A domina’s only purpose in life was to birth vampire children for the Quiet King. Any human woman with the domina gene spent their lives in the castle under strict rules and the guards’ watchful eyes. Brie has been a domina for two years. After witnessing the slaughter of babies, she plans to... show more
A domina’s only purpose in life was to birth vampire children for the Quiet King. Any human woman with the domina gene spent their lives in the castle under strict rules and the guards’ watchful eyes. Brie has been a domina for two years. After witnessing the slaughter of babies, she plans to escape and seeks help from Samuel, a vampire known for aiding many out of slavery.However, Samuel has only one policy. He won’t help dominas escape the king. The penalty is too high and their blood triggers powers in him that he doesn’t want released. So Brie is forced to lie about being a domina and Samuel is lured in by her blood. Something emerges within them that they can’t deny, overwhelming their every cell and igniting an all-consuming hunger that neither can flee.
Publish date: November 26th 2012
Publisher: Secret Cravings Publishing
Pages no: 127
Edition language: English
Series: Vampire King (#1)
Escape by Kenya Wright3 StarsEscape is a short paranormal erotic romance and an interesting introduction into ‘The Vampire King’ trilogy. Brie is one of a number of women with special blood that allows them to birth vampire children, the women are called Dominas and are kept by the king in his castl...
Story:Very intriguing premise. I liked the Capital, the little tidbits tossed in, like the ban on wood. (seriously, you'd think more vampires would figure that one out, right??)The mosaics and the artwork, the difference between the propaganda depictions within the Capital, and the more frightening ...
What is it about vampire books that sucks me in every time? I'm sure I don't know, but this adult vampire romance was extremely entertaining. I do wish that it was longer. I'm getting tired of novellas that turn into series. I want to keep reading for heavens sake!
Full review at http://temptingreads.blogspot.com/2013/03/review-escape.htmlWhile it could technically be called PNR, this was more urban fiction for me. It starts off right in the middle of the story, I mean, right in the middle. Told in first person, I get a sense of the heroine's thoughts but no...