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Dracula’s Mistress, on Lisa Burton Radio

Don’t – touch that dial. You’ve landed on Lisa Burton Radio, the only show out there that interviews characters from the books you love. I’m your host, Lisa the robot girl, and even I’ve stocked up on garlic bulbs for this interview. “Welcome to the show, Vlad Dracul, The Impaler, Dracula himself.”

“Please call me Angela, and I’m sorry… I hope you and your listeners won’t be too disappointed. I know people were anxious to hear Vlad’s opinions and beliefs on many topics. It’s just…The prince couldn’t make it to your show. It’s only me. According to my mother’s spiteful words, Dracula’s Mistress. Carmen sent me to save your radio show, that’s if you want to talk to me, of course.”

“This is one of those, sorry – not sorry, moments. So what’s your story, Angela? The show must go on.”

“Well, it all started at a palace festivity. Mother couldn’t accompany father, so I pestered him until he took me. I was dying to see in flesh and blood the most feared man in the country. Many say it sounds corny, yet, it was love at first sight. The moment I saw him I knew it. I felt it in my heart and soul that all the gossip was just malicious slander and fabrications from his enemies. a powerful yet lonely man before me. A sad man, carrying on his shoulders all the worries for his countrymen.”

“Well, with my bio, I intended to ask him about the death of his wife.”

“After that tragedy, shortly after returning from his victory over the Ottomans, my father, Vlad’s most trusted advisor, invited Vlad to our manor and… you know… through my mother asked Nana to chaperone me. We found ways to be alone. I… we… lived two blissful weeks before duty called him back to the palace. He promised to return and ask my parents for my hand. It was… the last time I saw him. Imagine the shock my parents had upon learning I was with child several months later.”

“Well, they’re worried about you. I’m sure not many parents want their daughter in a relationship with a vampire.”

“No, no, you’re wrong. They, I mean, my mother is wrong. Vlad’s not a vampire. I know he behaves cruelly sometimes, but it’s the only way to keep the country free from the invaders and from the greediness of the landlords. And if you’re referring to those bodies that keep turning up, drained of blood and with the little finger missing… It can’t be Vlad’s doing, no matter what others say. He’s as much a normal human being as me or you… Sorry, I forgot you are a robot.”

“And you say he’s missing somehow? People really ought to keep a better eye on him.”

“All I managed to find out was that he was summoned at Corvinu’s court to get the money the Pope wanted Vlad to use in gathering a large army against the Ottomans. And he hasn’t returned. The landlords spread the slander that he stole the money and is now somewhere in Europe, spending it. Lies, trust me. Just lies.

Such accusations are preposterous. Vlad is an honest man. He hates thieves and lying. Do you know what he did once? He tested whether his technique for dissuading theft or dishonesty worked. He had a valuable gold bowl placed in the public market on the rim of a well. The rule was that anybody could drink out of it, but it could not leave the square under any circumstances. The bowl stayed put! Such a man can’t be a thief.”

“So where do you think Vlad is?”

“There are rumors that he’s a prisoner in Corvinu’s court.

“It gets more and more difficult for me. …. after my father’s untimely death my mother simply threw me out. I had to go to some of my father’s relatives in another town. It’s there that I had my little cherub, Ileana. A child who, I’m afraid, will know only one parent. ( She chokes on tears). My mother’s hatred, her venomous allusions and her spiteful behavior toward my and Vlad’s child…. My mother always spoke derisively about Vlad, calling him a vampire and other bad names. My father was his trusted courtier and am sure he’d have been delighted to hear Vlad wanted to marry me. If only dear papa had waited to listen to my explanation. His suicide changed things completely. For me, for Vlad and for the baby…

“Isn’t life strange? You know, my distant relatives were friendlier and kinder to me than my own mum. They protected me and allowed me to have a maid and were delighted by the birth of my little girl. Let me tell you something your listeners might find amazing. My maid, Catinca, is the very person who took care of Varvara while they were both in the Sultan’s harem. Who’s Varvara? Oh, it’s a long story… Well, you’ll have to read the book and find out more about her and her fate. Coming back to my story, a year after my forced journey to my father’s cousins, I returned home. Together with Ileana and Catinca. You should have seen Mother and heard her. She cursed me and my child and all the coming generations, to the 20th branch.

