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The last thing she has thought of is marriage. But fate brings Malcolm Donahue into her life. Brash, rude and intransigent, Malcolm is the last sort of man Ailsa expects herself to find attractive. But he is the son of the Laird Donahue, and her father expects her to make the alliance.

Amidst growing tension between the clans, Ailsa and Malcolm find themselves drawn inexplicably closer and their convenient alliance deepens into something so much more as chaos blossoms around them.


And when violence breaks out between her husband's forces and their ancient enemy, Ailsa does not know where to turn. All she knows is that she cannot lose the man she loves. A story of wildness, beauty and dawning love set against the mystical backdrop of Medieval Scotland.

In ancient times vampires formed a religion-like cult , and in the Middle Ages, believing themselves cursed, dwelt in catacombs under cemeteries in covens which emphasized darkness and their own cursed state. Vampires are largely solitary; Lestat's "family" of 80 years is described as unusually long. There is no organized society beyond covens, religious bodies, and small groups from time to time. While a few vampires seem to find a way to cope with immortality, most capitulate to self-destructive anger or depression and do not survive beyond some decades or a few centuries.

This is described in the series by the saying that vampires "go into the fire or go into history"—the few that survive far longer become legendary or semi-mythical characters. The most ancient vampires, a thousand or more years old, are known colloquially as "Children of the Millennia".

In his life as a vampire, Lestat spends decades trying to find any vampire who is more than a few hundred years old, as a way to learn where they all came from and what their vampiric status means, a quest that eventually leads him to the year-old Marius. Louis de Pointe du Lac tells a young reporter the story of how he had been made a vampire in 18th-century New Orleans by Lestat de Lioncourt. In creating and sheltering the child vampire Claudia , Lestat and Louis had unknowingly set tragedy in motion. This book chronicles Lestat's own origins, as he resurfaces in the modern world, his attempt to find meaning by exposing himself to humanity in the guise of a rock star, his search when younger for Marius, culminating with his accidental awakening of Akasha , the ancient Egyptian queen and first vampire, who has been immobile for millennia and is being safeguarded by Marius.

Lestat has awakened Akasha, the first of all vampires, who has in her thousands of years of immobility, contrived an idealised way to achieve world peace, by killing almost all males and all other vampires that she can destroy. She is destroyed by Mekare, who has awakened and returned after 6, years to fulfil a promise to destroy Akasha at the moment she poses the greatest threat. A thief switches bodies with him and runs off, and Lestat enlists David Talbot , leader of the Talamasca and one of his only remaining friends, to help him retrieve it. In Memnoch the Devil , Lestat meets the eponymous demon and is faced with a theological personal crisis.

Rice's New Tales of the Vampires —'s Pandora and 's Vittorio the Vampire —do not feature Lestat at all, instead telling the stories of the eponymous peripheral vampires, the Patrician Pandora from Rome in the 1st century B. The origins of Marius de Romanus are explored in 's Blood and Gold , and Blackwood Farm tells the story of young Tarquin Blackwood as he enlists Lestat and Merrick to help him banish a spirit named Goblin. Prince Lestat rejoins the remaining vampires a decade later as Lestat faces pressure to lead them.

The series primarily follows the antihero Lestat, and by extension the many humans and vampires whose lives he has touched in his own long existence. Rice also explores the origins of vampires far more ancient than the so-called "brat prince". In Rice called her vampires a "metaphor for lost souls", adding that "they were metaphors for us The homoerotic overtones of The Vampire Chronicles are also well-documented.

On the homoerotic content of my novels: I can only say what I have said many times—that no form of love between consenting individuals appears wrong to me. I see bisexuality as power. When I write I have no gender. It is difficult for me to see the characters in terms of gender.

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I have written individuals who can fall in love with men and women. All this feels extremely natural to me. Undoubtedly, there is a deep protest in me against the Roman Catholic attitude toward sexuality. My characters have always been transcending gender I think the main issue with me is love, not gender. I have never understood the great prejudice against gay people in our society I don't know why I see the world that way, but I know that it's very much a point with me, that we should not be bound by prejudices where gender is concerned. Keller asserts that the publication and success of Rice's Vampire Chronicles reinforced the "widely recognized parallel between the queer and the vampire.

