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THE MARK OF THE VAMPIRE QUEEN

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Dark and richly romantic, this novel
is a smooth transition from Hill's The Vampire Queen's Servant. There are scenes that will make you laugh and cry, and those that will be a feast for your libido and your most lascivious fantasies. The ending will surprise and leave you clamoring for more.

Picking up where book one left off, Jacob is now Lady Lyssa's full human servant. He thought he was prepared to serve her without reserve, but with humans regarded as little more than property or prey, he's torn.

Lyssa never thought she'd have feelings for a human, but Jacob has made her feel like no other. But their worlds are very different, and she's harboring a dark secret. Will Jacob have what it takes to stay true to her, no matter what the cost? (Heat, Feb., 384 pp., $15.00)
Reviewed by: 
Bella March