Introducing Adamine Harrison

The small, country town of Harcourt Falls holds an old secret. A secret of forbidden love in the supernatural worlds.

Adamine Harrison has the best life working as the CEO of a Vampire Clothing & Cosmetics Company in the modern city of London with her devoted vampire family members.

However, after a visit to her hometown of Harcourt Falls to see her expecting best friend Elizabeth Rayner, She begins to realise that things are not quite as they seem in her perfect world.

Adamine is faced with haunting questions about her past, and she sets off across the world to seek answers and the truth throwing her into a world of danger.

During her Journey she is intrigued by the curiously handsome Faine that appears before her at a fashion show. However, after she introduces him into her world and family, Adamine quickly finds herself drawn into a life of Sin, Lust and Survival.

Fictional Character – Adamine Harrison Author: Linda C Gabriella – All things Romance Love, Lust and Vampires & much more. © Linda C Gabriella 2015


The Sweet Pumping Heart….

He was gentle and reserved I was in control and I liked it, I sat on top of him and he lay still .I pressed my lips against his neck and I could feel his pulse through his veins, I sunk my teeth into the river of hot warm blood and drank his blood. I watched him in a state of euphoria he was starting to turn into a vampire,  his chest was strong and toned and his eyes started deepening in colour a deep shade of crystal blue his hair was thicker and lighter sunny blonde and he teeth white and two fangs appeared on either side it was magic.  He was so sweet.



It is important to have a day of rest.

Much of the reason we are unable to find adequate rest is because we are under the constant impression that our lives can and should be better than they are today. This constant drive to improve our standing through the acquisition of money, power, or skills robs us of contentment and joy. Ultimately, rest is an extension of our contentment and security. Without them, simplicity and rest is difficult, if not impossible. Stop focusing on what you don’t have and start enjoying the things you do.


I remember when I was a child watching the old box TV in my room all by myself. There was only four channels and after midnight it went off air.

I was lonely as a child, I was on my own a lot.

My mother worked long hours and my sister did not live with me after my parents divorced I was only 6 years old.

If only I  had the access to connect with people and reach out to my friends and family via technology, I bet I wouldn’t had been so lonely.

We had a TV and a Stereo and an old Dial phone with no numbers saved in it there was no option for that.

I did find a paper and pen and started writing, I kept a journal and I started writing silly stories that helped me escape the world I lived in.

I wish I had a computer and the internet and twitter and youtube.

Technology is now everybody’s Best Friend, sister, mother or brother…..when the real physical can not be there.

By Linda C Gabriella