Catinca warned me that mother and the innkeeper’s wife, Maritza, are up to something against me. She has this ability to foresee the future, you know.”

“So do they know who you are, and who the baby’s father is?”

“They knew it. And I found comfort in the idea that they were not supporters of Vlad’s brother, Radu, who grabbed power the second Vlad left, and gave the landlords back the privileges Vlad cut. Vlad valued ordinary people, as long as they were honest and diligent and loved Walachia. Radu and his supporters can’t stand the idea to rub elbows with common people. Their only concern is for their purse. They want more money, more lands.”

“So Dracula actually wants to do the right thing for his countrymen. That kind of surprises me.”

“I don’t blame you but never judge a man by what some say. The man’s deeds speak for his character. Vlad is an honest man, a trustworthy person who had the misfortune to be born in an age when his country is a tasty morsel for the surrounding neighbors.

He may not be exceptionally cruel, but rather doing what he has to do to fight a military force much greater than his own, the Ottomans, at the same time keeping at bay the scheming, treacherous landlords.

Vlad earned his “Impaler” nickname by killing thousands of Turks and wrongdoers by the grisly method that he learned as a political hostage of the Ottoman Empire in Egrigoz, his fate hinged on the actions of his father.”

“When you put it like that, I kind of feel bad for him. I feel some real sympathy for your plight, but never thought I could feel bad for him. I sincerely hope you can find him and bring him home.”

“There are moments when I think I was wrong about his love for me, and that I imagined my feeling was reciprocated. His prolonged silence…. Then I chastise myself for such bad thoughts. Something bad must have happened to him.

I wonder what surprises I may have. From my mother, from Radu’s supporters and Vlad’s enemies, from the future. I try not to think what the following day may bring. To keep my mind busy I started teaching the servant’s children to read and write. Another thing that maddens my mother.

I thank you, Lisa, for allowing me to address your listeners. Hopefully someone hears something about Vlad and his whereabouts and can contact you with this piece of information. I’d be most grateful. Thank you again for your patience and I thank your listeners for their time, too!”

If you want to learn more about Angela and Vlad, pick up the book Dracula’s Mistress by Carmen Stefanescue. Carmen lives in Romania, so you can bet the research is top notch here. I’ll get all the details from Angela and include them on the website.

“I’m always looking for guests on Lisa Burton Radio, particularly ones who show up. If you have a character who would like to appear, drop me a line.

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Dracula’s Mistress

Publisher – City Lights Press

Genre – Paranormal historical/light romance

( just 0.99 $)


From the day that the powerful, brave and merciless Vlad III Basarab, a descendant of the Draculesti family—better known to most people as the infamous vampire Dracula—ascends the throne, he knows only battles, betrayal and intrigue.

Evil grips the town of Targoviste, capital residence of Walachia. The secrets behind the stone walls of the palace are as dark and violent as a winter’s night, as terrifying as the prince’s deeds. Dead bodies, drained of blood and missing their little finger keep appearing in the streets at night.

Lovely, smart, determined, Angela Oltenescu ignores all the aggressive rumors and her mother’s warning regarding Vlad. Will she suffer the consequences of falling in love with a man nicknamed Dracula by his enemies—an infamous creature of the night?

Rich, sly, treacherous, Marin Craioveanu, a powerful landlord, craves the same woman loved by Vlad. Marin’s hatred toward the prince will make him an ally to Handsome Radu, Vlad’s brother and Sultan’s friend, ready to sell the country to the Ottomans to get rid of his rival.

Dracula’s Mistress will awe legions of fans of Gothic literature, paranormal and historical fiction.

