Meet Marcus Scott from Christmas With the Vampires

Happy festive Hump Day! Here is an excerpt from my Kindle short story, Christmas With the Vampires. This features our favourite vampire bad boy, Marcus Scott, and his Christmas adventure in Edwardian London.

Excerpt

Marcus cut a striking figure in his dark red velvet frock coat, jaunty black silk top hat, and impeccable tailored suit. The rough corduroy trousers, linen shirt and leather waistcoat of his human days were long forgotten, although he had kept his old work clothes as a reminder of his youth. The man did not look a day over twenty-five in age, but then his physical body was frozen in time due to his vampire genetics. His eyes alone betrayed the experience of his age, and many unsuspecting humans were left mystified when they tried to talk down to Marcus Scott only to be politely rebuffed when he demonstrated his knowledge and expertise in the matter at hand.  He rarely lost his temper, but when he did, he was a force to be reckoned with, vampire or not.

Buy the Books

You can read the story of how Marcus Scott became a vampire in The Darkness of Love, a Victorian vampire novel. Click here for details about this book and the companion short story, Christmas with the Vampires.

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