Accidentally Married To…A Vampire (Accidentally Yours #2)

 Accidentally Married To…A Vampire (Accidentally Yours #2) By Mimi Jean Pamfiloff

I don’t know why I read this book, maybe I was bored and couldn’t find a book which captured my attention to read or maybe I felt like to bring it back to old school and read a vampire book. Whatever it was I’m not sure this was your typical vampire book. 

The hero, who is the vampire, visited a Goddess of the Underworld to find a way to be freed from the vampire queen’s army, in which he served for over a millennium. The goddess tells him his way to freedom is to find his human mate  who would not be born for the next 300 years and puts him to sleep till his mate is born. And there is also some rules he must follow and on the 3rd month he has to turn his mate willingly.

Now this Goddness was not your typical Goddness. She is demented and crazy as hell. She would set motions in people’s life just for fun and to sit back and watch what would happen. She also uses blackmail in exchange for sex. I know right, what kind of Godness is this? 

Anyways, fast forward 300 years and the heroine is in Mexcio on some trip and was left back by the tour bus when she went to use the bathroom. She hears a voice and began to follow it, obviously it’s the hero. She finds him in a cave and he’s butt ass naked. She feels a pull towards him and kisses him and tad daa he’s awoken. Now that kiss was apparently the way vampires marries their mate. 

The hero plan was to find his mate, turn her and then leave her. He was not looking for a long term anything and did not believe in the one true mate thing. And as you may guess by now, he ends up falling for her but he fell for her too late.

I felt no connection with both the heroine and the hero. There was a third party and I felt the heroine had more of a chemistry with him. The hero was a jerk and treated the heroine unfairly. I gave her all the right to leave his ass. The hero was also very “hard ears” and does whatever he wants, to hell with whatever anyone else say. It also irritates me that he doesn’t wait for an explanation for something the heroine did. 

I hated that the author made true mate as something not believable. We know that both the hero and the heroine are true mates and that it is said that the universe put them to be destined but yet the heroine went with this other guy. Also said other guy was the true mate for someone else yet he had feelings towards the heroine. That’s not true mate at all. 

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Deep In Your Veins Series (1-3)

Book 1: Here be the Sexist Vampire   

Book 2: The Bite That Binds    

Book 3: Taste of Torment  

By Suzanne Wright

Hook, line and sinker!!!! I fell head over heels in love with this book. It had everything that I could’ve dream of and then some in a Vampire book. There was this hate-love thing going on, you had a sexist vampire, there was jealousy, protectiveness and a complete 360 on the views of being in a monogamous realtionship. There was so much going on that I had to read all three books in a day.

So both the hero and the heroine in this book are vampires but different kinds. The hero Jared, is a Pargoi vampire and is known as the hightest and most powerful vampire and the heroine Sam (Samantha), is a Sventé vampire which is the lowest and most look down upon vampire there is. 

So when the heroine is called to partake in a test for a place in the Grand High Master Vampire’s private army she finds that not only has the army never included a woman, but they never include a Sventé vampire ever. She took the tests and pass them but the hero was such a sexist pig that he pick another vampire and sends her home.

Unknown to Jared the Grand High Master Vampire sees Sam’s potential and asks her to become Jared’s equal and help train the newbies to become stronger soliders. The book then picks up from there, there is so much that happens that I cannot say without spoiler alerts and I don’t want to give anthing away. If you’re drawn into this review then you must read.  


Vampire Romance ( Conversion Trilogy)

           Book 1: Conversion           Book 2: Bloodlines         Book 3: ‘Til Death         By S. C. Stephens 

I really really enjoyed this book. From the first spill of coffee to the moving to a different location and leaving everyone they knew behind.

I can’t remeber the last time I found a Vampire book which I can honestly say I enjoyed so I was very happy when I came across this trilogy. I also like trilogies where there is no love triangle and the hero and heroine is either expecting or have a baby somewhere in the trilogy.

I will say however that some parts of this triolgy was very unrealistic, like the part when the heroine finds out that the guy she’s been dating is a vampire, her reaction was like “really? not shit.” Aside form that I really liked it. It kept me up all night and was the definiton of a page turner.

The hero of the book, who was the vampire, I felt for him. He wanted a different life although he accepts what he is. I agree with him as well as his other family members. He wanted to dwel among the humans just to have some form of normalcy and his family saw no reason why he should when all of their memories will have to be earsed and he will no longer exist to them.

The heroine of this book was a really down to earth type of person. I loved that she understood and accept the hero for what and who he is. I like that she kept her modesty through out the triolgy. She also didn’t change that person that she is although her life changed drastically.

I think the author did a fantastic job and will probably be reading more of her books in the future. Also I saw that there was a fourth book, I don’t know what it is about but I will be looking out for it.

Vampire-Werewolf Hybrid 

First Bitten (The Alexandra Jones Series #1) By Samantha Towie

I really enjoyed this book but hated the fact that the author decided to drop this trilogy. She is supposedly writing a novella to complete this series but I’m not going to be holding my breath on that.

The book is basically about this girl who was walking home with her friend after a night of drinking away the pain from her cheating ex boyfriend and ends up being attacked. She woke up in a strange house with this guy asking her what she was and then informing her that she is now a Vârcolac (a nightmarish vampire-werewolf hybrid.) What make matters worst is that fact that she is the only girl ever of her kind leaving her life in forever in danger.

The guy she’s with along with his brothers and father is a shifter. They decided to protect her but that all came crashing down when betrayal steps in.

I like stories with the love-hate thing going on, it makes when then hero and heroine decides to finally get together more intense. Nathan was an ass at the beginning I wouldn’t have given a crap about him if he treated me the way he did Alex at the beginning. 

I really felt for Nathan’s little brother. He fell for Alex and she didn’t notice till the ending. Like I noticed he liked her when they were cleaning out the horse stables together. I guess you don’t realize these thing till it’s too late. I hated what happened to him after. I think Samantha give his character an unfair role to play.

I really hated the last quarter of the book. Nathan became a more bigger dick towards Alex and I give her all right to leave his ass. But at the same time I felt a slight bad for Nathan. He was just trying to recover from his lost. 

Amm the second part of the trilogy is called Original Sins and I honestly didn’t read it. I kind of skim through it. Since the blurb talk about her with some other guy it threw me off. That and the fact that there wasn’t another book to complete the series. Like why would I read it if there was no complete ending?

 Anyways turns out this guy she met was one of the original Vârcolac who wasn’t all that bad. He actually helped her out and fell in love with her. But she eventually went back to Nathan like two thirds down in the book.

All of that aside, I think if the trilogy was complete I would’ve given it the praise it might’ve deserved. But I’m going to be leaving this review high and dry the same way the author did the trilogy.