The Vampire Narcise
Publish date: July 24th 2012
Pages no: 378
Edition language: English
Series: Regency Draculia (#3)
While the first two books in the series were very captivating and were read very quickly, I struggled with the last one.The story and characters were intriguing, but the time frame was all over the place and it was hard to keep up with in some spots.It was still an enjoyable read, but it was a disap...
Ok, I'm not sure if I did a good thing by finishing this book or I should have put it in my DNF shelf and completely forget about it. What started as a slow, disappointing book, only managed to turn in a frustrating one and it's a pity because this was a series I loved:(Vampire Narcise, the heroine,...
I was blown away by the third installment of the Regency Draculia series by Colleen Gleason. The Vampire Narcise was an emotional roller coaster through hell for both the characters and reader alike.Even though this is the third novel in a series I think it could be read as a stand-alone. With the f...
My review is cross-posted from Joyfully Reviewed: http://www.joyfullyreviewed.com/new-reviews/the-vampire-narcise-by-colleen-gleasonSince the moment she became Dracule, Narcise Moldavi has been imprisoned, used, and traded by her brother, Cezar. For years, she simply existed, forced to fight for th...
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