My Lord Vampire

My Lord Vampire

by Alexandra Ivy
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My Lord Vampire 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 40 reviews.
SuperBookish More than 1 year ago
Great Book with great story line. Kept me entertained
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I don't normally leave bad reviews but this book was boring. I honestly wish I could get my $4.99 back. It is only 150 pages long but it was so tedious it felt like 300 pages. The plot line is non-existent and the characters leave more than a little something to be desired. I will not be purchasing the other books in the trilogy and possibly nothing else from this author for wasting so much of my money on this "book". It got 1 star b/c I could not post a review without one. Otherwise it wouldn't have gotten it.
all_in More than 1 year ago
Not nearly up to the standards of her previous series. I purchased all of those titles, but the plot was so thin on My Lord Vampire, that I think I will skp the rest of this one.
AVoraciousReadr More than 1 year ago
Very enjoyable read! It’s been two hundred years since vampires have retreated behind the Veil to live a life pursuing knowledge instead of humans. Now, that peaceful existence is being threatened by three rogues who have decided they should be out there doing what vampires do best, hunting and killing the nasty lower life forms called humans and gaining power. Gideon Ravel and two others are sent back to the world of the humans to find three maidens, each entrusted with a piece of the Medallion used to create, hold and protect the Veil. Gideon is in search of Lady Simone Gilbert and he must find and protect her before one of the rogues gets to her. Let the hunt begin! A very enjoyable read. Well-written, smooth-flowing with well-fleshed characters and an interesting plot. I loved the idea of vampires retreating behind the Veil and then the Veil being in jeopardy. Gideon was too arrogant for my liking, but I love seeing an arrogant man being brought down later by the heroine. I really liked Simone. She was intelligent, not easily fooled and a survivor. This is the first book by Alexandra Ivy that I’ve read, but it won’t be my last. I look forward to reading more by her. *The publisher provided a copy of this book to me for review. Please see disclaimer page on my blog.
0826cheri More than 1 year ago
love the book so much i had to buy the other two that go with it.
ScorpionTT More than 1 year ago
Boring It was slow to start off with and the ending was just blah. This was differently not her best. Not worth the read, and I have all of her books.
Bukgoddess More than 1 year ago
During the last two hundred years, vampires living behind the Veil have endured in ultimate peace, content that their only thirst has been the insatiable thirst for knowledge. The Veil, created by the great vampire Nefri with the power of the Medallion now stands threatened, as fear that three powerful vampires have stepped beyond to venture back to the land of the mortals. The results in doing so would welcome once again, the powers of bloodlust that ruled their kind. Through orders made by the Great Council, Gideon Ravel along with fellow vampires, Lucien and Sebastian must travel beyond the Veil to the land containing human-kind they had so long ago left behind. The assigned task to protect from danger presented by the traitorous vampires, the three maidens Nefri has bestowed with the coveted components of the precious Medallion the traitorous vampires seek. Gideon will soon find Nefri has chosen well in appointing Simone, known as the “Wicked Temptress” for Lady Gilbert who while unknowingly in possession of the precious amulet holds close a secret all her own. Will the unwanted, underlying attraction between them help bring forth the trust that will be required to protect them against the danger lurking so very close at hand?
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So boring
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Kath58 More than 1 year ago
I love how Alexandra Ivy writes.
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