Quinn

Quinn

Vampires in America: The Vampire Wars, Book 12 Ireland?a land of magic and fantasy, of fierce warrior kings and fairy mounds . . . and, of course, vampires who?ve 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, he?s driven by the demands of h Vampires in America: The Vampire Wars, Book 12 Ireland?a land of magic and fantasy, of fierce warrior king...

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Title:Quinn
Author:D.B. Reynolds
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Genres:Fantasy
ISBN:B07B8YNXQ5
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Kindle Edition
Number of Pages:308 pages pages

Quinn Reviews

  • MelissaB
    Jun 10, 2018

    3 Where is the love Stars *Mild Spoilers I love the Vampires in America series. I adore almost anything D.B. Reynolds writes, but this one while entertaining was not as good for me as past books. The reason this was only a 3 star read for me was because I didn't feel the lov...

    Wow, D.B. Reynolds really phoned this one in. I'm SO disappointed. I've read the entire Vampires in America series, and I've enjoyed every one, but this one... I almost have no words. I need to address her complete lack of historical accuracy first as that bothered me immensely...

    3 Vampire Lord of Ireland Stars!! It seriously pains me to give a three star rating to a book in one of my favorite series (first time ever!) but, I must admit I'm just a wee bit disappointed in this much anticipated book. It was good but I found it lacking in the romance depart...

    I have to admit, I'm a little disappointed in Quinn's book. It was good but lacking in the romance department. One of my biggest draws to vampire books is the mate aspect to the story. You do get that, but it's muted by Quinn's destiny to become a vampire Lord. We get to see how Qui...

    2.5 stars Quinn is book 12 in the Vampires in America series. I have been a huge fan of this series for many years, so it pains me to give this book such a low rating. I honestly didn't like it at all. I found the first 70% of this book very boring and the romance totally lacking. I...

    Why??? You all know how much I love Vampires in America... So why???? Why have Ms. Reynolds did this to me? The heroine here was supposed to be a vampire killer for revenge, but she didn't kill only vampires who deserved it. No, Sir! She killed every vampire she could get her ...

    Four and a half This series is simply fabulous and its characters always dig deep into my heart. Here we have Quinn arriving in Ireland and determined to become it's Vampire Lord. He has the blessing of Raphael and apparently the backing of Lucas but Quinn understands the nature of al...

    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 ...

    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 commercia...

    I really wanted to love this book. Sadly it was a dull, predictable & uninspiring read. 2 stars ...

    This was my least favorite book in this series, it felt disjointed and phoned in, especially with the romance. There really wasn?t much romance to speak of, they basically go from screwing to suddenly in love very quickly and unbelievably. The heroine was pretty frustrating and annoy...

  • Dali
    Apr 27, 2018

    3 Where is the love Stars *Mild Spoilers I love the Vampires in America series. I adore almost anything D.B. Reynolds writes, but this one while entertaining was not as good for me as past books. The reason this was only a 3 star read for me was because I didn't feel the lov...

    Wow, D.B. Reynolds really phoned this one in. I'm SO disappointed. I've read the entire Vampires in America series, and I've enjoyed every one, but this one... I almost have no words. I need to address her complete lack of historical accuracy first as that bothered me immensely...

    3 Vampire Lord of Ireland Stars!! It seriously pains me to give a three star rating to a book in one of my favorite series (first time ever!) but, I must admit I'm just a wee bit disappointed in this much anticipated book. It was good but I found it lacking in the romance depart...

    I have to admit, I'm a little disappointed in Quinn's book. It was good but lacking in the romance department. One of my biggest draws to vampire books is the mate aspect to the story. You do get that, but it's muted by Quinn's destiny to become a vampire Lord. We get to see how Qui...

    2.5 stars Quinn is book 12 in the Vampires in America series. I have been a huge fan of this series for many years, so it pains me to give this book such a low rating. I honestly didn't like it at all. I found the first 70% of this book very boring and the romance totally lacking. I...

    Why??? You all know how much I love Vampires in America... So why???? Why have Ms. Reynolds did this to me? The heroine here was supposed to be a vampire killer for revenge, but she didn't kill only vampires who deserved it. No, Sir! She killed every vampire she could get her ...

    Four and a half This series is simply fabulous and its characters always dig deep into my heart. Here we have Quinn arriving in Ireland and determined to become it's Vampire Lord. He has the blessing of Raphael and apparently the backing of Lucas but Quinn understands the nature of al...

    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 ...

  • Wealie
    Dec 18, 2017

    3 Where is the love Stars *Mild Spoilers I love the Vampires in America series. I adore almost anything D.B. Reynolds writes, but this one while entertaining was not as good for me as past books. The reason this was only a 3 star read for me was because I didn't feel the lov...

    Wow, D.B. Reynolds really phoned this one in. I'm SO disappointed. I've read the entire Vampires in America series, and I've enjoyed every one, but this one... I almost have no words. I need to address her complete lack of historical accuracy first as that bothered me immensely...

    3 Vampire Lord of Ireland Stars!! It seriously pains me to give a three star rating to a book in one of my favorite series (first time ever!) but, I must admit I'm just a wee bit disappointed in this much anticipated book. It was good but I found it lacking in the romance depart...

    I have to admit, I'm a little disappointed in Quinn's book. It was good but lacking in the romance department. One of my biggest draws to vampire books is the mate aspect to the story. You do get that, but it's muted by Quinn's destiny to become a vampire Lord. We get to see how Qui...

    2.5 stars Quinn is book 12 in the Vampires in America series. I have been a huge fan of this series for many years, so it pains me to give this book such a low rating. I honestly didn't like it at all. I found the first 70% of this book very boring and the romance totally lacking. I...

    Why??? You all know how much I love Vampires in America... So why???? Why have Ms. Reynolds did this to me? The heroine here was supposed to be a vampire killer for revenge, but she didn't kill only vampires who deserved it. No, Sir! She killed every vampire she could get her ...

    Four and a half This series is simply fabulous and its characters always dig deep into my heart. Here we have Quinn arriving in Ireland and determined to become it's Vampire Lord. He has the blessing of Raphael and apparently the backing of Lucas but Quinn understands the nature of al...

    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 ...

    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 commercia...

    I really wanted to love this book. Sadly it was a dull, predictable & uninspiring read. 2 stars ...

    This was my least favorite book in this series, it felt disjointed and phoned in, especially with the romance. There really wasn?t much romance to speak of, they basically go from screwing to suddenly in love very quickly and unbelievably. The heroine was pretty frustrating and annoy...

    I needed some D.B. Reynold in my life. I could live in her world forever. Review to come :) ...

    3.5 Stars. Far from my favorite read in the series. Just some random thoughts?in the early parts, the book was talky and there was not a lot of action. The flashbacks every other chapter stopped the storyline cold. It was interesting learning Quinn?s past and how he became a vampir...

    I really, really disliked Eve. She's looking for revenge against the species that killed her brother, but in reality she's nothing more than a psychopathic serial killer who sees all vampires as non-entities. She's also a thief, she has no problems taking the dead vampires' money becau...

    Waiting for safety info If she goes back to her possessive vampire males. If not, I?m finally out. ...

    The Delight Hot vampire lords and feisty heroines inhabit this fascinating world that D.B. Reynolds has written and I?m addicted to the whole series. Review Eve Connelly is an Irish redhead with the temperment that seems to go with it. In this case, she deserves to be angry af...

    I think Quinn has been my least favorite H in this series so far. We didn't get much info in terms of the over-arching series plot and just a tinie-tiny glimps of the next book's H. So I hope that there's a Raph & Cin novella in between this and the next full length book to help th...

    Two prefaces to this review. First, I was given this novel by Netgalley in exchange for an Honest review. Second, I also purchased this novel as I have all D.B. Reynolds novels whether given them by Netgalley or the author. I adore the author and adore this series..Raphael is MY #1 boo...

