Ifusaso's answer is good, but I wanted to offer this additional example:
The fantasy book Pathfinder Tales: Bloodbound, published by Paizo details an adventure by a Dhampir working for her grandfather, who is a Vampire Lord in Ustalav, and her relationships with a number of her full-vampire relatives.
It wasn't the best Pathfinder Tales book (some of which are excellent) but I still enjoyed it. It was particularly useful for the insight it provided me into Dhampirs, but also into Undead (and Negative Energy) in general.
The following contains some spoilers based on my recollections of the book (which I read well over a year ago):
She was intentionally bred by the Vampires as a go-between and problem solver for the Vampires' interactions with Ustalav. The quote Ifusaso found "feel a sense of possession over [their] misbegotten children", accurately describes how her grandfather views her — though I don't recall him actually turning up in the story, while his power and influence is felt everywhere. Her full-vampire wastrel-seeming sibling, is one of the book's main characters and often acts like a devil on her shoulder — though their relationship is very, very much coloured by their mutual grandfather.
Both of her parents turn up later in the book, though they were both previously unknown to her. Her father — being an older vampire — is fairly obsessed with maintaining a status quo that is in the process of spiralling outside his control (Positive energy is creativity; and Vampires are powered by Negative Energy - change is increasingly unpleasant to them). And as such seeks to manipulate her into restoring that status quo, but this is mostly driven by his feeling that she as his progeny should serve his goals.