iDrakula by Bekka Black
After a night of partying with a Romanian Count, Jonathan Harker notices two puncture wounds on his neck. He thinks nothing of it until he is trapped in a stone castle and growing weaker by the minute. Jonathan needs to get help…fast.
He sends his girlfriend Mina emails and texts for help, and when she finally gets them, she immediately hurries to bring him home to America. But once home, Mina can't help but notice — and worry — that Jonathan's condition isn't getting any better. Teaming up with Van Helsing, a pre-med student, she finds out the Count is a vampire! Now, Mina and Van Helsing must hurry to find a way to stop the Count from striking again. But then Mina discovers the same puncture wounds on her neck as the ones on her boyfriend’s, and she knows she is running out of time.
iDrakula is a thriller told through emails and text messages. Unravel the nail-biting mystery of Bram Stoker’s classic Dracula story — updated for the techno-savvy generation. You won’t be disappointed.
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