    I love this series but not this book. It pains me to give a book in the Vampire in America series only two stars but this one just didn't work for me. Quinn and Eve don't spend much time together in this book and quite frankly I was given the impression for most of the book that Quinn ...

    This review was originally posted on Addicted To RomanceI received this book for free from ImaJinn Books in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. I have always been a big fan of D.B. Reynolds and most especially her V...

    Quinn is the continuation of the storyline of Raphael and the American vampires moving to take over Europe. Ireland is the foothold to begin that coup, and Quinn Kavanaugh, an Irish American vampire, is tasked with overthrowing the current Lord of Ireland. Each book in the series, whil...

    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 st...

    The Vampire Wars are getting more exciting as the American Vampires expand their reach and bring the fight to Ireland. Quinn and Eve are strong, compelling characters that have an undeniably sizzling chemistry that has sparks flying in every direction along with some snarky dialogu...

    I am going to give this installment a 3.5. This is one of those books where I came away not loving it, but not hating it either. Don't get me wrong, I actually really liked Quinn & Eve but I honestly never felt very connected to them as a couple. With Cyn and Raphael I could fee...

    I?ve been a fan of this series for as long as I can remember. I?ve pretty much pre-ordered every book since like book 6 or 7 I believe. I had to catch up since I didn?t start reading it when the first book came out. I have read each book more than once, a few more than just a f...

    Hmmm. LOVE Vampires in America series, but not feeling the love for this one. There was just something missing , something too bland about it . Also , as a couple, I did not find Quinn and Eva interesting enough or romantic enough to become invested in them . In comparison to the pre...

    2.5* ...

    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 towar...

    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...

  • Lover of Romance
    May 12, 2018

    3 Where is the love Stars *Mild Spoilers I love the Vampires in America series. I adore almost anything D.B. Reynolds writes, but this one while entertaining was not as good for me as past books. The reason this was only a 3 star read for me was because I didn't feel the lov...

    Wow, D.B. Reynolds really phoned this one in. I'm SO disappointed. I've read the entire Vampires in America series, and I've enjoyed every one, but this one... I almost have no words. I need to address her complete lack of historical accuracy first as that bothered me immensely...

    3 Vampire Lord of Ireland Stars!! It seriously pains me to give a three star rating to a book in one of my favorite series (first time ever!) but, I must admit I'm just a wee bit disappointed in this much anticipated book. It was good but I found it lacking in the romance depart...

    I have to admit, I'm a little disappointed in Quinn's book. It was good but lacking in the romance department. One of my biggest draws to vampire books is the mate aspect to the story. You do get that, but it's muted by Quinn's destiny to become a vampire Lord. We get to see how Qui...

    2.5 stars Quinn is book 12 in the Vampires in America series. I have been a huge fan of this series for many years, so it pains me to give this book such a low rating. I honestly didn't like it at all. I found the first 70% of this book very boring and the romance totally lacking. I...

    Why??? You all know how much I love Vampires in America... So why???? Why have Ms. Reynolds did this to me? The heroine here was supposed to be a vampire killer for revenge, but she didn't kill only vampires who deserved it. No, Sir! She killed every vampire she could get her ...

    Four and a half This series is simply fabulous and its characters always dig deep into my heart. Here we have Quinn arriving in Ireland and determined to become it's Vampire Lord. He has the blessing of Raphael and apparently the backing of Lucas but Quinn understands the nature of al...

    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 ...

    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 commercia...

    I really wanted to love this book. Sadly it was a dull, predictable & uninspiring read. 2 stars ...

    This was my least favorite book in this series, it felt disjointed and phoned in, especially with the romance. There really wasn?t much romance to speak of, they basically go from screwing to suddenly in love very quickly and unbelievably. The heroine was pretty frustrating and annoy...

    I needed some D.B. Reynold in my life. I could live in her world forever. Review to come :) ...

    3.5 Stars. Far from my favorite read in the series. Just some random thoughts?in the early parts, the book was talky and there was not a lot of action. The flashbacks every other chapter stopped the storyline cold. It was interesting learning Quinn?s past and how he became a vampir...

    I really, really disliked Eve. She's looking for revenge against the species that killed her brother, but in reality she's nothing more than a psychopathic serial killer who sees all vampires as non-entities. She's also a thief, she has no problems taking the dead vampires' money becau...

    Waiting for safety info If she goes back to her possessive vampire males. If not, I?m finally out. ...

    The Delight Hot vampire lords and feisty heroines inhabit this fascinating world that D.B. Reynolds has written and I?m addicted to the whole series. Review Eve Connelly is an Irish redhead with the temperment that seems to go with it. In this case, she deserves to be angry af...

    I think Quinn has been my least favorite H in this series so far. We didn't get much info in terms of the over-arching series plot and just a tinie-tiny glimps of the next book's H. So I hope that there's a Raph & Cin novella in between this and the next full length book to help th...

    Two prefaces to this review. First, I was given this novel by Netgalley in exchange for an Honest review. Second, I also purchased this novel as I have all D.B. Reynolds novels whether given them by Netgalley or the author. I adore the author and adore this series..Raphael is MY #1 boo...

    I love this series but not this book. It pains me to give a book in the Vampire in America series only two stars but this one just didn't work for me. Quinn and Eve don't spend much time together in this book and quite frankly I was given the impression for most of the book that Quinn ...

    This review was originally posted on Addicted To RomanceI received this book for free from ImaJinn Books in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. I have always been a big fan of D.B. Reynolds and most especially her V...

  • Michelle(Chelle) aka Nightshade - Cake Whisperer
    May 25, 2018

    3 Where is the love Stars *Mild Spoilers I love the Vampires in America series. I adore almost anything D.B. Reynolds writes, but this one while entertaining was not as good for me as past books. The reason this was only a 3 star read for me was because I didn't feel the lov...

    Wow, D.B. Reynolds really phoned this one in. I'm SO disappointed. I've read the entire Vampires in America series, and I've enjoyed every one, but this one... I almost have no words. I need to address her complete lack of historical accuracy first as that bothered me immensely...

    3 Vampire Lord of Ireland Stars!! It seriously pains me to give a three star rating to a book in one of my favorite series (first time ever!) but, I must admit I'm just a wee bit disappointed in this much anticipated book. It was good but I found it lacking in the romance depart...

    I have to admit, I'm a little disappointed in Quinn's book. It was good but lacking in the romance department. One of my biggest draws to vampire books is the mate aspect to the story. You do get that, but it's muted by Quinn's destiny to become a vampire Lord. We get to see how Qui...

    2.5 stars Quinn is book 12 in the Vampires in America series. I have been a huge fan of this series for many years, so it pains me to give this book such a low rating. I honestly didn't like it at all. I found the first 70% of this book very boring and the romance totally lacking. I...

    Why??? You all know how much I love Vampires in America... So why???? Why have Ms. Reynolds did this to me? The heroine here was supposed to be a vampire killer for revenge, but she didn't kill only vampires who deserved it. No, Sir! She killed every vampire she could get her ...

    Four and a half This series is simply fabulous and its characters always dig deep into my heart. Here we have Quinn arriving in Ireland and determined to become it's Vampire Lord. He has the blessing of Raphael and apparently the backing of Lucas but Quinn understands the nature of al...

    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 ...

    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 commercia...

    I really wanted to love this book. Sadly it was a dull, predictable & uninspiring read. 2 stars ...

    This was my least favorite book in this series, it felt disjointed and phoned in, especially with the romance. There really wasn?t much romance to speak of, they basically go from screwing to suddenly in love very quickly and unbelievably. The heroine was pretty frustrating and annoy...

    I needed some D.B. Reynold in my life. I could live in her world forever. Review to come :) ...

    3.5 Stars. Far from my favorite read in the series. Just some random thoughts?in the early parts, the book was talky and there was not a lot of action. The flashbacks every other chapter stopped the storyline cold. It was interesting learning Quinn?s past and how he became a vampir...

