What -- did you think all vamps were pale, thin, and brooding? Don't I wish.
Me, I just happened to be bloating when a sexy Scotsman sank his teeth into me, so here I am, Glory St. Clair, eternally "full figured." On the plus side, I can rock a corset like nobody's business. Oh, and as... read more
When Scot-Angus Jeremiah “Jeremy Blade” Campbell III took a pint of blood from Gloriana Eloisa “Glory” St. Clair, he converted her into what he is, a vampire. However, though lovers or fighters more or less over the past couple of centuries since her conversion, she has never forgiven him for... read more (warning: may contain spoilers)
When Scot-Angus Jeremiah “Jeremy Blade” Campbell III took a pint of blood from Gloriana Eloisa “Glory” St. Clair, he converted her into what he is, a vampire. However, though lovers or fighters more or less over the past couple of centuries since her conversion, she has never forgiven him for changing her when she was bloated. Au contraire to the Stoker mythos, the shape you were in when changed is your eternal shape. So instead of model thin, Glory is “full-figured”.
Successful entrepreneur Glory travels to be part of Vintage Vamp’s Emporium. However, Blade worries about her as a lethal slayer using modern technology and self financed is hunting down vampires. Since Glory never took the time to explore her vampiric powers, Blade turns alpha male and demands she move in to his coffin digs so he can keep her safe. Glory likes the idea of sharing his coffin, but decides to protect herself as she plans to hunt the hunter as no one no matter how dangerous they may be will keep her from the latest fashion as offered at the Vintage Vamp’s Emporium.
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