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#59: Daughter of Darkness - V.C. Andrews

When I was a little girl, Daddy told me never to fear the dark. “We exist because of the darkness,” he told me. “All of you are daughters of darkness.”

Beloved bestselling author V.C. Andrews’s passion for vampires comes to spellbinding life in a long-awaited novel of dark desires as all-consuming—and forbidden—as in Flowers in the Attic. One night, with the sound of a young man’s scream, high school senior Lorelei discovers that her stern but loving father, who adopted Lorelei and her sisters as infants, is no ordinary man. He has raised his beautiful girls for one purpose: to lure young men into their world of shadows. Like her sisters, Lorelei has been trained in the art of seduction and warned never to fall in love. But when she meets a handsome and charming classmate, she boldly defies her family and follows her heart—even if love is a poison. . . .



  • Kindle: 1720 KB
  • Print Length: 405 pages
  • Publisher: Pocket Books (October 26, 2010)
  • ASIN: B003UYUROM


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AUTHOR BIO:
With the publication of her first novel, FLOWERS IN THE ATTIC, Virginia Andrews became a bestselling phenomenon. Since then, readers have been captivated by more than forty novels in the Virginia Andrews' series. Her novels have sold over 100 million copies worldwide and been translated into 22 languages.

My review for The Unwelcomed Child
My review for Flowers in the Attic
My review for Forbidden Sister
My review for Secrets in the Attic

My review for Flowers In The Attic
My review for the film adaption of Flowers In The Attic, released in 2014

REVIEW:
I've read a lot of V.C. Andrews books, but this one reaches up high on the creeptastic list! I love creepy stories and this one definitely fits that bill.
I like Lorelei a lot. She asks a lot of questions because she senses things just ain't right. Some people get turned off by such inquisitiveness, but in this case, it is quite admirable.
I wasn't surprised in the least by the outcome, but was totally surprised by the ending. I figured it would be filled with a lot more fluffy stuff than what it had. I was happy that things were left wide open, and yet not dangling off a cliff, for the next book, Daughter of Light.
Can't wait to read that one and see what happens next. I am hooked! 
Suspense fans, get a copy!


5/5

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  1. I've heard some good things about this series and after your review, I'm going to have to check these out. I like creeptastic. LOL

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