Carmen Stefanescu resides in Romania, the native country of the infamous vampire Count Dracula where, for about 50 years of communist dictatorship, just speaking about God, faith, reincarnation or paranormal phenomena could have led someone to great trouble – the psychiatric hospital if not to prison.

High-school teacher of English and German in her native country, and mother of two daughters, Carmen Stefanescu survived the grim years of communist oppression by escaping in a parallel world, that of the books. Reading was, is and will always be her greatest hobby.

She likes to blend genres and thus she writes paranormal stories with a smidgen of mystery, history and romance. The reader will find suspense, dark themes, adventure, danger as well as sweet revenge. She calls her stories “gothic” romance. Her writing focuses on rebirth, past life regression, karmic retribution.

Carmen joined the volunteer staff at Marketing For Romance Writers Author blog and is the coordinator of #Thursday13 posts.

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Other books by Carmen:

Till Life Do Us Part

Paranormal, romantic suspense, mystery

Dracula’s Prodigy, book 2 in Dracula’s Mistress

Paranormal/light history/light horror/light romance



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Princess of the Light, on Lisa Burton Radio

Welcome to another edition of Lisa Burton Radio, the show that interviews the characters you love. Today I'm in the studio with Lisbeth who is an actual demon from Hell. “Welcome, Lisbeth. I have to say you don't look very demonic.”

“Touché, although to be fair, you don’t look like any machine I’m familiar with. Say, do you like my new ensemble? Normally, I wear my gold leather pantsuit (with matching collar and whip) but I’m getting tired of the whole BDSM thing. Aren’t you? I’m trying to revamp my look, you know, steering away from the whole Jessica Rabbit look.”

“For our listeners, Lisbeth is wearing a black suit with a white lace bustier and strappy black heels. I think I remember seeing something similar in Vogue last month.”

“It's Hugo Boss, you know the designer for the Nazis. He's one of ours now.”

“I see, so what is your role in Hell?”

“I’m your run of the mill succubus. I go around and tempt men using sex as a weapon to get them to our side.”

“Your side?

“Ah yes, I forget you’re a robot. Let me detail this for you. There are two sides fighting for supremacy on Earth: good and evil. I’m a demon and I work for Lucifer. You’ve heard of him, haven’t you? Lucifer is the CEO of Hell and there’s an intricate hierarchy of demons. Every demon has special skills/talents and we’ve got a soul quota every week (think telemarketers). I’m a succubus and my skills are sexually driven. My purpose is to have sex with human men (although I’ve been branching out to women in recent years) and tempt them to pledge their souls to Lucifer.

“I know it sounds like fun, right? Well, you’d be wrong. Sure, it’s fun to have multiple orgasms and alpha men clamoring for my affection. But I get ridiculed by other demons all the time. They think it’s easy to be a succubus… but it takes a lot of work to pull off a good seduction.

“The worst part is that I’ve been turned down twenty-two times for promotions. I’m smart, smarter than most of the demons above me, and no one will give me a chance. They pat me on the head and make fun. Especially Than.”


“Yeah, Than is Lucifer’s second-in-command and he thinks he’s the shit. He won’t give me the time of day, other than to get off. Men…”

“It's good to have ambitions. How do you intend to get noticed and get that promotion?”

“I already have a plan formulating. I was walking down the halls towards Lucifer’s study when I overheard a secret conversation. I think I can show it to you magically…”

Than straightens his body and looks around. He’s in Lucifer’s study not the throne room. Lucifer doesn’t look amused. and the putrescence of rotting souls hangs in the air. “The Princess of the Light has been called.”

Lucifer explodes in a rage, his talons lengthened to sharpened points, his anger setting fire to books, tapestries, scrolls, anything in his path. “He has gone too far!”

Than flinches and attempts to calm him down. Whispers and rumors about the Princess have circulated around Hell for almost a thousand years. The old demons talked about her in hushed tones, like she’s the end of Hell. “What does the prophesy say, Lucifer?”

