Do Christian Vampires Sparkle?

So, I showed this book trailer for laughs at an “Edgy Inspirational Fiction” workshop.
    

I was all like, “Amish vampire fiction! It does exist.”
     If inspirational fiction about vampires makes your head hurt, you’re not alone! But since the vampire trend won’t die… *giggles* Sink your teeth into these!

Thirsty by Tracey Bateman
Nina is an alcoholic who moves back to her hometown after losing her business & ruining her marriage. As she fights to get her life back, a messy past, a rash of gruesome murders & a mysterious neighbor vie for her attention. Nina is thirsty. And she’s not alone…

 
Immanuel’s Veins by Ted Dekker
Sent to Transylvania by Catherine the Great to protect Lucine Cantemir & her family, Toma, a soldier, struggles to protect the woman he’s falling in love with from the mysterious count Vlad. *Dun dun dun!* Immanuel’s Veins is about the power of blood to cleanse or defile.  


Kiss of Night
by Debbie Viguié
Susan is in Prague with
 her family for her Grandmother’s funeral. When Susan’s cousin almost dies before being saved by the vampire Raphael, he demands Susan’s help in return. Susan begin discovers a family legacy that has been entangled in vampire conflicts since the crusades as she is pulled into a vampire war. (This one is my favorite!)

Plain Fear by Leanna Ellis
Roc Girouard has lost the will to live after his wife’s vicious murder. When similar killings start to terrorize a nearby amish community, he vows to find and kill the monster. Hannah is about to be baptized, but she is mourning the death of her lost love Jacob. His brother Levi joins forces with Roc in an attempt to protect Hannah from the dark presence that is haunting their community.
  

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