Sin takes a bite at love when modern day Southern belle Charlotte Stephens turns 30 and thinks God needs help when it comes to finding her a mate for marriage. Despite the assurance of loved ones that God does have a plan, Charlotte unknowingly finds romance with a vampire who happens to be on the prowl for a taste of mortal love.
After a 24-hour courtship dipped in Charleston’s coastal charm, Charlotte marries even though the groom says he suffers from a rare sleeping disorder and is only available sundown to sunrise. Charlotte simply shrugs it off to the fact that every newlywed couple has their woes.
Soon Charlotte’s dream marriage becomes a yoke of unequal proportions and a preview to what happens when acting on feelings, not faith.
Why write a vampire book for the Christian market?
Long before I knew of Twilight, I had written the Charlotte Marries a Vampire screenplay for a faith-based film production. To me, the comedy and vampire elements were a way of showing how Believers sometimes treat sin. At first, it’s merely entertained, then it grows to something bigger (and worse) than expected. Then others are swayed by the justification of its existence until the obvious is oblivious. Since the beginning of time, sin has always been notorious for wreaking its havoc of destruction under the pretense of something it’s not. Just ask Eve! Like the serpent, our vampire antagonist bites with deception.
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