The Vampire Voss
Publish date: 2011
Pages no: 380
Edition language: English
Series: Regency Draculia (#1)
I have had this book in my TBR for ages, but hesitated to read it. I loved the Gardella Vampire Chronicles and I think on a certain level, I was afraid that this series just wouldn't live up to it. However, if The Vampire Voss is anything to go by, the Regency Draculia are quite different - and also...
it's not bad but not very exciting either. I won't be reviewing this one, folks.
I was hooked from the very first page. Voss and Angelica had such an interesting story and connection, it was hard to put the book down.Can't wait to start the next book in the series.
I've mixed feelings about this one. I enjoyed the time period. I strongly disliked Voss, and liked how Angelica didn't make things easy for him. He does redeem himself later. The ending was a bit surprising, unexpected.
I didn't really find the beginning of the book very appealing. It was the type of beginning that you kind of need a little push to actually get through the beginning. It was alright to read, since it was the introduction and it states how things work and all. It was unique in a way how each vampire ...
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