Lucifer looks at Than and takes a few deep breaths. “The prophesy speaks of a Princess of the Light and a Warrior of the Light being called to lead the army of God. She will come when the Dark One arises and will vanquish all of Hell into nothingness.”

Than gasps and start to tremble. “Can she really do that?”

“Yes, she will. The prophesy also speaks of a Warrior who will banish the Dark One into nothingness.” Lucifer stares hard into Than’s eyes.

Than pales and shakes his head. “I won’t let this prophesy happen, Lucifer. Everything is in place for the Dark One and I will see it through. We will defeat her, like we defeated Andre.”

“What does she look like? Is she beautiful?”

“She is beautiful, yes, but weak. She doubts her own abilities and is afraid of snakes, of all things.”

Lucifer laughs. “We can use that to our advantage. So, she is weak? I like that. If we attack now, she will not be ready or able to defeat us so quickly as the prophesy states.”

Than grins. “Leave it to me, Lucifer. I will see to her destruction. God couldn’t save Andre and the same will be true now.”

“Listen to me carefully, if Gabriel is her protector, then you will need more forces to double-team her. Take Lisbeth and attack the Princess from all sides. Do not reveal our plan for the Dark One! I have kept it hidden from God and I will be victorious!” Lucifer tilts his head back and laughs wickedly.

“I will bring Lisbeth in and together we will break the Princess.” Than smirks, bows and leaves.

“Lisa, I retreated so fast that I ran right into one of my sex slaves. I didn’t want to be caught eavesdropping by Than or Lucifer so I grabbed Donald and disappeared in a puff of smoke. This is my one chance to make an impression and I’m not going to blow it. Male demons climb the corporate ladder using any means necessary and I’m determined to do the same. Lucifer’s going to be confiding in me soon, not Than.

“My plan? I’m going to use Than to get access to the foretold Princess and defeat her. I’m smarter than Than and I’ll seduce him to get what I want. He’s an easy target, anyway. He has 'feelings' for the Princess… yuck. And they call me perverted.”

“Oddly enough, It's not the craziest plan I've ever heard. Do you think it will work? I don't know Brain, what do you want to do tonight…”

“Is that your best attempt at humor? Quoting a has-been cartoon? I’m disappointed in you, Lisa. I thought we were becoming friends.

“Getting back to my plan…I tried it once and failed miserably. The Princess and Warrior together were much stronger than even Lucifer was prepared for. Lucifer got so mad at my attempts that he kicked me out of Hell. Who knew that killing innocents was a bad thing? But I’ll get my revenge. I have my own army and soon I’ll be Queen of Everything. The Princess and her precious Warrior will be my slaves, begging for their deaths, before I’m through.”

“If you become the Queen of–“

When, Lisa. When I become the Queen of Everything. All of humanity will worship me.”

“Okay, when you become the Queen of Everything, what's left to live for?”

“Astarom. He’s one demented demon, torturing humans by hugging the Light and Love out of them. Delicious. He’s stood by me through it all and we share a forbidden love.”

“Forbidden? Since when is love forbidden?”

“Demons aren’t wired to love; we’re designed to create chaos, torture and steal souls to an eternity of hopeless torment. If a demon loves another, they’re thrown out of Hell and turned over to Heaven.

“Lisbeth, I wish you the best of luck. I mean, kind of, maybe not the absolute best. Um.”

“Thanks Lisa, and if you’re ever looking for a new look, gimme a ring.”

“Do you think you can fix me up with some of that Hugo Boss stuff?”

“Sure, your body is curvy in the right places… Hugo’s dream model.”

“It looks like we're out of time today. Lisbeth's interview was sponsored by Princess of the Light, by N. N. Light. This book is on sale for 99¢ all during the month of September, so hurry over there and get your copy today. It helps me keep the lights on around here.”


Title: Princess of the Light

Author: N. N. Light

Genre: Paranormal Romance


Mary's the Princess of the Light but her only hope is to make a pact with her enemy.


