The Legend of Juliet by Alexandra Lanc
Part One (A Vampire Dystopia) (Finding Freedom Novellas)

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Step into the bloody world of this vampire dystopia series, where immortals rule, and humans are slaves...

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I was born into this world where vampires rule, this world where humans are at the bottom of the food chain - the pets, the toys, the slaves.

Yes, I was born into this world, and I thought that I didn't mind it...
But I was wrong.
So, who am I?
My name is Juliet.
And I am Human.

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The human race is no longer its own master. Years ago, the vampires of the world came to power, and ever since then, human beings have become submissive, accepting their roles as slaves.

Except for Juliet.

Slave to the Master Sibold Delouge, son of the Earth's leading vampire king, Juliet has a mind of her own, and a will to go along with it. Brought to the Delouge's manor at a young age, Juliet has always secretly longed for freedom, and as the vampire's world begins to change, so does her view of it.

But, in a world where her opinions fail to matter, will a step towards freedom lead to further oppression?

The first novella in the Finding Freedom series, later to be stitched into one novel, The Legend of Juliet is the second in Alexandra Lanc's Reader Participation Publishing line, where readers can vote for what happens next.

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Voting ends: August 23rd, 2013
The Legend of Juliet: Part Two ~ Available Autumn 2013

Please note: this novella series contains violence and some suggestive material, and may not be suitable for all readers.

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Published April 25, 2013 by Alexandra Lanc Publishing ~ Reader Participation Series. 71 pages
Genres: Romance, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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