Mina/the Dracula Story Continues

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Berkley Books, 1994 - Fiction - 325 pages
51 Reviews
In Bram Stoker's immortal classic, "Dracula," an extraordinary woman named Mina Harker became the living object of a vampire's obsession. He came to her in the night, like a demon lover, opening a vein in his chest - and pressing her tender lips to the wound. Consumed by passion, Mina drank of his blood. And from that moment on, his seductive power filled her senses with strange, forbidden longings. Only one thing saved her soul from eternal damnation: a stake driven through the heart of Count Dracula...

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Review: Mina (Dracula Continues #1)

User Review  - Sana Zameer - Goodreads

MINA was not what I was expecting. It was written as an study of victorian era rather than a book on vampires. The original characters from DRACULA were drastically changed. There seem to be no plot. A very boring book. Read full review

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User Review  - wendy - Goodreads

i wish i had realized this was the first of the two i had. i don't know if a third was ever written. difficult to track because the authors differ. Read full review


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Marie Kiraly is the pseudonym for an acclaimed author who has written vampire fiction for Ace and for TSR.

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