THE MARK OF THE VAMPIRE QUEEN
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.
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)