The Dark Heroine by Abigail Gibbs
Dinner with a Vampire

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The Dark Heroine: Dinner with a Vampire, the debut novel from Abigail Gibbs, is a thrilling paranormal novel set in London with unforgettable characters and haunting romance.

When party girl Violet Lee stumbles upon the charming and wicked vampire Kaspar Varn, she embarks on a dangerous adventure through London’s darkest streets and poshest neighborhoods. As their attraction isundeniable, the pair succumb to their desires, but at what cost?

Fans of A Discovery of Witches and Stephanie Meyer’s Twilight books won’t be able to resist this tale from Wattpadd-sensation Abigail Gibbs. The Dark Heroine is an edgy and wild fantasy; an impossibly sexy read.


About Abigail Gibbs

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Abigail Gibbs is a seventeen year-old student who lives with her family in a ridiculously picturesque coastal village in Devon, in the southwest of England, where fancy Londoners like to summer. She has been admitted to Oxford University in 2013, to read English. She calls herself a "writer, teenager, vegetarian and self-confessed caffeine addict." She also says she gets many of her best ideas while jumping on her trampoline.
Published September 18, 2012 by William Morrow Paperbacks. 561 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction, Science Fiction & Fantasy. Fiction

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Publisher HarperCollins discovered 17-year-old Abigail Gibbs's debut novel on a social reading site, where it had received over 17m reads and 91,000 people voted for it.

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The Good, The Bad and The Unread

Now it’s her family who’s targeted and Violet has to decide which side she’s on, something that will affect her the rest of her life, no matter the decision.

Oct 08 2012 | Read Full Review of The Dark Heroine: Dinner with...

Love Vampires

Nine times out of ten I feel like I’ve read the story before and maybe, after 13 years of reading vampire romances, I have read it all before – usually better the first time around.

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