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Vampire Trinity (Vampire Queen Series #6) [NOOK Book]

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Vampire hunter Gideon Green never intended to become a vampire's servant. But when Anwyn, a woman with whom he shared an unforgettable night, is turned by a vampire pack, Gideon is forced into an uneasy alliance with one of the most terrifying vampires he's ever encountered: the mysterious Daegan Rei.

Daegan has a vested interest in Anwyn. As Gideon and Daegan shepherd Anwyn through her dangerous validation with the Vampire Council, it's ...
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Vampire Trinity (Vampire Queen Series #6)

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Overview

Vampire hunter Gideon Green never intended to become a vampire's servant. But when Anwyn, a woman with whom he shared an unforgettable night, is turned by a vampire pack, Gideon is forced into an uneasy alliance with one of the most terrifying vampires he's ever encountered: the mysterious Daegan Rei.

Daegan has a vested interest in Anwyn. As Gideon and Daegan shepherd Anwyn through her dangerous validation with the Vampire Council, it's clear they must learn to trust each other. But as boundaries erode, Gideon realizes he has become irreversibly changed-by a bond with the two people in his life he can't survive without: vampires.


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“Another searing, delicious book. Daegan has a sensual menace that is blazingly erotic, and his relationship with Gideon is electric in its intensity. Anwyn's struggle to deal with her vampirism and resulting mental illness completely enthralled me. One of the hallmarks of a fabulous writer is the ability to make you feel the eroticism in things you wouldn't normally find erotic. I never really got turned on by m/m romances until I read Vampire Trinity.”—Angela Knight
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781101443262
  • Publisher: Penguin Group (USA)
  • Publication date: 9/7/2010
  • Series: Vampire Queen , #6
  • Sold by: Penguin Group
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 416
  • Sales rank: 62,824
  • File size: 520 KB

Meet the Author


Joey W. Hill’s erotic romances, both paranormal and contemporary, have earned a unique place in the genre with their memorable characters and exceptional emotional depth. She is the author of the Knights of the Boardroom series including Honor Bound and Controlled Response, and the Vampire Queen series including Taken by a Vampire and Bound by the Vampire Queen. A recipient of multiple Top Reviewer Picks from Romantic Times, Night Owl Romance, ParaNormal Romance Reviews, TwoLips and others, she has been nominated for the Romantic Times 2009 Career Achievement Award in Erotica.
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  • Posted October 22, 2010

    Sexual Healing

    The first book in this set, Vampire Mistress, spat out three unlikely sojourners: Anwyn, a BDSM club owner, raped and turned by a psychotic vampire, Deagan, her lover, a special ops vampire marginalized because of his mixed parentage and a human, Gideon, a vampire hunter who got involved in trying to save Anwyn and is in way, way over his head. Three damaged people caught in dire circumstances, all of whom will have to endure more, fight harder, internally explore further and discover greater stores of courage than each alone believes is possible This is a story of sexual healing, of finding strength and closing wounds through a sexual bond between three people that grows into a profound love, resilient enough to let each of them come to the trinity at their own speed and in their own time. This is a search for the means to feel worthy of love, almost always a rocky journey. Vampire Trinity, is an uncomfortable read at times, as the reader careens from edge of the seat dread, to raw passion, to extreme sacrifice in the name of love. But, as with many of Ms Hill's stories, the reader eventually finds safe passage to calm waters and the healing power of erotic love. The Greeks believed erotic love was the most profound because it involved a surrender of self, a true transformation. It is that transformation of each of the principle characters, who must become more than they were, that forms the theme of, Vampire Trinity. It is a story worth reading and enjoying many times, because the themes are deep and multifaceted and there is no way to take it all in the first time through. So, whatever you do, don't miss out on Ms Hill's latest sexy sojourn through the world of vampires.

    5 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 4, 2014

    Yum

    This book is on my permanent rotation of books to re-read (along with Vampire Mistress). HOT!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted October 28, 2013

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    So far , the one best of the Vampire Queen Series. This book is

    So far , the one best of the Vampire Queen Series. This book is the continuation of the trinity of Daegan, Anywn and Gideon, that we were introduced to in Vampire Mistress. Very emotional. Gideon realizes that he is deserving of the Love of his Master and Mistress. Reccommned to anyone who like their Vampire Novels Hot and steamy.

