I'm talking about women. Do they like 'pureblood'? Do they like to suck her period out or something on a monthly basis? Despite the fact that vampires depicted in novels and movies do not exist, they certainly wouldn't prefer any type of human blood. Also in the mythical belief that virginity or "purity" is connected to something holy and righteous.
So when the vampire king offers her a million dollars a year to be his new blood donor, she doesn't hesitate. She just needs to make sure she doesn't faint every time he flashes his firm abs and delicious V. Her virginity needs to be protected at all cost. Vampire king Aaron is every woman's fantasy.
FBI psychologist Olivia Sotiris is looking for a cool ocean breeze, sand between her toes, and a break from her crazy, and sometimes dangerous, life. But when she escapes to the Greek island of Patmos, all she gets is a meddling grandmother trying to marry her off. None of the men there interest her—except a mysterious Scotsman named Robby MacKay. Robby needs to cool off, too, since all he can think about is revenge on the Malcontent bloodsuckers who once held him captive.
In the third installment of the Twilight series, Eclipse , when the vampire Edward Cullen refused to consummate through sex or by bite his love with Bella Swan before marriage, you probably wanted to gag. As if any hot-blooded twentysomething, be he human or undead, would pass up the chance to lay down with as fair and sullen a vixen. Recall the scene that finds Edward and Bella locked in a sexually charged embrace, and there she is, practically begging Edward to give it to her. I just want to be married to you first. At the time, Gothic novels were still fresh in the literary canon.