    I really, really disliked Eve. She's looking for revenge against the species that killed her brother, but in reality she's nothing more than a psychopathic serial killer who sees all vampires as non-entities. She's also a thief, she has no problems taking the dead vampires' money becau...

    Waiting for safety info If she goes back to her possessive vampire males. If not, I?m finally out. ...

    The Delight Hot vampire lords and feisty heroines inhabit this fascinating world that D.B. Reynolds has written and I?m addicted to the whole series. Review Eve Connelly is an Irish redhead with the temperment that seems to go with it. In this case, she deserves to be angry af...

    I think Quinn has been my least favorite H in this series so far. We didn't get much info in terms of the over-arching series plot and just a tinie-tiny glimps of the next book's H. So I hope that there's a Raph & Cin novella in between this and the next full length book to help th...

    Two prefaces to this review. First, I was given this novel by Netgalley in exchange for an Honest review. Second, I also purchased this novel as I have all D.B. Reynolds novels whether given them by Netgalley or the author. I adore the author and adore this series..Raphael is MY #1 boo...

    I love this series but not this book. It pains me to give a book in the Vampire in America series only two stars but this one just didn't work for me. Quinn and Eve don't spend much time together in this book and quite frankly I was given the impression for most of the book that Quinn ...

    This review was originally posted on Addicted To RomanceI received this book for free from ImaJinn Books in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. I have always been a big fan of D.B. Reynolds and most especially her V...

    Quinn is the continuation of the storyline of Raphael and the American vampires moving to take over Europe. Ireland is the foothold to begin that coup, and Quinn Kavanaugh, an Irish American vampire, is tasked with overthrowing the current Lord of Ireland. Each book in the series, whil...

    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 st...

    The Vampire Wars are getting more exciting as the American Vampires expand their reach and bring the fight to Ireland. Quinn and Eve are strong, compelling characters that have an undeniably sizzling chemistry that has sparks flying in every direction along with some snarky dialogu...

    I am going to give this installment a 3.5. This is one of those books where I came away not loving it, but not hating it either. Don't get me wrong, I actually really liked Quinn & Eve but I honestly never felt very connected to them as a couple. With Cyn and Raphael I could fee...

  • Victoria
    May 14, 2018

    3 Where is the love Stars *Mild Spoilers I love the Vampires in America series. I adore almost anything D.B. Reynolds writes, but this one while entertaining was not as good for me as past books. The reason this was only a 3 star read for me was because I didn't feel the lov...

    Wow, D.B. Reynolds really phoned this one in. I'm SO disappointed. I've read the entire Vampires in America series, and I've enjoyed every one, but this one... I almost have no words. I need to address her complete lack of historical accuracy first as that bothered me immensely...

    3 Vampire Lord of Ireland Stars!! It seriously pains me to give a three star rating to a book in one of my favorite series (first time ever!) but, I must admit I'm just a wee bit disappointed in this much anticipated book. It was good but I found it lacking in the romance depart...

    I have to admit, I'm a little disappointed in Quinn's book. It was good but lacking in the romance department. One of my biggest draws to vampire books is the mate aspect to the story. You do get that, but it's muted by Quinn's destiny to become a vampire Lord. We get to see how Qui...

    2.5 stars Quinn is book 12 in the Vampires in America series. I have been a huge fan of this series for many years, so it pains me to give this book such a low rating. I honestly didn't like it at all. I found the first 70% of this book very boring and the romance totally lacking. I...

    Why??? You all know how much I love Vampires in America... So why???? Why have Ms. Reynolds did this to me? The heroine here was supposed to be a vampire killer for revenge, but she didn't kill only vampires who deserved it. No, Sir! She killed every vampire she could get her ...

    Four and a half This series is simply fabulous and its characters always dig deep into my heart. Here we have Quinn arriving in Ireland and determined to become it's Vampire Lord. He has the blessing of Raphael and apparently the backing of Lucas but Quinn understands the nature of al...

    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 ...

    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 commercia...

    I really wanted to love this book. Sadly it was a dull, predictable & uninspiring read. 2 stars ...

    This was my least favorite book in this series, it felt disjointed and phoned in, especially with the romance. There really wasn?t much romance to speak of, they basically go from screwing to suddenly in love very quickly and unbelievably. The heroine was pretty frustrating and annoy...

    I needed some D.B. Reynold in my life. I could live in her world forever. Review to come :) ...

    3.5 Stars. Far from my favorite read in the series. Just some random thoughts?in the early parts, the book was talky and there was not a lot of action. The flashbacks every other chapter stopped the storyline cold. It was interesting learning Quinn?s past and how he became a vampir...

    I really, really disliked Eve. She's looking for revenge against the species that killed her brother, but in reality she's nothing more than a psychopathic serial killer who sees all vampires as non-entities. She's also a thief, she has no problems taking the dead vampires' money becau...

  • Tanja ~ KT Book Reviews
    Jun 05, 2018

    3 Where is the love Stars *Mild Spoilers I love the Vampires in America series. I adore almost anything D.B. Reynolds writes, but this one while entertaining was not as good for me as past books. The reason this was only a 3 star read for me was because I didn't feel the lov...

    Wow, D.B. Reynolds really phoned this one in. I'm SO disappointed. I've read the entire Vampires in America series, and I've enjoyed every one, but this one... I almost have no words. I need to address her complete lack of historical accuracy first as that bothered me immensely...

    3 Vampire Lord of Ireland Stars!! It seriously pains me to give a three star rating to a book in one of my favorite series (first time ever!) but, I must admit I'm just a wee bit disappointed in this much anticipated book. It was good but I found it lacking in the romance depart...

    I have to admit, I'm a little disappointed in Quinn's book. It was good but lacking in the romance department. One of my biggest draws to vampire books is the mate aspect to the story. You do get that, but it's muted by Quinn's destiny to become a vampire Lord. We get to see how Qui...

    2.5 stars Quinn is book 12 in the Vampires in America series. I have been a huge fan of this series for many years, so it pains me to give this book such a low rating. I honestly didn't like it at all. I found the first 70% of this book very boring and the romance totally lacking. I...

    Why??? You all know how much I love Vampires in America... So why???? Why have Ms. Reynolds did this to me? The heroine here was supposed to be a vampire killer for revenge, but she didn't kill only vampires who deserved it. No, Sir! She killed every vampire she could get her ...

    Four and a half This series is simply fabulous and its characters always dig deep into my heart. Here we have Quinn arriving in Ireland and determined to become it's Vampire Lord. He has the blessing of Raphael and apparently the backing of Lucas but Quinn understands the nature of al...

    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 ...

    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 commercia...

    I really wanted to love this book. Sadly it was a dull, predictable & uninspiring read. 2 stars ...

    This was my least favorite book in this series, it felt disjointed and phoned in, especially with the romance. There really wasn?t much romance to speak of, they basically go from screwing to suddenly in love very quickly and unbelievably. The heroine was pretty frustrating and annoy...

    I needed some D.B. Reynold in my life. I could live in her world forever. Review to come :) ...

  • Trina
    Apr 28, 2018

    3 Where is the love Stars *Mild Spoilers I love the Vampires in America series. I adore almost anything D.B. Reynolds writes, but this one while entertaining was not as good for me as past books. The reason this was only a 3 star read for me was because I didn't feel the lov...

    Wow, D.B. Reynolds really phoned this one in. I'm SO disappointed. I've read the entire Vampires in America series, and I've enjoyed every one, but this one... I almost have no words. I need to address her complete lack of historical accuracy first as that bothered me immensely...

    3 Vampire Lord of Ireland Stars!! It seriously pains me to give a three star rating to a book in one of my favorite series (first time ever!) but, I must admit I'm just a wee bit disappointed in this much anticipated book. It was good but I found it lacking in the romance depart...

