Vampire Sheikh (Immortal Sheikhs #3)
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Vampire Sheikh (Immortal Sheikhs #3)

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Demigod Seth is enraged. The recent defections of his two favorite lieutenants have sparked a conflagration of fury within him and a bitter need for vengeance. Someone will pay, and pay dearly!

Who better than Josslyn Haliday? Her two scheming sisters seduced and destroyed his friends, luring them straight into the camp of his mortal enemy.

What Seth doesn't count on is Joss

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Paperback, Harlequin Nocturne #105, 283 pages
Published January 18th 2011 by Harlequin
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karen
Jan 18, 2011 karen marked it as romance-covers-i-have-loved
a vampire sheikh. fucking finally, romance publishers...
 Danielle The Book Huntress (Angels Weep For Goodreads)
Can I admit now that I am a sucker for sheikh books? How about a vampire sheikh? Technically, he’s a demigod high priest of an ancient Egyptian cult. He has a long name, but it’s easier to call him Seth, so I shall. Seth is all powerful, gorgeous, and very sexy. But he has a weakness. He needs blood, at least once a year to survive. The Haliday sisters have caused him no small amount of trouble. First of all, his promised blood sacrifice ran off with his best friend, and she was the middle siste...more
Judy & Marianne from Long and Short Reviews
I’ve been waiting for this book seems like forever and it was well worth the wait. Vampire Sheikh rocked!

I’m happy dancing around my room because this book was even better than I hoped and I’m so tickled that Seth finally got his happily ever after.

I loved this paranormal Egyptian world that Ms. Bruhns built and I thought the whole concept was so unique and fascinating. Josslyn is the last of the Haliday sisters to find their way into the secret underground lair of the vampire demi-god and man...more
Samantha
Josslyn Haliday arrives in Egypt to locate her two missing sisters. She has very little to go by but she is determined to find them and bring them back home. She stumbles upon a hidden world that may hold the key to locating her sister and answering questions about her past.

Seth Aziz is a Demigod seeking revenge. He needs a mortal willing to give him his blood sacrifice. Both of his friends have betrayed him by going to the enemy’s camp because of their love for their mates (Gemma and Gillian Ha...more
CoffeeTimeRomance andMore
This book started off being a bit difficult for me to really get into. There were quite a few unknown Egyptian words with which I needed to become familiar. However, after that somewhat rocky start, the story became increasingly mesmerizing and soon I found I was caught up in the drama and suspense of the powerful immortals. This book stands up well on its own, but I wish I had read the other two previous books, as well. The intimate scenes between Josslyn and Seth sizzle. There is plenty of ten...more
Jenie Piccirillo
The plot was a good one if you like paranormal romance which I normally eat up like candy. What turned me completely off with this book, and this author in general is she is a very vulgar writer. I dont want to have to sift through the foul and vulgar language such as "fuck" word and disgusting slang for body anatomy. I'm definitely not a prude by any means but I expect better from Harlequin and her authors.

The plot, like I said is a good one. Seth Aziz is a Vampire Lord who serves the Egyptian...more
John
I really ENJOYED it, but it was hard to get invested when I haven't read the other two books. There were also some really ridiculous lines/parts that needed toned down. It was really fun, though, and will so appeal to fans of Presents who want a little more pnr with their angst. Vampire Sheikh was very much the alpha-male of the Presents line with a paranormal twist. The only downside is that the hero and heroine didn't have as much interaction as I would have liked, because the book was divided...more
Sandra
Final in the trilogy all about ancient Egyptian cults containing Immortal Vampires & Shapeshifters.

Vampire Sheikh is the High Priest Seth-Aziz's story and the last but oldest Halliday girl, Josslyn.

War between the light, Petru, and the dark, Khepesh has been brewing for five millenia and comes to a head when Haru-Re captures Seth and Joss and takes them to Petru.

How does Joss fulfill the prophecy? And how does she and Priestess Nephtys find their own HEAs?

Really enjoyed the egyptian mytholog...more
Anne Neville
Josslyn Haliday has suffered a lot of losses in Egypt. First, her mother disappeared into the desert, leaving behind her archeologist husband and three daughters. Then, years later, her father vanishes into the sands as well. Now, in the space of a single summer of research, both Josslyn’s sisters have gone missing, too. Gemma’s final words of warning echo in her ears: Beware the vampire.

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Stacie
A continuation of the story of Immortal Sheikhs. This is the story of Seth and Josslyn. Seth is a demigod and he is very angry with Josslyn. His sister has foretold that Josslyn will be his mate. Seth has seen her two sisters take away two of his best friends and refuses to get caught up in what he believes will be an emotional trap. But Josslyn is also angry and looking to get her sisters back.
Laurie
There were quite a few unknown Egyptian words with which I needed to become familiar. However, after that somewhat rocky start, the story became increasingly mesmerizing and soon I found I was caught up in the drama and suspense of the powerful immortals. read more
Hbeebti
This was interesting . Probably would have been better for me if I had read the other two. But I did enjoy it. Love the demigods/vampires. That was kinda cool. The ending for me was a little flat. But I mean it was a bad story.
Angarad
Well this is it we finally have the 3 sisters with their men.
Seth and Joss were quite fun, maybe the funniest couple with their stubborness. But their relation is still hot!!^^
A good ending for a good serie.
Sarah
It wasn't great, but it wasn't bad. I loved the poem in the beginning of the story, and I'm always a sap for a "happily ever after" which Bruhns tied together decently, earning her the 2.5 rating.
Misfit
Aug 17, 2012 Misfit marked it as will-never-read
I think Karla and Jeanine might have to check this one out. Harriet says it's loaded with action and fast paced :p
Glynda Roy
I enjoyed this series.
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Miniseries: Immortal Sheikhs
Lillian
Apr 24, 2012 Lillian marked it as to-read
don't judge me! :-)
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