Vampires in America: The Vampire Wars, Book 12Irelanda land of magic and fantasy, of fierce warrior kings and fairy mounds . . . and, of course, vampires whove been around for nearly as long as those beguiling fey.Brilliant and ambitious, Quinn Kavanagh was aiming for the top, even before he was turned. But now, as a powerful vampire lord, hes driven by the demands of his blood, compelled to conquer and destroy, to defeat Irelands criminal ruler, and make the territory a better place for all its vampires and humans alike. Smart and beautiful, Eve Connelly was a graduate student with lifes endless possibilities stretched out before her. She knew nothing of vampires and didnt care . . . until she watched two of them murder her beloved brother. Now shes driven, too. But she doesnt want to help Irelands vampiresshe just wants to kill them.Bound together by love and hate, Quinn and Eve will risk everything to bring down the bloody regime of Irelands current vampire ruler. But in order to find revenge for Eve and the ultimate power for Quinn, they first have to learn to trust each other. And that might be the most dangerous thing of all . . . ....
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Quinn (Vampires in America #12) Reviews
A resounding 5 ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ D.B. Reynolds takes the fight to Europe in a novel that is a pivotal transition in a much beloved series. Reynolds has done it again, creating complex and relatable characters with compelling back stories that you hunger to know. She offers up a slow burn romance which delivers a scorching love match that should never have been! Effortlessly bringing the plot across the pond from the US to Europe, but keeping the story tight and focused on Quinn’s challenge to become the Iri ...more
I could never really get into this book. It was slow and had a lot of internal monologue going on. They didn't even really get together until around 70ish% and up until then they didn't even spend that much time together. I never felt a connection between the two and plus the safety stuff below blew it for me.
I used to love this series and the last three or four books have been big letdowns. I'll give this one more chance but if the next book is as bad I think I'll abandon this series.
Safety - ...more
Waiting for safety info
If she goes back to her possessive vampire males. If not, I’m finally out.
Wow is this book bad. There are no identifiable characters, just placeholders with names--except for Eve, who is stupid and hateful. The "story" is set in "Ireland", which might as well be a Hollywood soundstage for all the authenticity it provides. I've seen Lucky Charms commercials that were more Irish than this thing.
The research and fact checking is for shit, too. One Google search was enough to confirm that Ireland has some of the most stringent gun laws in Europe (mind-bogglingly strict c ...more
I can't help myself. Even though there were aspects that didn't impress I still couldn't stop reading from the second i started the book.
Ms Reynolds is a master of her craft and the writing is exceptional. This one didn't quite have the impact of some of the others but then this one had little interaction with the North American Lords. It had plenty to add to the overall story arc but there didn't seem as much relationship development between the main characters. still ... a great addition to t ...more
D.B. Reynolds continues her sexy and exciting Vampires In America (VIA) series with Quinn, book 12 in the series in which smart and sexy graduate student turned vampire hunter Eve Connelly is determined to avenge her brother’s murder and getting closer every night until the gorgeous newcomer from America Quinn Kavanagh derails her plans and makes her second guess the motives behind her killing spree.
Quinn was a natural born leader even before he became a vampire and didn’t hesitate when he was ...more
We get Quinn! Now I will say I didn’t love this as much as previous ones, and it’s not that Quinn wasn’t great bc he is and I enjoyed his relationship with Garrick who is both cousin and lieutenant. Something about Eve just didn’t work for me , although I liked her better towards the end I just wasn’t a huge fan of hers and in turn I didn’t like the story as well. All in all this is what we expect out of this author and these stories, vampire wars, steaming sex, times of humor and hints of what’ ...more