    I have to admit, I'm a little disappointed in Quinn's book. It was good but lacking in the romance department. One of my biggest draws to vampire books is the mate aspect to the story. You do get that, but it's muted by Quinn's destiny to become a vampire Lord. We get to see how Qui...

    2.5 stars Quinn is book 12 in the Vampires in America series. I have been a huge fan of this series for many years, so it pains me to give this book such a low rating. I honestly didn't like it at all. I found the first 70% of this book very boring and the romance totally lacking. I...

    Why??? You all know how much I love Vampires in America... So why???? Why have Ms. Reynolds did this to me? The heroine here was supposed to be a vampire killer for revenge, but she didn't kill only vampires who deserved it. No, Sir! She killed every vampire she could get her ...

    Four and a half This series is simply fabulous and its characters always dig deep into my heart. Here we have Quinn arriving in Ireland and determined to become it's Vampire Lord. He has the blessing of Raphael and apparently the backing of Lucas but Quinn understands the nature of al...

    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 ...

    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 commercia...

    I really wanted to love this book. Sadly it was a dull, predictable & uninspiring read. 2 stars ...

    This was my least favorite book in this series, it felt disjointed and phoned in, especially with the romance. There really wasn?t much romance to speak of, they basically go from screwing to suddenly in love very quickly and unbelievably. The heroine was pretty frustrating and annoy...

    I needed some D.B. Reynold in my life. I could live in her world forever. Review to come :) ...

    3.5 Stars. Far from my favorite read in the series. Just some random thoughts?in the early parts, the book was talky and there was not a lot of action. The flashbacks every other chapter stopped the storyline cold. It was interesting learning Quinn?s past and how he became a vampir...

    I really, really disliked Eve. She's looking for revenge against the species that killed her brother, but in reality she's nothing more than a psychopathic serial killer who sees all vampires as non-entities. She's also a thief, she has no problems taking the dead vampires' money becau...

    Waiting for safety info If she goes back to her possessive vampire males. If not, I?m finally out. ...

    The Delight Hot vampire lords and feisty heroines inhabit this fascinating world that D.B. Reynolds has written and I?m addicted to the whole series. Review Eve Connelly is an Irish redhead with the temperment that seems to go with it. In this case, she deserves to be angry af...

    I think Quinn has been my least favorite H in this series so far. We didn't get much info in terms of the over-arching series plot and just a tinie-tiny glimps of the next book's H. So I hope that there's a Raph & Cin novella in between this and the next full length book to help th...

    Two prefaces to this review. First, I was given this novel by Netgalley in exchange for an Honest review. Second, I also purchased this novel as I have all D.B. Reynolds novels whether given them by Netgalley or the author. I adore the author and adore this series..Raphael is MY #1 boo...

    I love this series but not this book. It pains me to give a book in the Vampire in America series only two stars but this one just didn't work for me. Quinn and Eve don't spend much time together in this book and quite frankly I was given the impression for most of the book that Quinn ...

    This review was originally posted on Addicted To RomanceI received this book for free from ImaJinn Books in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. I have always been a big fan of D.B. Reynolds and most especially her V...

    Quinn is the continuation of the storyline of Raphael and the American vampires moving to take over Europe. Ireland is the foothold to begin that coup, and Quinn Kavanaugh, an Irish American vampire, is tasked with overthrowing the current Lord of Ireland. Each book in the series, whil...

    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 st...

    The Vampire Wars are getting more exciting as the American Vampires expand their reach and bring the fight to Ireland. Quinn and Eve are strong, compelling characters that have an undeniably sizzling chemistry that has sparks flying in every direction along with some snarky dialogu...

    I am going to give this installment a 3.5. This is one of those books where I came away not loving it, but not hating it either. Don't get me wrong, I actually really liked Quinn & Eve but I honestly never felt very connected to them as a couple. With Cyn and Raphael I could fee...

    I?ve been a fan of this series for as long as I can remember. I?ve pretty much pre-ordered every book since like book 6 or 7 I believe. I had to catch up since I didn?t start reading it when the first book came out. I have read each book more than once, a few more than just a f...

    Hmmm. LOVE Vampires in America series, but not feeling the love for this one. There was just something missing , something too bland about it . Also , as a couple, I did not find Quinn and Eva interesting enough or romantic enough to become invested in them . In comparison to the pre...

    2.5* ...

  • Dorsey aka ❤️ Wrath Lover Reviews  ❤️
    Apr 17, 2018

    3 Where is the love Stars *Mild Spoilers I love the Vampires in America series. I adore almost anything D.B. Reynolds writes, but this one while entertaining was not as good for me as past books. The reason this was only a 3 star read for me was because I didn't feel the lov...

    Wow, D.B. Reynolds really phoned this one in. I'm SO disappointed. I've read the entire Vampires in America series, and I've enjoyed every one, but this one... I almost have no words. I need to address her complete lack of historical accuracy first as that bothered me immensely...

    3 Vampire Lord of Ireland Stars!! It seriously pains me to give a three star rating to a book in one of my favorite series (first time ever!) but, I must admit I'm just a wee bit disappointed in this much anticipated book. It was good but I found it lacking in the romance depart...

  • t'irla ~The Bookslayer~ t'irla's Talk Book Blog
    May 06, 2018

    3 Where is the love Stars *Mild Spoilers I love the Vampires in America series. I adore almost anything D.B. Reynolds writes, but this one while entertaining was not as good for me as past books. The reason this was only a 3 star read for me was because I didn't feel the lov...

    Wow, D.B. Reynolds really phoned this one in. I'm SO disappointed. I've read the entire Vampires in America series, and I've enjoyed every one, but this one... I almost have no words. I need to address her complete lack of historical accuracy first as that bothered me immensely...

    3 Vampire Lord of Ireland Stars!! It seriously pains me to give a three star rating to a book in one of my favorite series (first time ever!) but, I must admit I'm just a wee bit disappointed in this much anticipated book. It was good but I found it lacking in the romance depart...

    I have to admit, I'm a little disappointed in Quinn's book. It was good but lacking in the romance department. One of my biggest draws to vampire books is the mate aspect to the story. You do get that, but it's muted by Quinn's destiny to become a vampire Lord. We get to see how Qui...

    2.5 stars Quinn is book 12 in the Vampires in America series. I have been a huge fan of this series for many years, so it pains me to give this book such a low rating. I honestly didn't like it at all. I found the first 70% of this book very boring and the romance totally lacking. I...

    Why??? You all know how much I love Vampires in America... So why???? Why have Ms. Reynolds did this to me? The heroine here was supposed to be a vampire killer for revenge, but she didn't kill only vampires who deserved it. No, Sir! She killed every vampire she could get her ...

    Four and a half This series is simply fabulous and its characters always dig deep into my heart. Here we have Quinn arriving in Ireland and determined to become it's Vampire Lord. He has the blessing of Raphael and apparently the backing of Lucas but Quinn understands the nature of al...

    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 ...

    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 commercia...

    I really wanted to love this book. Sadly it was a dull, predictable & uninspiring read. 2 stars ...

    This was my least favorite book in this series, it felt disjointed and phoned in, especially with the romance. There really wasn?t much romance to speak of, they basically go from screwing to suddenly in love very quickly and unbelievably. The heroine was pretty frustrating and annoy...

    I needed some D.B. Reynold in my life. I could live in her world forever. Review to come :) ...

    3.5 Stars. Far from my favorite read in the series. Just some random thoughts?in the early parts, the book was talky and there was not a lot of action. The flashbacks every other chapter stopped the storyline cold. It was interesting learning Quinn?s past and how he became a vampir...

    I really, really disliked Eve. She's looking for revenge against the species that killed her brother, but in reality she's nothing more than a psychopathic serial killer who sees all vampires as non-entities. She's also a thief, she has no problems taking the dead vampires' money becau...

    Waiting for safety info If she goes back to her possessive vampire males. If not, I?m finally out. ...

