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by Jordan Castillo Price
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Dreamer rated it 4 years ago
Yeah, really enjoyed this. Artist and vampire Jonathan has been assisted for four years by his V negative employee Mark. Then arch enemy and stalker Lazslo appears on the scene and the guys go on the run. Very little sex but did enjoy the humour."I don't feel well at all. Do you think you could go f...
Slitsread rated it 5 years ago
Love me some JCP ❤️
Xing rated it 6 years ago
Read up to 60%, then quickly skimmed the rest.Did I mention that I very rarely like vampire stories? Anyways, this is how Hemovore works: Mark Jensen is a 40 year old guy who works as an assistant to a famous vampire artist by the named Jonathan. Mark secretly has a crush on the sexy Hungarian vampi...
kathleenlcharles rated it 6 years ago
5 glorious starsJordan Castillo Price has written a stunningly beautiful bit of gay romantic vampire fiction. Gorgeous prose. Dark yet very funny. Atmospheric and original. Highly recommended.
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Trisha Harrington's Blog rated it 6 years ago
This was a really good, unique twist on vampires. I always love unique twists in my books, so this was welcomed by me. I loved Mark's POV and I could really feel his love for Jonathan. My only complaint is it was a bit slow in places. I would have liked a bit more romance. because I'm a sap. Not tha...
MaiMai rated it 7 years ago
4.5 Stars
erica rated it 7 years ago
Liked the world building, the murder mystery was OK. It's only a short novella, so will read the follow-up, it might change my rating. This is more of an introduction to the whole PsyCop universe, I felt. I liked Vic - he reminded me of Mark in Hemovore by Jordan Castillo Price - a little older, a l...
JustJen rated it 7 years ago
I'm a bit disappointed I didn't love this book as well as most people I know. It started out well, with an interesting twist, but I quickly became bored with all the no-touching business. The middle seemed to really drag out and didn't pick up for me until Lazlo came back into the picture. Then, ...
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Reader's Discretion Advised rated it 8 years ago
3.5/5This is a peculiar book. It's definitely not your typical vampire book. In fact, I found it rather refreshing that, in taking the more clinical view of vampirism, it seemed more oddly real than any other urban-legend-type vampire book I've read. Though the mechanics of the HHv virus (Human Hemo...
The Book High
The Book High rated it 8 years ago
This one was fascinating and entertaining and exciting all at once. The vampirism-as-virus idea seemed familiar from her Channeling Morpheus/Sweet Oblivion series, but since I absolutely ADORED that series, this was like a nice return visit to that world.I actually totally loved the subtlety of the...
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