Synopsis: When I was a little girl, Daddy told me never to fear the dark. “We exist because of the darkness,” he told me. “All of you are daughters of darkness.”Beloved bestselling author V.C. Andrews’s passion for vampires comes to spellbinding life in a long-awaited novel of dark desires as all-consuming—and forbidden—as inFlowers in the Attic. One night, with the sound of a young man’s scream, high school senior Lorelei discovers that her stern but loving father, who adopted Lorelei and her sisters as infants, is no ordinary man. He has raised his beautiful girls for one purpose: to lure young men into their world of shadows. Like her sisters, Lorelei has been trained in the art of seduction and warned never to fall in love. But when she meets a handsome and charming classmate, she boldly defies her family and follows her heart—even if love is a poison
My thoughts: CAn you say, eewwwww! Rally incest...ugh!
When I started this book, I thought these vampires are really unusual and different from most.
The daughters go out and make the boys hot for them then bring them home to DAddy. Who then drains them of there blood and that blood sustains him for one month. That's all good and fine.
The older girls train the younger girls on how to lure men into there trap...so to speak. Sounds like prostitution.
Lorelei, the middle daughter falls for Buddy the boy she is suppose to lure home. In order to save him they runaway to find her birth mom , whom she was told was dead, but believes she alive.
She finds her mom and realizes her mom and the other girls mom's use to be her dad's daughters as well.
He raises them to lure the men then when the next daughter is ready he knocks them up and they produce another daughter for him to teach.
My rating: 2 stars