Not bad for a weekend read, but don't expect the steamy love scenes prevalent in many contemporary vampire love stories. I think the only place this book could've used some work is in the explanation of "the veil". But seeing as this is only the first of a trilogy, I'm hoping more details are revealed about this mysterious secret underworld where most of the world's vampires reside.
Gideon and Simone's story is a love story, but it's the love story of a sweet, Victorian-age virgin and the vampire who loves her enough to destroy the evil vampire out to do her harm...oh, and to wait for their wedding night. ;-)
I found the story to be very two dimensional. I felt that it lacked detail and conflict.
No sex scenes, though. That is worth mentioning.
The writer certainly had a clear understanding of England at the time and her references and vocabulary attest to that.
Great regency vampire romance
This was pretty good. A nice light read with no suprises really. Good for an afternoon when you just want a good story to laze around to.
A GOOD VAMPIRE ROMANCE. I REALLY ENJOYED IT.
good vampire romance novel.
Not bad, not great either. Interesting twist in the end though.
Enjoyed this book...will be looking for more by this author.
Great Regency vampire romance novel.