    The Delight Hot vampire lords and feisty heroines inhabit this fascinating world that D.B. Reynolds has written and I?m addicted to the whole series. Review Eve Connelly is an Irish redhead with the temperment that seems to go with it. In this case, she deserves to be angry af...

    I think Quinn has been my least favorite H in this series so far. We didn't get much info in terms of the over-arching series plot and just a tinie-tiny glimps of the next book's H. So I hope that there's a Raph & Cin novella in between this and the next full length book to help th...

    Two prefaces to this review. First, I was given this novel by Netgalley in exchange for an Honest review. Second, I also purchased this novel as I have all D.B. Reynolds novels whether given them by Netgalley or the author. I adore the author and adore this series..Raphael is MY #1 boo...

  • Leigh
    Apr 10, 2018

    3 Where is the love Stars *Mild Spoilers I love the Vampires in America series. I adore almost anything D.B. Reynolds writes, but this one while entertaining was not as good for me as past books. The reason this was only a 3 star read for me was because I didn't feel the lov...

    Wow, D.B. Reynolds really phoned this one in. I'm SO disappointed. I've read the entire Vampires in America series, and I've enjoyed every one, but this one... I almost have no words. I need to address her complete lack of historical accuracy first as that bothered me immensely...

    3 Vampire Lord of Ireland Stars!! It seriously pains me to give a three star rating to a book in one of my favorite series (first time ever!) but, I must admit I'm just a wee bit disappointed in this much anticipated book. It was good but I found it lacking in the romance depart...

    I have to admit, I'm a little disappointed in Quinn's book. It was good but lacking in the romance department. One of my biggest draws to vampire books is the mate aspect to the story. You do get that, but it's muted by Quinn's destiny to become a vampire Lord. We get to see how Qui...

    2.5 stars Quinn is book 12 in the Vampires in America series. I have been a huge fan of this series for many years, so it pains me to give this book such a low rating. I honestly didn't like it at all. I found the first 70% of this book very boring and the romance totally lacking. I...

  • MostlyDelores
    May 23, 2018

    3 Where is the love Stars *Mild Spoilers I love the Vampires in America series. I adore almost anything D.B. Reynolds writes, but this one while entertaining was not as good for me as past books. The reason this was only a 3 star read for me was because I didn't feel the lov...

    Wow, D.B. Reynolds really phoned this one in. I'm SO disappointed. I've read the entire Vampires in America series, and I've enjoyed every one, but this one... I almost have no words. I need to address her complete lack of historical accuracy first as that bothered me immensely...

    3 Vampire Lord of Ireland Stars!! It seriously pains me to give a three star rating to a book in one of my favorite series (first time ever!) but, I must admit I'm just a wee bit disappointed in this much anticipated book. It was good but I found it lacking in the romance depart...

    I have to admit, I'm a little disappointed in Quinn's book. It was good but lacking in the romance department. One of my biggest draws to vampire books is the mate aspect to the story. You do get that, but it's muted by Quinn's destiny to become a vampire Lord. We get to see how Qui...

    2.5 stars Quinn is book 12 in the Vampires in America series. I have been a huge fan of this series for many years, so it pains me to give this book such a low rating. I honestly didn't like it at all. I found the first 70% of this book very boring and the romance totally lacking. I...

    Why??? You all know how much I love Vampires in America... So why???? Why have Ms. Reynolds did this to me? The heroine here was supposed to be a vampire killer for revenge, but she didn't kill only vampires who deserved it. No, Sir! She killed every vampire she could get her ...

    Four and a half This series is simply fabulous and its characters always dig deep into my heart. Here we have Quinn arriving in Ireland and determined to become it's Vampire Lord. He has the blessing of Raphael and apparently the backing of Lucas but Quinn understands the nature of al...

    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 ...

    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 commercia...

  • Eva Millien
    Apr 22, 2018

    3 Where is the love Stars *Mild Spoilers I love the Vampires in America series. I adore almost anything D.B. Reynolds writes, but this one while entertaining was not as good for me as past books. The reason this was only a 3 star read for me was because I didn't feel the lov...

    Wow, D.B. Reynolds really phoned this one in. I'm SO disappointed. I've read the entire Vampires in America series, and I've enjoyed every one, but this one... I almost have no words. I need to address her complete lack of historical accuracy first as that bothered me immensely...

    3 Vampire Lord of Ireland Stars!! It seriously pains me to give a three star rating to a book in one of my favorite series (first time ever!) but, I must admit I'm just a wee bit disappointed in this much anticipated book. It was good but I found it lacking in the romance depart...

    I have to admit, I'm a little disappointed in Quinn's book. It was good but lacking in the romance department. One of my biggest draws to vampire books is the mate aspect to the story. You do get that, but it's muted by Quinn's destiny to become a vampire Lord. We get to see how Qui...

    2.5 stars Quinn is book 12 in the Vampires in America series. I have been a huge fan of this series for many years, so it pains me to give this book such a low rating. I honestly didn't like it at all. I found the first 70% of this book very boring and the romance totally lacking. I...

    Why??? You all know how much I love Vampires in America... So why???? Why have Ms. Reynolds did this to me? The heroine here was supposed to be a vampire killer for revenge, but she didn't kill only vampires who deserved it. No, Sir! She killed every vampire she could get her ...

    Four and a half This series is simply fabulous and its characters always dig deep into my heart. Here we have Quinn arriving in Ireland and determined to become it's Vampire Lord. He has the blessing of Raphael and apparently the backing of Lucas but Quinn understands the nature of al...

    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 ...

    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 commercia...

    I really wanted to love this book. Sadly it was a dull, predictable & uninspiring read. 2 stars ...

    This was my least favorite book in this series, it felt disjointed and phoned in, especially with the romance. There really wasn?t much romance to speak of, they basically go from screwing to suddenly in love very quickly and unbelievably. The heroine was pretty frustrating and annoy...

    I needed some D.B. Reynold in my life. I could live in her world forever. Review to come :) ...

    3.5 Stars. Far from my favorite read in the series. Just some random thoughts?in the early parts, the book was talky and there was not a lot of action. The flashbacks every other chapter stopped the storyline cold. It was interesting learning Quinn?s past and how he became a vampir...

    I really, really disliked Eve. She's looking for revenge against the species that killed her brother, but in reality she's nothing more than a psychopathic serial killer who sees all vampires as non-entities. She's also a thief, she has no problems taking the dead vampires' money becau...

    Waiting for safety info If she goes back to her possessive vampire males. If not, I?m finally out. ...

    The Delight Hot vampire lords and feisty heroines inhabit this fascinating world that D.B. Reynolds has written and I?m addicted to the whole series. Review Eve Connelly is an Irish redhead with the temperment that seems to go with it. In this case, she deserves to be angry af...

    I think Quinn has been my least favorite H in this series so far. We didn't get much info in terms of the over-arching series plot and just a tinie-tiny glimps of the next book's H. So I hope that there's a Raph & Cin novella in between this and the next full length book to help th...

    Two prefaces to this review. First, I was given this novel by Netgalley in exchange for an Honest review. Second, I also purchased this novel as I have all D.B. Reynolds novels whether given them by Netgalley or the author. I adore the author and adore this series..Raphael is MY #1 boo...

    I love this series but not this book. It pains me to give a book in the Vampire in America series only two stars but this one just didn't work for me. Quinn and Eve don't spend much time together in this book and quite frankly I was given the impression for most of the book that Quinn ...

    This review was originally posted on Addicted To RomanceI received this book for free from ImaJinn Books in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. I have always been a big fan of D.B. Reynolds and most especially her V...

    Quinn is the continuation of the storyline of Raphael and the American vampires moving to take over Europe. Ireland is the foothold to begin that coup, and Quinn Kavanaugh, an Irish American vampire, is tasked with overthrowing the current Lord of Ireland. Each book in the series, whil...