In August , Universal Pictures and Imagine Entertainment acquired the motion picture rights to the entire Vampire Chronicles series, with producers Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci signed to helm the potential film franchise. In November , Rice took to her Facebook account to announce that the rights to her novels were reverted to her despite plans for a reboot of the series. Rice and her son Christopher will be developing and executive producing a potential television series based on the novels. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Main article: List of The Vampire Chronicles characters.

This section is transcluded from List of The Vampire Chronicles characters. This section does not cite any sources. Please help improve this section by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. April Learn how and when to remove this template message. Retrieved November 4, September 16, Retrieved June 25, The New York Times. The Telegraph. Retrieved August 10, Entertainment Weekly. Retrieved Twins Of Evil features a female vampire biting a female victim on the breast. The three brides of Dracula are sometimes portrayed as being lovers, although, in the original book, they were purely fixated on Jonathan Harker.

Vampyros Lesbos , a film with pretensions at artistry. Relatively tame, it is still considered a cult classic and is well known for its music track. Jean Rollin was also extremely fond of this trope in the s. The twist is that the vampires deliberately went after lesbians because they needed the blood and skin of virgins specifically women who'd never been with a man and lesbians gave them more to work with than pre-teen girls.

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Direct-to-video movie The Sisterhood features a lesbian vampire sorority. Rise: Blood Hunter opens with a use of this trope and employs it repeatedly thereafter. Unsubtly, Lesbian Vampire Killers , which is about the killers of lesbian vampires, and not lesbians who kill vampires or lesbian vampires who kill people. The reason the vampires all become lesbians is apparently the result of Camilla's influence, a demon who hated men and lusted after women. Except even when her curse is lifted, the former vampires don't stop being lesbians.

Then again, with a name like that, you can bet it's a camp movie. Bordello of Blood features a scene with Lilith, the female vampire boss, standing above the bound heroine, discussing how she was about to take her for a "test drive". She escapes. Then, after you think the story's over, the heroine does get turned into a vampire - the vampire didn't bite her on the neck, but on the inner thigh instead. The German film Vampyr , loosely based on Carmilla and another Le Fanu story, features possibly the least attractive lesbian vampire ever: an old woman who lives in a coffin and preys on a teenager.

Quite a bit of the film is Mind Screw hallucination. Hinted at in 's Mark of the Vampire. There's Bela Lugosi as a vampire, and there's his vampire daughter.

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In both scenes where the heroine is attacked, it's the daughter, not Bela, that does the bloodsucking. The film Dracula's Daughter , which is a sequel to the very famous Dracula movie, features much lesbian subtext from the eponymous character. One of its tag lines is even "Save the women of London from Dracula's Daughter! The Deliberately Monochrome movie Nadja has a scene where a female vampire slides her hand into the panties of a woman who's having her period and licks off the result. Embrace of the Vampire , "starring" Alyssa Milano, has a lesbian vampire scene. Countess Bathory in the sadly overlooked Daughters of Darkness.

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Vampires VS. Zombies, a terrible movie from a terrible production company that should have been called Lesbian Having Wet Dreams. Seduction Cinema Productions have produced a series of erotic lesbian films, starting with The Vampire's Seduction and following through with numerous titles including The Erotic Rites of Countess Dracula The film Mil Mascaras vs the Aztec Mummy includes a scene involving identical-twin teenage vampire girls, who express their attraction to each other as part of an attempt to lure Mil Mascaras into a three-way encounter that is actually a trap.

Lady Sylvia Marsh in The Lair of the White Worm likes both genders , but seems to take more pleasure in her female victims. Vampyres has an example of the bisexual variety: a lesbian couple who hunt together, and sometimes bring home male prey. Abel Ferrara's The Addiction , which features Philosophy-major vampires who spend a lot of time talking about Sartre, has a protagonist who will sometimes pick up other women. In this case, she doesn't deliver on anything sexual, and only uses it as a pretense for targeting a victim. The German film We Are the Night has one of these and two bisexual ones.

