Vampyre Doll (Velicious, #1)

Vampyre Doll (Velicious, #1)

by Shelique Lize

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Overview

Justice Labelle's 21st birthday didn't go as planned. A government experiment attacked one of her friends, her ex-boyfriend returned to town and she met a dangerous vampyre whom she feels connected to and she doesn't understand why.

Between an ex who won't stop trying to reconnect, a friend's life is withering away, and a mysterious vampyre who seems to be following her, Justice is struggling to keep up with her academics.

If only she could figure out why she has a strange sense that she knows that vampyre from somewhere…

Despite her chaotic life, Justice searches for answers and she unravels disturbing secrets about the government and her ex-boyfriend. The more she searches the more she puts her life in danger, but she will not sit by and allow chaos to ravage her world. Ignoring the many warnings from her ex-boyfriend, Justice will do whatever it takes to save her friend, even if that means facing a certain death.

Fans of The Vampire Diaries and Shadow Hunters are sinking their teeth into this addictive paranormal romance series.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940152741445
Publisher: DiamondARES
Publication date: 08/07/2014
Series: Velicious , #1
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 1,055,937
File size: 367 KB

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Vampyre Doll (Velicious, #1) 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A little confusing at times but it was good
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is so good. I love a good vampire book like the next girl. But this is one that I just can't put down. I stayed up all night just reading to find out what happens next lol. Keep up the good work.
Injoy-Life More than 1 year ago
Velicious Part One by Shelique Lize is an intriguing paranormal-suspense story that starts in 1818 & moves to the present time. I gave it four stars. It needs some editing for typos & homonyms. This does not reflect on the quality of the author's writing. "My little sister had no issues yet, but our mother forced her to talk to Dr. Fields once a week about her emotions and life. According to our mother, she already had two screwed up daughters, and she didn’t want a third kid flying over the cuckoo’s nest into a dark abyss? my mother’s exact words. My mother could be just a tad dramatic." It is Justice's, the protagonist's twenty first birthday. She hadn't celebrated the prior year because it was only four days after the suicide event. This year her sisters & best friend are planning a big one for her. “I’m open enough,” I huffed in denial. I winced when memories reminded me that being the good little girl, Daddy’s angel, and the perfect overachiever, had seriously hampered my ability to be more open-minded. A minor plight, I planned on fixing in the near future." Mya took her to a psychic & she had a strange experience. She was told to embrace the unknown but was not told what the "unknown" was. Justice describes her dormitory room mate: "As a matter of a fact, Erin's whole life was filled with drama. Drinking, boys, betrayal, backstabbing, drugs?my God, she’s done it all. Erin was a toxic person, and even though it was painful to cut her out of my life, I knew I would be better off. She was the dandelion growing in my garden and making it unsightly. Nevertheless, if Erin ever needed anything, I’d still be there for her. Simple as that. We have too much history." Justice met Dante & Marquis & wondered which one of them would be her dark stranger. I received a complimentary copy from the author. That did not change my opinion for this review.