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All the dead (which is why many of them want to rid themselves of her). I couldn’t put her in my list yet, only because 1.) I haven’t finished the series – lots more to go 2.) After the first 3 books (which I absolutely loved) I needed to slow it down some. The author is new and you can certainly tell in the beginning books. there are several series on amazon that people have you have a problem with major dominance oriented series Vampire Queen is not for you but it is always fun to be a little wicked and stretch your comfort zone.
Caught in an emotional roller coaster between Jean-Claude (vampire) and Richard (werewolf), the three of them must try to work it out. But one thing’s for sure, I can’t help but wonder how badly they wish they could back to to the beginning of the series, when it was just the three of ‘em. Okay, maybe with the occasional “Asher” thrown in for fun I guess I might be able to deal with that. Even past Obsidian Butterfly (which happens to be a cut-off point for many). The last 4 or 5 books have not entertained me in the least. It got to be too much for me (all that intense love, and non-stop talking, and obsessing and possessiveness) – again, I like it, just in smaller doses. Each book has like a repeat of what happened previously, but it was a little overboard. The story was just too good, and by the last book she finally had it down and I was much happier. I used to have the House of Night series on this list… i have been looking up and seeing some of the other series that lora leigh has done and am going to get them next month to see if i like them it sounds like the series i am thinking about is like the Vampire queen series.
10.) Laurell K Hamilton’s Anita Blake Vampire Hunter Series Anita Blake. Hey Lily, I agree about Lynn Viehl and for the most part the list is similar to mine. I needed a breather before I start the last Voyager novel by Diana Galbaldon. And as always start with the FIRST book or you will be So confused! give um a chance, cuz they are quite entertaining to say the least.. UK version is Mitchell, bit rougher looking I think…hmmm, now who to choose,lol! Yes it does take some time to catch up with all the authors, that’s for sure. i’ve read all the series that you have listed in your blog(the favourite paranormal & vampire series) and all of them are really good….i mean there are some personal favourites among all these series but your suggestions are simply amazing…….the sad part is i’ve finished reading almost all of them and need some more of your unique suggestions dear…..i’m sure you have found some great new series in this genre…… The VQ series is much more sexually explicit and of a BDSM twist, so have a caution if it’s not your thing, didnt think it was mine, but hey, who knew,lol! The first book is The Vampire Queen’s Servant, then The Mark of the Vampire Queen (2-parter) I’m sure I got the reading order from Maryse’s blog, so it must be on here somewhere….thanks Maryse…great info!
I can hardly wait until June when the next one in this series is released. Was totally in love with BDB (not that I’m not now, just a love that turns into friendship,lol! BDB is the best andthe Twiligh series is great too though the Vampire queen series now that is just plain yummy if you are of a more unusual bent. i didn’t realize there were more then the two i already have. Also, again, has anyone read the “The Rest Falls Away” by Colleen Gleason???
I am now reading on my Kindle the newest released book by Jeanine Frost in the Cat and Bones series.
Another group of male vampire warriors protecting their species, and the human population from evil (and there is plenty of it).
Awesome “brotherly” feel with the typical testosterone induced spats and worries, and their insistence on resisting romance. A good male needs his mate, and in this series, the mates are gifted human females that are “specially marked” just for the Breed.