    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 st...

    The Vampire Wars are getting more exciting as the American Vampires expand their reach and bring the fight to Ireland. Quinn and Eve are strong, compelling characters that have an undeniably sizzling chemistry that has sparks flying in every direction along with some snarky dialogu...

  • Mei
    May 09, 2018

    3 Where is the love Stars *Mild Spoilers I love the Vampires in America series. I adore almost anything D.B. Reynolds writes, but this one while entertaining was not as good for me as past books. The reason this was only a 3 star read for me was because I didn't feel the lov...

    Wow, D.B. Reynolds really phoned this one in. I'm SO disappointed. I've read the entire Vampires in America series, and I've enjoyed every one, but this one... I almost have no words. I need to address her complete lack of historical accuracy first as that bothered me immensely...

    3 Vampire Lord of Ireland Stars!! It seriously pains me to give a three star rating to a book in one of my favorite series (first time ever!) but, I must admit I'm just a wee bit disappointed in this much anticipated book. It was good but I found it lacking in the romance depart...

    I have to admit, I'm a little disappointed in Quinn's book. It was good but lacking in the romance department. One of my biggest draws to vampire books is the mate aspect to the story. You do get that, but it's muted by Quinn's destiny to become a vampire Lord. We get to see how Qui...

    2.5 stars Quinn is book 12 in the Vampires in America series. I have been a huge fan of this series for many years, so it pains me to give this book such a low rating. I honestly didn't like it at all. I found the first 70% of this book very boring and the romance totally lacking. I...

    Why??? You all know how much I love Vampires in America... So why???? Why have Ms. Reynolds did this to me? The heroine here was supposed to be a vampire killer for revenge, but she didn't kill only vampires who deserved it. No, Sir! She killed every vampire she could get her ...

  • Llaph | No Frill | No Shill
    May 13, 2018

    3 Where is the love Stars *Mild Spoilers I love the Vampires in America series. I adore almost anything D.B. Reynolds writes, but this one while entertaining was not as good for me as past books. The reason this was only a 3 star read for me was because I didn't feel the lov...

    Wow, D.B. Reynolds really phoned this one in. I'm SO disappointed. I've read the entire Vampires in America series, and I've enjoyed every one, but this one... I almost have no words. I need to address her complete lack of historical accuracy first as that bothered me immensely...

    3 Vampire Lord of Ireland Stars!! It seriously pains me to give a three star rating to a book in one of my favorite series (first time ever!) but, I must admit I'm just a wee bit disappointed in this much anticipated book. It was good but I found it lacking in the romance depart...

    I have to admit, I'm a little disappointed in Quinn's book. It was good but lacking in the romance department. One of my biggest draws to vampire books is the mate aspect to the story. You do get that, but it's muted by Quinn's destiny to become a vampire Lord. We get to see how Qui...

    2.5 stars Quinn is book 12 in the Vampires in America series. I have been a huge fan of this series for many years, so it pains me to give this book such a low rating. I honestly didn't like it at all. I found the first 70% of this book very boring and the romance totally lacking. I...

    Why??? You all know how much I love Vampires in America... So why???? Why have Ms. Reynolds did this to me? The heroine here was supposed to be a vampire killer for revenge, but she didn't kill only vampires who deserved it. No, Sir! She killed every vampire she could get her ...

    Four and a half This series is simply fabulous and its characters always dig deep into my heart. Here we have Quinn arriving in Ireland and determined to become it's Vampire Lord. He has the blessing of Raphael and apparently the backing of Lucas but Quinn understands the nature of al...

    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 ...

    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 commercia...

    I really wanted to love this book. Sadly it was a dull, predictable & uninspiring read. 2 stars ...

    This was my least favorite book in this series, it felt disjointed and phoned in, especially with the romance. There really wasn?t much romance to speak of, they basically go from screwing to suddenly in love very quickly and unbelievably. The heroine was pretty frustrating and annoy...

    I needed some D.B. Reynold in my life. I could live in her world forever. Review to come :) ...

    3.5 Stars. Far from my favorite read in the series. Just some random thoughts?in the early parts, the book was talky and there was not a lot of action. The flashbacks every other chapter stopped the storyline cold. It was interesting learning Quinn?s past and how he became a vampir...

    I really, really disliked Eve. She's looking for revenge against the species that killed her brother, but in reality she's nothing more than a psychopathic serial killer who sees all vampires as non-entities. She's also a thief, she has no problems taking the dead vampires' money becau...

    Waiting for safety info If she goes back to her possessive vampire males. If not, I?m finally out. ...

    The Delight Hot vampire lords and feisty heroines inhabit this fascinating world that D.B. Reynolds has written and I?m addicted to the whole series. Review Eve Connelly is an Irish redhead with the temperment that seems to go with it. In this case, she deserves to be angry af...

    I think Quinn has been my least favorite H in this series so far. We didn't get much info in terms of the over-arching series plot and just a tinie-tiny glimps of the next book's H. So I hope that there's a Raph & Cin novella in between this and the next full length book to help th...

    Two prefaces to this review. First, I was given this novel by Netgalley in exchange for an Honest review. Second, I also purchased this novel as I have all D.B. Reynolds novels whether given them by Netgalley or the author. I adore the author and adore this series..Raphael is MY #1 boo...

    I love this series but not this book. It pains me to give a book in the Vampire in America series only two stars but this one just didn't work for me. Quinn and Eve don't spend much time together in this book and quite frankly I was given the impression for most of the book that Quinn ...

    This review was originally posted on Addicted To RomanceI received this book for free from ImaJinn Books in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. I have always been a big fan of D.B. Reynolds and most especially her V...

    Quinn is the continuation of the storyline of Raphael and the American vampires moving to take over Europe. Ireland is the foothold to begin that coup, and Quinn Kavanaugh, an Irish American vampire, is tasked with overthrowing the current Lord of Ireland. Each book in the series, whil...

    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 st...

    The Vampire Wars are getting more exciting as the American Vampires expand their reach and bring the fight to Ireland. Quinn and Eve are strong, compelling characters that have an undeniably sizzling chemistry that has sparks flying in every direction along with some snarky dialogu...

    I am going to give this installment a 3.5. This is one of those books where I came away not loving it, but not hating it either. Don't get me wrong, I actually really liked Quinn & Eve but I honestly never felt very connected to them as a couple. With Cyn and Raphael I could fee...

    I?ve been a fan of this series for as long as I can remember. I?ve pretty much pre-ordered every book since like book 6 or 7 I believe. I had to catch up since I didn?t start reading it when the first book came out. I have read each book more than once, a few more than just a f...

  • Lorna
    Apr 29, 2018

    3 Where is the love Stars *Mild Spoilers I love the Vampires in America series. I adore almost anything D.B. Reynolds writes, but this one while entertaining was not as good for me as past books. The reason this was only a 3 star read for me was because I didn't feel the lov...

    Wow, D.B. Reynolds really phoned this one in. I'm SO disappointed. I've read the entire Vampires in America series, and I've enjoyed every one, but this one... I almost have no words. I need to address her complete lack of historical accuracy first as that bothered me immensely...

    3 Vampire Lord of Ireland Stars!! It seriously pains me to give a three star rating to a book in one of my favorite series (first time ever!) but, I must admit I'm just a wee bit disappointed in this much anticipated book. It was good but I found it lacking in the romance depart...

    I have to admit, I'm a little disappointed in Quinn's book. It was good but lacking in the romance department. One of my biggest draws to vampire books is the mate aspect to the story. You do get that, but it's muted by Quinn's destiny to become a vampire Lord. We get to see how Qui...

    2.5 stars Quinn is book 12 in the Vampires in America series. I have been a huge fan of this series for many years, so it pains me to give this book such a low rating. I honestly didn't like it at all. I found the first 70% of this book very boring and the romance totally lacking. I...