Mary Miller receives a startling visitation from Gabriel, the Messenger of God. The Archangel reveals an astounding truth–Mary is the Princess of the Light and even more amazing, her destiny is to battle Lucifer's army of demons and restore the balance of good and evil on Earth. It's getting harder to fulfill her new role and keep her identity secret while juggling her personal life, and when Than, Lucifer's second in command, amps up the attacks on her, she knows she needs help.

Joe Deacons is everything she's ever wanted in a man. And as providence would have it, in a moment of great need, he's the Warrior of Light–the one who can help her defeat the forces of darkness.

Not so simple when they confront Lisbeth, a demon hell-bent on usurping Than and Lucifer himself. When Lisbeth wages war and several innocent people die, Mary must form an alliance with her enemy in order to destroy her. But will this be a grave error or the choice that saves their world?

E-book Sale:

During the month of September, Princess of the Light is on sale for the super-low price of $.99 USD. 100% of the proceeds during this time will go directly to our local food bank to help feed children and families in need. This is the first time Princess of the Light has ever been this low and who knows when it will be this low again.

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Author Bio: N. N. Light is the husband-wife writing team, commonly known as Mr. N and Mrs. N. Mrs. N. has been creating stories ever since she was little. Her grandfather remembers when she was two years old, she would stand at the top of the stairs and tell him a story filled with emotion (and in a language foreign to him) with her hands on her hips. Let’s just say she was a born storyteller.

They’re blissfully happy and love all things chocolate, books, music, movies, art, sports, trains, history, cooking and baking. Their mantra is to spread the Light.

Most of the time you can find them on Twitter or getting new ideas on how to spread the Light on Pinterest. They’re a proud member of ASMSG, Independent Author Network and Marketing for Romance Writers.

In addition to being authors, they’re also book promoters/reviewers, social media marketers/influencers and the owners of N. N. Light Author Promotions. They both love books, have ever since they were young. Matching up books and readers is something that gives them great pleasure.

100% of the proceeds of Princess of the Light go directly to food banks (US and Canada) in order to feed the hungry and help those in need. With only 7,500 books sold, N. N. Light will be able to set up a monthly endowment for the local food bank.

They’d love to connect with you either via email or via these various social media sites:

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Till Life do us Part, on Lisa Burton Radio

Hello, and welcome to another edition of Lisa Burton Radio. I’m the hostess with all the connections, Lisa the robot girl.

My sponsor today is Till Life do Us Part, by Carmen Stephanescu.

Today I have an appointment to speak with Irene Harding, but I’m having trouble getting her on the phone. Let’s just try it again.


“Who’s this?”

“I’m Catherine Harding. Irene’s daughter.”

“Is your mommy at home?”

“No. She’s outside talking to Collin and Barbara, his sister. Who’s asking?”

Daylight savings time, that’s what it is. My software didn’t calculate for daylight savings time. So who’s Collin?”

“Who’s Collin? Well, he’s my boyfriend!”

“Holy Cow! Boyfriend?!? How old are you? You sound a little girl’s voice.”

“You guessed right. I’m four years old. I know, I know what you may think. He’s, I mean, Collin was my boyfriend in my other life. . . when I was. . . um. . . Kathleen Page. . . Oh, no. I’m not a ghost… I am a real girl. As real as I was in my other life. Only that Kathleen, the other me, was murdered four years ago.”

“Do you mean you are Kathleen, reincarnated? Have you heard of reincarnation before?”

“Not exactly but I heard mommy and Barbara, talking about this. Barbara can hear the voices of dead people and she says she heard me talk to her when I died but it was only for a couple of seconds. I didn’t manage to tell her more except my name and that I was killed. Mommy’s worried. She thinks something is wrong with my head. But no. Nothing’s wrong. Only that I remember my other life when I was a medical student the same as Collin. <giggles>.”

“What’s so funny, sweetie?”

“When Mommy took me to the pediatrician, last year, I could name everything the doctor had in his office: medicine or instruments. You should have seen his face. Or mom’s.”

