Kairon and Jerrod, ex-lovers and current neighbours, are dismayed to learn that the superlatively named Councilman Alderman has returned to Sangre. They tried to destroy Councilman Alderman once before, and the old vampire is likely to be holding a (quite understandable) grudge.
Life has been stacking up for vampire, library sciences student, and part-time assassin Amber Fang. She came so close to finding her mother. She can’t seem to avoid her father. And then there are the ninja librarians. There’s hardly enough time to grab a bite to eat.
Ethical vampire Amber Fang is on the hunt for her mother, for answers about her identity, and for a murderer to have for dinner. Everybody seems to have plans for her, and most of them she’d very much like to avoid.
Amber Fang is the only vampire she knows of. She lives on the run, hunting down murderers for food and trying to finish her degree in Library Sciences.
A few kilometres outside fair Klausenberg, where we set our scene, intensely self-confident Jonathan Harker arrives at Castle Dracula to start his new job. He’s an academic, and has been hired as a librarian by Count Dracula. Harker starts his visit by running into a lovely woman in the dining room who begs for his help escaping and then flits off.
I don’t sleep well, and this has led to strange online shopping and lots of semi-conscious thinking. That second part is usually announced to Dr Jim with the immortal phrase, “Okay, you know xyz, right?” Sometimes I even make sense, but it’s certainly not required. 🌕🌕🌕 Okay, you know the first Hammer Dracula, right?
When television and film go back to the same characters over and over, the first incarnation we see tends to be the one that becomes “ours.” Our James Bond or our Doctor or our Sherlock Holmes is the correct one and you can’t shake us. There is a random quality to intersections with pop culture, but longevity allows an actor’s interpretation to become the default for generations.