Paper Flower Consortium's historian, Loretta Fabron Onfoy, explains vampire love and sexuality. As vampires were once humans of all sexualities, all sexualities are welcome in the coven. Sorry, there is no such thing as alpha vampires!
Loretta, then, recalls the sadness and loss which led her sister, Pascaline, and she to become vampires, debut in the court of King Louis XIV, and how one day at Versailles in early spring, Loretta met Charles Onfoy, the man who she would marry and has been married to for over three hundred years and counting.
Written and Performed by Elizabeth Guizzetti
For more information or to ask Lady Loretta a question: please visit https://www.elizabethguizzetti.com/paperflowerconsortium or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org
Opening and Closing music: Loretta by Evan Witt. Learn More at www.wittynotes.com
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