The Vampire’s Daughter is Finally Here!

The Vampire’s Daughter by Leigh Anderson Published by Rogue Phoenix Press Cover by Cherith Vaughan About the Book When Ethan discovers that the love of his life, Victoria, is actually the child of a monstrous beast and must marry another man to save her family, he retreats to a monastery to live out the rest Read More

My Cover Reveal for The Vampire’s Daughter by Leigh Anderson

I am so excited because today is the cover reveal for my first full-length Gothic romance novel, The Vampire’s Daughter, being published by Rogue Phoneix Press! My very good friend Cherith Vaughn did the cover design. You can see more samples of her work at her website and she is available to do your cover Read More

Excerpt from “The Vampire’s Gift”

Calmet gasped. It was Ellen, but not the way he remembered her. She looked younger, paler, her long blonde hair, which she usually pinned up, was flowing freely. She was smiling, but not in the way that used to bring him comfort. The ends of her mouth were curled into a dangerous smirk and the Read More

Excerpt 2 from The Vampire’s Daughter

He watched his daughter skip away through the darkness. She was so lovely and spirited and made him so proud. She was his hope for the future. “Why do you let her do whatever she wants, my lord?” asked a sly and seductive voice. “You know why, Jessenda,” he replied. Jessenda, another of Vincent’s servants, Read More

Exciting News! The Vampire’s Daughter Has Found a Publisher!

I am so excited to announce that The Vampire’s Daughter has finally found a publisher! Even though this blog is not very old, I originally wrote The Vampire’s Daughter 7 years ago! I have been through several rewrite and editing stages and have sent hundreds of queries over the years. I am so happy to Read More

Excerpt From The Vampire’s Daughter

“Who are you?” she asked. “Someone who can help you,” he said, once again offering her his hand. She looked at it as her curiosity gave way to fear, and she realized who he was. Her eyes widened as she kept her hands close to her chest. How could she be so stupid, not to Read More