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The Vampire King by Heather Killough-Walden
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May 17, 12

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Read from May 16 to 17, 2012

I enjoyed the book once the storyline was developed and focused. The first half of the book jumped around a bit, including a scene with wolves from a different series. A problem for a reader not familiar with the earlier writings and I wasn't. The premise of the 13 kings and queens sounds intriguing and promising though and worth reading more from HK-W's dipped pen.


It was immediate for Roman. In three thousand years, he’d never lost control of his emotions, or his heart. But the moment he laid eyes on Evelynne Farrow, he knew she was the woman who haunted his dreams. And everything changed.

Everything.

Evie Farrow has always loved a good vampire romance. In fact, she makes a living writing them. While sitting in a coffee shop and working on her next mega-hot book, Evie is approached by a tall, dark, and handsome man who could have been pulled directly from one of her novels.

Unbeknownst to her, Roman D’Angelo is exactly what he appears to be – a vampire, and not just any vampire, but the king of vampires.

Unfortunately, while Roman is both ancient and invulnerable, Evie is flesh and blood. Just as Roman decides that he and Evie have a date with destiny, for reasons of their own, an ancient god and a homicidal vampire take an equally strong interest in her. To make things more complicated, there’s something very special about Evie. Something not quite human.

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Carmen The story shifts at the beginning make this a messy read!


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