Embraced by Lord Hobbs, Naamah is a powerful Vampire who is well mated to the warrior-scholar of Ravens Landing Alabaster Benison. Like her namesake Naamah of Aquitaine, Naamah always knew she would be a prize to anyone strong enough to conquer her indomitable will and out-duel her rapier wit. When she was Embraced by Lord Hobbs, that will and wit were turned to a greater purpose, and she found herself finally a powerful woman in a man's world. She enjoyed learning and using her powers, enjoyed flexing her vampiric might, enjoyed discovering the delicate uses of her power to work great changes.
The only man placed anywhere near her in power in her inner circle was Alabaster Benison. As a Lady, she technically overruled him, but in reality she was terrified of the man who apparently did not fear her or her dread sire. She was incredibly impressed by Alabaster, whose knowledge of the classics and whose natural talent of debate was formidable. She never thought she would marry. However, when Alabaster proposed marriage to her, he did it with such guile and such business acumen that she could not rationally refuse. It was a perfect merger of their spheres of power.
She now hates Alabaster for removing her title as Lady just because she married him. In truth, she wouldn't have agreed to the marriage if she had known that it would cost her position. Naamah now conducts a secret love affair with Fredrick, her vampiric child and favorite at the moment. She does all she can to keep this a secret from Alabaster, as she knows that her husband would destroy Fredrick in a jealous rage if he knew. Although Naamah and Alabaster have never shared blood, they often feed together. Perhaps because of her particular prey appetites, Naamah has always been proponent of civil rights. Her actions behind the scenes are what made Alabaster finally relent to the civil rights movement. That, and the fact that she manipulated him into challenging Lord Hrunting to a duel.
(Its short for me I know. But I feel I said everything that need be said.)