Imagine a vampire.
Blood sucking, evil, smelly, dirty, cranky - all around not someone you want to get in a hot tub with, right? Enter Sabrena. She's rambunctious, savvy and totally fashionable. She embodies all that is the modern young woman.
Sabrena can be cutthroat, but only when it comes to managing her company, Vamp Inc. She's an image consultant to the stars - in fact, she's coined the phrase revamping when it comes to managing Hollywood careers. She hosts a talk show, Revamped, where she grabs an unsuspecting audience member and changes their lives on live television. She also gives empowerment workshops for victims of crime. (Yes, even she sees the irony)
Unfortunately for Sabrena, trouble starts following her like a noisy drunken relative and her wonderful life starts to unravel. First she's visited by the vampire who made her -not only is he the bearer of bad news but on his heels is another of her kind who she doesn't know whether to run from, or to. This guy is so hot he'd melt the polar ice caps with a glance. Unfortunately his intentions are strictly business when it comes to Sabrena. Well, mostly.
He represents the Tribunal, a body of vampires who see themselves as the underground law system of her kind. With a mandate to keep a low profile and retain balance in the mortal world at all costs, they think Sabrena's lifestyle stinks of exposure. And while Sabrena sees clearly that they're all a bunch of old fogies who subscribe to the coffins and sunscreen mentality of Bram Stoker's day, they are mighty annoyed at her outrageously public ways.
The last thing they need is the collective lid of their coffin blown off by some chit in Chanel.
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- Karen G Bagnell, March 2011
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