    Why??? You all know how much I love Vampires in America... So why???? Why have Ms. Reynolds did this to me? The heroine here was supposed to be a vampire killer for revenge, but she didn't kill only vampires who deserved it. No, Sir! She killed every vampire she could get her ...

    Four and a half This series is simply fabulous and its characters always dig deep into my heart. Here we have Quinn arriving in Ireland and determined to become it's Vampire Lord. He has the blessing of Raphael and apparently the backing of Lucas but Quinn understands the nature of al...

    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 ...

    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 commercia...

    I really wanted to love this book. Sadly it was a dull, predictable & uninspiring read. 2 stars ...

    This was my least favorite book in this series, it felt disjointed and phoned in, especially with the romance. There really wasn?t much romance to speak of, they basically go from screwing to suddenly in love very quickly and unbelievably. The heroine was pretty frustrating and annoy...

    I needed some D.B. Reynold in my life. I could live in her world forever. Review to come :) ...

    3.5 Stars. Far from my favorite read in the series. Just some random thoughts?in the early parts, the book was talky and there was not a lot of action. The flashbacks every other chapter stopped the storyline cold. It was interesting learning Quinn?s past and how he became a vampir...

    I really, really disliked Eve. She's looking for revenge against the species that killed her brother, but in reality she's nothing more than a psychopathic serial killer who sees all vampires as non-entities. She's also a thief, she has no problems taking the dead vampires' money becau...

    Waiting for safety info If she goes back to her possessive vampire males. If not, I?m finally out. ...

    The Delight Hot vampire lords and feisty heroines inhabit this fascinating world that D.B. Reynolds has written and I?m addicted to the whole series. Review Eve Connelly is an Irish redhead with the temperment that seems to go with it. In this case, she deserves to be angry af...

  • Shari Kay
    Feb 24, 2018

    3 Where is the love Stars *Mild Spoilers I love the Vampires in America series. I adore almost anything D.B. Reynolds writes, but this one while entertaining was not as good for me as past books. The reason this was only a 3 star read for me was because I didn't feel the lov...

    Wow, D.B. Reynolds really phoned this one in. I'm SO disappointed. I've read the entire Vampires in America series, and I've enjoyed every one, but this one... I almost have no words. I need to address her complete lack of historical accuracy first as that bothered me immensely...

    3 Vampire Lord of Ireland Stars!! It seriously pains me to give a three star rating to a book in one of my favorite series (first time ever!) but, I must admit I'm just a wee bit disappointed in this much anticipated book. It was good but I found it lacking in the romance depart...

    I have to admit, I'm a little disappointed in Quinn's book. It was good but lacking in the romance department. One of my biggest draws to vampire books is the mate aspect to the story. You do get that, but it's muted by Quinn's destiny to become a vampire Lord. We get to see how Qui...

    2.5 stars Quinn is book 12 in the Vampires in America series. I have been a huge fan of this series for many years, so it pains me to give this book such a low rating. I honestly didn't like it at all. I found the first 70% of this book very boring and the romance totally lacking. I...

    Why??? You all know how much I love Vampires in America... So why???? Why have Ms. Reynolds did this to me? The heroine here was supposed to be a vampire killer for revenge, but she didn't kill only vampires who deserved it. No, Sir! She killed every vampire she could get her ...

    Four and a half This series is simply fabulous and its characters always dig deep into my heart. Here we have Quinn arriving in Ireland and determined to become it's Vampire Lord. He has the blessing of Raphael and apparently the backing of Lucas but Quinn understands the nature of al...

    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 ...

    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 commercia...

    I really wanted to love this book. Sadly it was a dull, predictable & uninspiring read. 2 stars ...

    This was my least favorite book in this series, it felt disjointed and phoned in, especially with the romance. There really wasn?t much romance to speak of, they basically go from screwing to suddenly in love very quickly and unbelievably. The heroine was pretty frustrating and annoy...

    I needed some D.B. Reynold in my life. I could live in her world forever. Review to come :) ...

    3.5 Stars. Far from my favorite read in the series. Just some random thoughts?in the early parts, the book was talky and there was not a lot of action. The flashbacks every other chapter stopped the storyline cold. It was interesting learning Quinn?s past and how he became a vampir...

    I really, really disliked Eve. She's looking for revenge against the species that killed her brother, but in reality she's nothing more than a psychopathic serial killer who sees all vampires as non-entities. She's also a thief, she has no problems taking the dead vampires' money becau...

    Waiting for safety info If she goes back to her possessive vampire males. If not, I?m finally out. ...

  • Katrina
    May 11, 2018

    3 Where is the love Stars *Mild Spoilers I love the Vampires in America series. I adore almost anything D.B. Reynolds writes, but this one while entertaining was not as good for me as past books. The reason this was only a 3 star read for me was because I didn't feel the lov...

    Wow, D.B. Reynolds really phoned this one in. I'm SO disappointed. I've read the entire Vampires in America series, and I've enjoyed every one, but this one... I almost have no words. I need to address her complete lack of historical accuracy first as that bothered me immensely...

    3 Vampire Lord of Ireland Stars!! It seriously pains me to give a three star rating to a book in one of my favorite series (first time ever!) but, I must admit I'm just a wee bit disappointed in this much anticipated book. It was good but I found it lacking in the romance depart...

    I have to admit, I'm a little disappointed in Quinn's book. It was good but lacking in the romance department. One of my biggest draws to vampire books is the mate aspect to the story. You do get that, but it's muted by Quinn's destiny to become a vampire Lord. We get to see how Qui...

    2.5 stars Quinn is book 12 in the Vampires in America series. I have been a huge fan of this series for many years, so it pains me to give this book such a low rating. I honestly didn't like it at all. I found the first 70% of this book very boring and the romance totally lacking. I...

    Why??? You all know how much I love Vampires in America... So why???? Why have Ms. Reynolds did this to me? The heroine here was supposed to be a vampire killer for revenge, but she didn't kill only vampires who deserved it. No, Sir! She killed every vampire she could get her ...

    Four and a half This series is simply fabulous and its characters always dig deep into my heart. Here we have Quinn arriving in Ireland and determined to become it's Vampire Lord. He has the blessing of Raphael and apparently the backing of Lucas but Quinn understands the nature of al...

    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 ...

    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 commercia...

    I really wanted to love this book. Sadly it was a dull, predictable & uninspiring read. 2 stars ...

    This was my least favorite book in this series, it felt disjointed and phoned in, especially with the romance. There really wasn?t much romance to speak of, they basically go from screwing to suddenly in love very quickly and unbelievably. The heroine was pretty frustrating and annoy...

    I needed some D.B. Reynold in my life. I could live in her world forever. Review to come :) ...

    3.5 Stars. Far from my favorite read in the series. Just some random thoughts?in the early parts, the book was talky and there was not a lot of action. The flashbacks every other chapter stopped the storyline cold. It was interesting learning Quinn?s past and how he became a vampir...

    I really, really disliked Eve. She's looking for revenge against the species that killed her brother, but in reality she's nothing more than a psychopathic serial killer who sees all vampires as non-entities. She's also a thief, she has no problems taking the dead vampires' money becau...

    Waiting for safety info If she goes back to her possessive vampire males. If not, I?m finally out. ...

    The Delight Hot vampire lords and feisty heroines inhabit this fascinating world that D.B. Reynolds has written and I?m addicted to the whole series. Review Eve Connelly is an Irish redhead with the temperment that seems to go with it. In this case, she deserves to be angry af...

    I think Quinn has been my least favorite H in this series so far. We didn't get much info in terms of the over-arching series plot and just a tinie-tiny glimps of the next book's H. So I hope that there's a Raph & Cin novella in between this and the next full length book to help th...

    Two prefaces to this review. First, I was given this novel by Netgalley in exchange for an Honest review. Second, I also purchased this novel as I have all D.B. Reynolds novels whether given them by Netgalley or the author. I adore the author and adore this series..Raphael is MY #1 boo...

