Title: Queen of Vampire Hearts
Series: In Fated Loves
Author’s Name: Jeanette Rose
Publisher: Rose and Star Publishing
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Page Count: 408 Pages
Author or Book Website: N/A
Link to Amazon purchase page: Queen of Vampire Hearts (Fated Loves): Rose, Jeanette: Books – Amazon
Link to Goodreads: Queen of Vampire Hearts (Fated Loves #1) by Jeanette Rose | Goodreads
Release Date: N/A
How I Got the Book: Review Copy
Summary of the Book:
A Woman Fleeing Persecution…
Phoebe Atreus is a witch on the run, her carefully crafted rules have kept her alive for the last decade, each one a product of a hard learned lesson. Rule Number One? Trust No One. She’s been betrayed one time too many to put her faith in anyone else’s hands. Even if the legendary vampire king might be the one person who could protect her from the enemies always one step behind.
A Man Whose Abandonment Issues Span Thousands of Years…
Lucien Silvano has been king of the vampires for the last ten thousand years, he’s fought in wars that have been reduced to legend, rescued damsels in distress, seduced said damsels, and moved on. Immortal life has become a never-ending battle against boredom. Nothing has truly stirred his interest in years, except her. She’s the exception to every rule, his Queen, his mate, the one-person Fate declared to be his. The problem? She wants nothing to do with him.
What could possibly go wrong?
Phoebe refuses to share her past with Lucien, pushing him away at every opportunity, yet unable to resist the chemistry that explodes whenever they are together. Forced back to his castle in Romania to live as his Queen, she starts to forget the rules that have kept her safe… until the secrets Lucien has been hiding remind her why she created them in the first place.
My Personal Review: I received a copy of this book for a fair and honest review. I picked this book up thinking it was going to go a certain way. Then of course Lucien and Phoebe had other ideas altogether. It is like they need each other but use every excuse to try to stay away from each other. Then only to be forced back together. It was interesting and I wonder what the next book will hold.
My Rating of the Book: 4 Stars