Death was getting more interesting by the second.
Ellie wanders into The Raven a human dancer looking for a job, but emerges a newly turned vampire. Hidden within the tunnels of her new home, the Keres Den, she discovers secrets and something she’s not thought she could anymore — feelings.
The main character, Ellie, is emotionally shut off, both to herself and readers of her story. She starts to feel again, using her vampire power of hope, with the help of Ian, the striking Viking. The action takes place quickly (it is a short read, mind), with Ellie taking to the vampire way of life rather quickly, including calling humans “blood buckets” without even hearing the term before.
In the end, The Vampire’s Hope shows that hope (and love) is a beautiful thing, and leaves Ellie to pick up the pieces of her new life.