slaughterhouse. Add in a crush on your annoyingly charismatic sire, and unraveling a little conspiracy to upset the balance of power among the vampires of the City, and it’s all in a night’s work though for fledgling vampire Fred Tompkins, as long as he doesn’t miss out on any overtime.


One thought on “The Vampire Fred: Wicked Game

  1. mantasticfiction February 1, 2010 / 5:40 pm

    This book rocks! A little over 200 pages of mystery, intrigue, wit and romance. This book is told, mainly, from Fred’s point of view and the inner dialogue he has running through his head kept me rolling. There are a few parts that I was definitely thinking WTF, but the author keeps you right in the story and all is explained in due time.

    This story is plot driven with a very sweet and manly romance. If I had any writing ability at all then I would want to write like Vaughn R Demont. It is my hope that he revisits these characters in the future.

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