A Vampire's Claim (Vampire Queen Series #3)

A Vampire's Claim (Vampire Queen Series #3)

by Joey W. Hill
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Vampire's Claim (Vampire Queen Series #3) 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 77 reviews.
VASH More than 1 year ago
Third in Joey Hill's vampire series. But with different characters, and plot line. So if you wanted to just read the first two, or perhaps just the third and fourth, you don't miss key details.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This tale didn't catch my attention or interest me like all of her other Vampire books. I didn't like the female character at all in the beginning since she simply seemed selfish, and her allure wasn't as obvious to me. I really like the other books in this series.
CindyLG More than 1 year ago
Great story in the 3rd book of the series. Well written. It kept me on the edge of my seat. Highly recommend.
harstan More than 1 year ago
In 1953 Lady Daniela, the rare offspring of two vampires, travel to Western Australia to claim her maternal inheritance since her mom chose sun suicide. On the trek through the Outback to Thieves¿ Station, Daniela meets visiting English human Devlin at a dive. They hit it off making love that night to her shock as she has met many males over her two millennium existence that rarely tickle her let alone ignite her desire.

Dev accompanies Daniela to her station and learns what she is. He assists her in her goal to rid the world of an evil vampiric despot. She wants his soul voluntarily. However, when she violates her beloved by claiming him as her servant without his permission, Daniela fears she went too far and will lose the independent Dev since he does not understand the repercussions to her by her naming him.

Besides a great vampire romance by an author marking the sub-genre fans as loyal followers, (see THE VAMPIRE QUEEN'S SERVANT and THE MARK OF THE VAMPIRE QUEEN) Joey W. Hill provides a strong sense of time and place. The story line insures readers will be in the remote Outback as Ike and Elizabeth rise to power. Filled with action and two strong lead protagonists, readers will appreciate this enticing invigorating thriller.

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GailGoodinCrowell62 More than 1 year ago
I loved that this book was set in Oz. Lady Daniela and Dev are smokin hot together, and Dev has all the equipment to keep a girl very happy- devilish wink. The introduction of the children aka The Hounds was truly devastating, the way Dan I took them under her being was absolutely amazing. Joey proves once again what an amazing storyteller she is. On to more vamps and steamy hot scenes. Can't wait.
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In_My_Humble_OpinionDA More than 1 year ago
Though this is the third in the series it can be read stand-alone. We met Lady Daniela and Dev in The Mark of the Vampire Queen (Vampire Queen #2). This book goes into the past and tells how they met and how the irascible Dev came to be a vampire’s servant. As a born vampire Danny has automatic status but she is still a woman surrounded by male vampires who think she is lees because she is a woman. They are none to fond of those who take a human male as their servant. Danny just wants to take back the Station she inherited from and live life as quietly away from vampire politics as possible. From the start this is wishful thinking. With help from Dev and Lady Lyssa she comes into her own to be the confident vampire we met.
raeann47 More than 1 year ago
Set in 1953 Australia this is the journey of Lady Daniela and Devlin and his acceptance of her as his Mistress and the Vampire world. As Vampire's do not "Love", Dani and Dev explore the world of love, vampires, devotion and acceptance.
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Stlll a great story and a great one hander
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