“So if you have all this past life memory, do you know who killed Kathleen?”

“Who killed me, you ask? This is the only thing I can’t seem to remember from my other life. All I remember of my last day as Kathleen was that Collin had to come and take me, I mean, Kathleen to town. I was so happy. . . and the door opened…. And then all is blurred. I don’t know, yet, my heart tells me Collin can’t be the murderer. Barbara says the police arrested Collin, at first. Then set him free. Then he left Pleasanton and went on a ship as a sailor.”

“I hope your heart is right.”

“I’m so sad. Collin didn’t recognize me yesterday, when he returned from his ocean voyage. I took him by the hand and told him I was Kathleen. I even told him what only we two had as a motto. The chances are high that we are not alone.”


“Nothing. His face turned white, he looked scared. . . shocked. . . but he didn’t say a thing. . . I hope one day he’ll understand it’s me, Kathleen, in a new body. I’ll always love him and when I grow up I’ll marry him. Unless he marries another girl until then. . .um. . . which will break my heart. . .”

“That’s so sad.”

“But you know who recognized me? Jack. The doggy Colin gave me as a present for my nineteenth birthday, shortly before I was murdered. Jack is now with Barbara. She found him wandering the streets after my. . . Kathleen’s death, and adopted him though she had no idea whose dog he was. Though he’s bigger now, four years older, he sensed it was me, his first master. He always comes and wags his tail and licks my hands when Mommy takes me to Barbara’s house.”

“You need to be Catherine now, and live the life you deserve.”

“Yes, I play with dolls and other plush toys. That’s what little girls do. Yet, I can’t stop remembering my other life. I heard mommy talk with a friend of Barbara’s about something called past life regression, but mommy refused. She says I am just a kid. I think she’s worried I might go back to my other mommy. But I can’t do this to her and daddy. They love me and bring me up. . . Who knows, when I grow up I’ll go and have a past life regression. Hopefully I’ll remember who took my life. It can’t be Collin. No, no. He loved me, even if he was a bit possessive sometimes. . . I don’t want to believe he could have done such an evil thing to me. . .”

“I still hope you can identify the killer though. Kathleen and Collin had something special torn away from them. I feel a software conflict coming on.”

“Yes, they. . . um. . . I mean, we had. I’ve got to go now. I’ll tell mommy you called.”

“For Lisa Burton Radio, I’m Lisa Burton. I’m going back to the cabin to cry my tear reservoirs dry.”



Barbara Heyer can hear voices of dead people. They whisper of their deaths, seek comfort for those left behind, and occasionally even warn her about future events. But when Barbara’s brother, Colin, is accused of murder, it will take more than her gift to prove his innocence.

Becoming smitten with the handsome investigator, Detective Patrick Fischer, is a serious complication given his assignment to her brother’s case. Barbara senses there is something far deeper—and perhaps much older—than the surface attraction between them. Could that be why she’s visited by a mysterious woman named Emma in her dreams? Could past life regression tie all the seemingly unconnected events together?

Barbara and Patrick must overcome heartache to find the truth to save Colin, and perhaps themselves.

Carmen Stefanescu resides in Romania, the native country of the infamous vampire Count Dracula, but where, for about 50 years of communist dictatorship, just speaking about God, faith, reincarnation or paranormal phenomena could have led someone to great trouble – the psychiatric hospital if not to prison.

High school teacher of English and German in her native country, and mother of two daughters, Carmen Stefanescu survived the grim years of oppression, by escaping in a parallel world that of the books.

Several of her poems were successfully published in a collection of Contemporary English Poems, Muse Whispers vol.1 and Muse Whispers vol.2 by Midnight Edition Publication, in 2001 and 2002.

Her first novel, Shadows of the Past, was released in 2012 by Wild Child Publishing, USA.

Carmen joined the volunteer staff at Marketing For Romance Writers Author blog and is the coordinator of #Thursday13 posts.

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