Review: Count Dracula’s Teenaged Daughter by R Barri Flowers

Count Dracula’s Teenaged Daughter is book one in the Transylvanica High series by R Barri Flowers featuring Kula, the half-human-half-vamire child of the legendary vampire Dracula.

A new high school. A new town. And a new secret, revealed on her 16th birthday. Not the abandoned human child she thought she was, Kula is the half-vampire daughter of the head of the Dracula clan. And the vampire hunters in her town are headed straight for her rich heritage and new taste for blood.

This is a great story, although I felt it was a little choppy. Still, the ideas were great and I liked the characters. Kula and her human boyfriend. The vampire guardians. The Queen V. All combined to make a thrilling tale.

If you like this one, you can check out the author’s website. Or, check out the rest of the series.

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