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The Mark of the Vampire Queen (Vampire Queen Series #2)

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Since Jacob Green was chosen by his predecessor Thomas to replace him when the older man knew he was dying, he has become THE VAMPIRE QUEEN'S SERVANT. Jacob tries to be at least Thomas¿ equal but he struggles with the way his employer and her species treat humans as ex...
Since Jacob Green was chosen by his predecessor Thomas to replace him when the older man knew he was dying, he has become THE VAMPIRE QUEEN'S SERVANT. Jacob tries to be at least Thomas¿ equal but he struggles with the way his employer and her species treat humans as expendable. He wants much more as he has fallen in love with her Jacob is willing to give her his heart and soul to keep her safe.---------------- Lyssa knew from the first time she met Jacob he was different than all the mortals who have served her for almost a millennium as he is an alpha man not a submissive male. He makes her feel so much better than anyone ever has before. She even thinks she may love him, but vampires can live forever with superb health while humans rarely make a century and become frail as the decades pass. Lyssa knows what Jacob wants and offers her, but she fears touching his soul will allow him top touch hers and everyone knows that vampires are soulless.------------------- Vampire romance fans will take immense delight with this heated sequel that makes the supernatural seem natural especially in the boudoir. The story line is driven by the Lady and her servant who represent the social order in which bloodsuckers use humans as consumable supplies (food and otherwise). The lead couple¿s attraction grows with Jacob offering her his soul and Lyssa fearing to accept it. Fans of erotic romantic fantasy will relish THE MARK OF THE VAMPIRE QUEEN and look forward to Joey Hill¿s next entry in what is turning a strong saga.-------------- Harriet Klausner

posted by harstan on December 9, 2008

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1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

Tried this series again.....STILL DIDN'T LIKE IT!

OK, I hated the first book, but thought I would try again. The story and the vampires attitudes made more sense, but they still are awful, cruel and degrating.....ALL THE TIME! At least at the end Lisa (The Vampire Queen) shows some redreming qualities and does the righ...
OK, I hated the first book, but thought I would try again. The story and the vampires attitudes made more sense, but they still are awful, cruel and degrating.....ALL THE TIME! At least at the end Lisa (The Vampire Queen) shows some redreming qualities and does the right thing (for the human she's supposed to love) but otherwise why would any human freely choose to be with any of these vampires?

I won't bother reading anymore.........

posted by 2078063 on December 7, 2009

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  • Posted October 23, 2013

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    SEX. And more sex.  At the end of The Vampire Queen¿s Servant La

    SEX. And more sex.  At the end of The Vampire Queen’s Servant Lady Lyssa had given Jacob the third mark knowing that she was dying and that it would mean his death too.  With mortality staring her in the face Lady Lyssa is feeling things she has never felt before.  She has to attend the council meeting in hopes that she can shore up her legacy and she needs Jacob more than ever in her heart and in her bed. This book is important to the series as you meet several of the vampires featured in future books and events that take place in this book are referred to in future books.  

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 24, 2011

    Good book

    Good

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 3, 2012

    Awesome

    This was an awesone book,hot and full of love......it had me it tear at some points

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  • Posted March 8, 2010

    OKAY

    This book was okay. I didn't like the characters at all. I don't like how Lyssa treats Jacob or how any vampire treats human. It was gross and disgusting! However, the ending was somewhat touching. I did like it.

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  • Posted December 29, 2009

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    good end to a story...

    If you liked the first book then you also enjoy this one. If you were disappointed with the first book and offended by its content then look elsewhere for your reading pleasure!

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  • Posted October 15, 2009

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    Good Romance

    Even though this is an erotica book, the connection between the two main characters was really tight. You could feel the pull, the heartache. Sometimes even though I enjoy the erotica it just overwhelms the whole story, so this book actually got better when you got past some of those parts. Like towards the end it got so heartfelt I cried.

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