Vega in Frostbite. Fright Night 2: New Blood : More of a bisexual vampire, but Gerri vamps on several women in scenes that are played up very erotically. The transformation does not change their sexual preference. Older Than Radio : As mentioned above, the novella Carmilla is about a female vampire who preys on young women by biting their breasts as they sleep. By modern standards it's very genteel, with Carmilla's attraction to Laura being somewhere between Romantic Two-Girl Friendship and the less explicit sort of Schoolgirl Lesbians.

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In Varney the Vampire Clara Crofton predates even Carmilla as a female vampire who prefers female victims. Her first victim is a sixteen-year-old village girl named Anna. Inverted in Interview with the Vampire , in which a man is seduced and transformed by a male vampire. Lestat claims that, before the twentieth century, he was exclusively attracted to men, since he didn't consider women to be very interesting. Though he did seem fairly interested in his mother. Tina in the Betsy the Vampire Queen books by Mary Janice Davidson is technically bisexual and, as such, has emotional sway over both men and women but not over gay men.

However, she prefers women, which causes Betsy a bit of trouble early on. There are several in the Anita Blake series, though, of course, they're usually evil, depraved, and want to rape Anita , so that the author can work out her "Ewwwwwwww In Discworld it is hinted that Sally von Humpeding's cheerful promiscuity extends to both sexes: she is definitely interested in Carrot, and drops ambiguous hints during her naked mud-bath confrontation with Angua. Ivy Tamwood from The Hollows novels is a rare heroic version, though she is, in fact, bisexual. She still has a penchant for dressing in tight black leather.

Her on and off again ex Skimmer is a more typical example of this trope, especially after her multiple Villainous Breakdowns. A male bisexual vampire, Henry Fitzroy, in Blood Books. As well as Vicki Nelson, he also often feeds off of gay street kid and former male prostitute Tony, who eventually gets his own spin-off series. This element appears to be missing from the TV series. Christabel : this is considered one way of interpreting Samuel Taylor Coleridge 's poem with the lamia-like Geraldine. In Carmilla rewrite The Moth Diaries , the antagonist, Ernessa, is either one of these or a lesbian of the common or garden variety.

Either way, she and her 'victim', Lucy, are surprised in bed by the diarist, also in love with Lucy. Since Raiths feed off of lust, especially lust generated through sex with their prey, this essentially means that most of the Raiths including his sister Lara, who feeds on a woman in Backup are bisexual.

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Lara Raith also killed her sister Madeline in Turncoat by feeding on her. Lara also made a point of literally ripping Madeline's intestines out at the same time and lovingly telling her how she'd always wanted to do this, making for one the most gruesome and disturbing moments of the entire series. Madeline herself actually claimed to dislike feeding on women, but even she made an If It's You, It's Okay threat towards Justine. Inverted example: the eponymous character in The Vampire Tapestry usually selects male victims and sometimes has sex with them as well.

He insists that this is solely for purposes of secrecy, as closeted gay men tend to conceal their trysts with care; he'd rather not engage in the sex part at all, but does so if it's necessary to hold a potential victim's interest long enough to reach a good body-dump site. Whether or not he's in denial is unclear, but the female psychiatrist to whom he unloads initially assumes that his tales of vampirism are a metaphor for gay self-loathing.

Pam Keesey edited two anthologies of lesbian vampire stories, Daughters of Darkness and Dark Angels Young adult vampire novelist Amelia Atwater-Rhodes has stated that many of the vampires in her canon are bisexual, having grown tired over the centuries of being romantically involved with a single gender.

In Chia Black Dragon , Chia is a vampire and a lesbian. She just doesn't get a lot of opportunities to practice. Hex Hall 's Jenna is both lesbian and a vampire, but doesn't quite fit the trope. However, she was seduced into becoming a vampiress by a beautiful young woman named Amanda, who does. It ended Oscar and Eli in Let the Right One In count as a gender-flipped example, as Oscar is a boy and Eli is a castrated boy posing as a girl. While she spends a lot of time with female "toys" and never does the same with men, the only person she has romantic feelings for is Ainz When Ainz is forced to come up with an alias for Shalltear on the spot, his first thought is "Carmilla" but he discards it for being too obvious.

Live-Action TV. In the Charmed episode "Bite Me", Paige temporarily becomes a member of a lesbian vampire coven which includes a gay male vampire.