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Publisher's Summary

Ellie is exiled to Glencoe for misbehaving in Cape Town. On her first day there, she meets Douglas Mcleod and attraction ignites. His ancestor married a fairy, so it's not hard for him to accept that she's different; his best mate Roddy has other ideas.
Fighting uncles and aunts, demons and angels, Ellie and Douglas forge a love that will last a lifetime in the shadow of his forefather's castle. From Dunvegan Castle to the Devil's Staircase, this Scottish romance will capture your heart. Love is bittersweet, complicated, and heartbreaking. Only a McLeod can love a vampire like Ellie.
This is a love story with death threats, secret lairs, and a couple who are desperate to stay together no matter how many try to pull them apart.
©2012 Poppet (P)2014 Poppet
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5 out of 5 stars
By Monique Lomino on 02-22-15

A Heartbreaking And Beautiful Story!!

What did you love best about Scarlet Vamporium?

Reading about Elindt as a teenager.It was so eye opening,I got a glimpse of what made her into the adult she became.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Scarlet Vamporium?

There are so many,what stands out first for me is when Elindt first set eyes on Douglas and when he notices her, they bond right away and it is the sweetest thing.

Which character – as performed by Paul Woodson – was your favorite?

I got a kick out of his performance as Elindt.

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

Poppet has a way of making you live the story along with her characters,I laughed when the dialogue was witty and I cried for Elindt when once again she was denied happiness.

Any additional comments?

Poppet opens a door with her writing and I find myself running through it and slamming the door behind me.This is another jewel that shines with her brilliance.She is indeed a master storyteller in her own right,

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