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  • Posted August 20, 2013

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    These three characters will forever hold a place in my heart. Th

    These three characters will forever hold a place in my heart. This book is a masterpiece and a must read for any romance fan.....hell, for any reading fan period. There are just not enough Rating Stars for this book.....just perfection

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 11, 2012

    Not a must read for me.

    Struggling through this book, all the others before where good. This one i wouldn't say that it is a must check it out like the previous books in this series!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 21, 2010

    not as fast paced as her other books

    I love Joey Hills books but this one was not as fast paced as the others. I kinda fell asleep a lot of times. But since I know her plots are good, I persisted.

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  • Posted October 27, 2010

    Highly Recommended - you must check it out!!

    I actually first got into the Daughters of Arianne series by falling in love with her book, "A Witch's Beauty." Though it is the sequel to "A Mermaid's Kiss," I believe "A Witch's Beauty" would remain my favorite of all the books I've read from Ms. Hill--and lo, and behold, she took my breath away with "Vampire Trinity!" I must say, from the struggles of understanding a complex relationship to accepting it, I enjoyed the novel from beginning to end, and I have gone back to read it over--and I still want to read it, over and over and over. I salute you, Ms. Hill, for writing your, I believe, best phenomenal erotica yet!

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  • Posted September 7, 2010

    Inner Demons vs. Vampires

    Once again, Joey W. Hill has created a story that delves into the inner conflicts of her characters, stripping away their defenses and exposing their vulnerability sharper than any nakedness could do. In Vampire Trinity, she continues the journey of Gideon, Anwyn, and Deagan. Their less than orthodox relationship created under the dire circumstances in Vampire Mistress evolves into a complicated dance as each comes to terms with balancing the consequences and roles within the new relationship. Deagan, the warrior, must allow himself to be saved. Anwyn, the Mistress, must come to terms with her weaknesses, even as her new vampire strengths and desires assert themselves. And Gideon must come to terms with past before moving on to his future. United in their show of strength towards the Vampire Council, they develop a bond that is greater than blood and stronger than the demons that threaten their individual psyches. But is it strong enough to sustain a relationship that none of them truly understands?

    This installment of the Vampire Queen series is heartbreaking in its ability to be raw and gritty, true to Gideon's character. Mason and Jessica, Lyssa and Jacob-each had their inner demons to face. But the first was romantic and the second fantasy. Gideon and Deagan are warriors and Anwyn has been savagely raped. Hill kept her characters true to their roots and their stories individually were enough to fill a tragic play, but all three together created a maelstrom of emotion, ripping at the reader. Just when things would start to get comfortable-BAM-reality would rear its ugly head again. Who would stay and who would go, how horrible would the Council treat them, could Gideon accept the new Anwyn, could he accept his role alongside Deagan? All these questions are answered with nothing held back. The honesty each is forced to face along the journey is painstaking. The eroticism between them is hot and explosive, and I often found it a metaphor for the baring of their souls more than a love scene (as Jacob had in a Vampire Queen's Servant). A great addition to the Joey W. Hill library.

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  • Posted August 16, 2010

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    a terrific entry

    Obsessed vampire hunter Gideon Green remains stunned that, like his brother Jacob who became a third mark servant giving up his soul (see The Mark of the Vampire Queen), he too has become a servant to the Undead beasts he stalked. However, when his lover was turned during a rape by an evil vampire, he had to be there for his beloved mistress Anwyn Naime, owner of Club Atlantis a hangout for the BDSM. He had no choice as she is going insane with the transformation although he remains extremely uncomfortable with the other part of the triangle they formed (see Vampire Mistress), Daegan Rei, perhaps the most powerful vampire in the world.

    To save Anwyn's mind, the angry hunter and the serene vampire must unite. They must prepare her to go before the Vampire Council who will rule on her sanity. If her two males, who distrust one another, fail to form a trinity with her, she will fail and be put to death. Daegan is not the hesitant one; Gideon as the only submissive in their trinity remains troubled with forging an unholy alliance with those he recently staked.

    The sixth Vampire Queen erotic urban fantasy is a terrific entry that at a minimum requires the audience to have recently read book five Vampire Mistress as the predecessor is a direct feed to Vampire Trinity. Those who have will appreciate the continual tale of the triangle that focuses much more on what Daegan is and contains a wonderful twist. Clearly for fans of the Joey W. Hill saga only, Vampire Trinity is an entertaining entry.

    Harriet Klausner

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