    I love this series but not this book. It pains me to give a book in the Vampire in America series only two stars but this one just didn't work for me. Quinn and Eve don't spend much time together in this book and quite frankly I was given the impression for most of the book that Quinn ...

    This review was originally posted on Addicted To RomanceI received this book for free from ImaJinn Books in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. I have always been a big fan of D.B. Reynolds and most especially her V...

    Quinn is the continuation of the storyline of Raphael and the American vampires moving to take over Europe. Ireland is the foothold to begin that coup, and Quinn Kavanaugh, an Irish American vampire, is tasked with overthrowing the current Lord of Ireland. Each book in the series, whil...

    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 st...

    The Vampire Wars are getting more exciting as the American Vampires expand their reach and bring the fight to Ireland. Quinn and Eve are strong, compelling characters that have an undeniably sizzling chemistry that has sparks flying in every direction along with some snarky dialogu...

    I am going to give this installment a 3.5. This is one of those books where I came away not loving it, but not hating it either. Don't get me wrong, I actually really liked Quinn & Eve but I honestly never felt very connected to them as a couple. With Cyn and Raphael I could fee...

    I?ve been a fan of this series for as long as I can remember. I?ve pretty much pre-ordered every book since like book 6 or 7 I believe. I had to catch up since I didn?t start reading it when the first book came out. I have read each book more than once, a few more than just a f...

    Hmmm. LOVE Vampires in America series, but not feeling the love for this one. There was just something missing , something too bland about it . Also , as a couple, I did not find Quinn and Eva interesting enough or romantic enough to become invested in them . In comparison to the pre...

  • Heather K (dentist in my spare time)
    May 16, 2018

    3 Where is the love Stars *Mild Spoilers I love the Vampires in America series. I adore almost anything D.B. Reynolds writes, but this one while entertaining was not as good for me as past books. The reason this was only a 3 star read for me was because I didn't feel the lov...

    Wow, D.B. Reynolds really phoned this one in. I'm SO disappointed. I've read the entire Vampires in America series, and I've enjoyed every one, but this one... I almost have no words. I need to address her complete lack of historical accuracy first as that bothered me immensely...

  • Marta Cox
    Apr 11, 2018

    3 Where is the love Stars *Mild Spoilers I love the Vampires in America series. I adore almost anything D.B. Reynolds writes, but this one while entertaining was not as good for me as past books. The reason this was only a 3 star read for me was because I didn't feel the lov...

    Wow, D.B. Reynolds really phoned this one in. I'm SO disappointed. I've read the entire Vampires in America series, and I've enjoyed every one, but this one... I almost have no words. I need to address her complete lack of historical accuracy first as that bothered me immensely...

    3 Vampire Lord of Ireland Stars!! It seriously pains me to give a three star rating to a book in one of my favorite series (first time ever!) but, I must admit I'm just a wee bit disappointed in this much anticipated book. It was good but I found it lacking in the romance depart...

    I have to admit, I'm a little disappointed in Quinn's book. It was good but lacking in the romance department. One of my biggest draws to vampire books is the mate aspect to the story. You do get that, but it's muted by Quinn's destiny to become a vampire Lord. We get to see how Qui...

    2.5 stars Quinn is book 12 in the Vampires in America series. I have been a huge fan of this series for many years, so it pains me to give this book such a low rating. I honestly didn't like it at all. I found the first 70% of this book very boring and the romance totally lacking. I...

    Why??? You all know how much I love Vampires in America... So why???? Why have Ms. Reynolds did this to me? The heroine here was supposed to be a vampire killer for revenge, but she didn't kill only vampires who deserved it. No, Sir! She killed every vampire she could get her ...

    Four and a half This series is simply fabulous and its characters always dig deep into my heart. Here we have Quinn arriving in Ireland and determined to become it's Vampire Lord. He has the blessing of Raphael and apparently the backing of Lucas but Quinn understands the nature of al...

  • Linda
    Apr 23, 2018

    3 Where is the love Stars *Mild Spoilers I love the Vampires in America series. I adore almost anything D.B. Reynolds writes, but this one while entertaining was not as good for me as past books. The reason this was only a 3 star read for me was because I didn't feel the lov...

    Wow, D.B. Reynolds really phoned this one in. I'm SO disappointed. I've read the entire Vampires in America series, and I've enjoyed every one, but this one... I almost have no words. I need to address her complete lack of historical accuracy first as that bothered me immensely...

    3 Vampire Lord of Ireland Stars!! It seriously pains me to give a three star rating to a book in one of my favorite series (first time ever!) but, I must admit I'm just a wee bit disappointed in this much anticipated book. It was good but I found it lacking in the romance depart...

    I have to admit, I'm a little disappointed in Quinn's book. It was good but lacking in the romance department. One of my biggest draws to vampire books is the mate aspect to the story. You do get that, but it's muted by Quinn's destiny to become a vampire Lord. We get to see how Qui...

    2.5 stars Quinn is book 12 in the Vampires in America series. I have been a huge fan of this series for many years, so it pains me to give this book such a low rating. I honestly didn't like it at all. I found the first 70% of this book very boring and the romance totally lacking. I...

    Why??? You all know how much I love Vampires in America... So why???? Why have Ms. Reynolds did this to me? The heroine here was supposed to be a vampire killer for revenge, but she didn't kill only vampires who deserved it. No, Sir! She killed every vampire she could get her ...

    Four and a half This series is simply fabulous and its characters always dig deep into my heart. Here we have Quinn arriving in Ireland and determined to become it's Vampire Lord. He has the blessing of Raphael and apparently the backing of Lucas but Quinn understands the nature of al...

    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 ...

    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 commercia...

    I really wanted to love this book. Sadly it was a dull, predictable & uninspiring read. 2 stars ...

    This was my least favorite book in this series, it felt disjointed and phoned in, especially with the romance. There really wasn?t much romance to speak of, they basically go from screwing to suddenly in love very quickly and unbelievably. The heroine was pretty frustrating and annoy...

    I needed some D.B. Reynold in my life. I could live in her world forever. Review to come :) ...

    3.5 Stars. Far from my favorite read in the series. Just some random thoughts?in the early parts, the book was talky and there was not a lot of action. The flashbacks every other chapter stopped the storyline cold. It was interesting learning Quinn?s past and how he became a vampir...

    I really, really disliked Eve. She's looking for revenge against the species that killed her brother, but in reality she's nothing more than a psychopathic serial killer who sees all vampires as non-entities. She's also a thief, she has no problems taking the dead vampires' money becau...

    Waiting for safety info If she goes back to her possessive vampire males. If not, I?m finally out. ...

    The Delight Hot vampire lords and feisty heroines inhabit this fascinating world that D.B. Reynolds has written and I?m addicted to the whole series. Review Eve Connelly is an Irish redhead with the temperment that seems to go with it. In this case, she deserves to be angry af...

    I think Quinn has been my least favorite H in this series so far. We didn't get much info in terms of the over-arching series plot and just a tinie-tiny glimps of the next book's H. So I hope that there's a Raph & Cin novella in between this and the next full length book to help th...

    Two prefaces to this review. First, I was given this novel by Netgalley in exchange for an Honest review. Second, I also purchased this novel as I have all D.B. Reynolds novels whether given them by Netgalley or the author. I adore the author and adore this series..Raphael is MY #1 boo...

    I love this series but not this book. It pains me to give a book in the Vampire in America series only two stars but this one just didn't work for me. Quinn and Eve don't spend much time together in this book and quite frankly I was given the impression for most of the book that Quinn ...

    This review was originally posted on Addicted To RomanceI received this book for free from ImaJinn Books in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. I have always been a big fan of D.B. Reynolds and most especially her V...

    Quinn is the continuation of the storyline of Raphael and the American vampires moving to take over Europe. Ireland is the foothold to begin that coup, and Quinn Kavanaugh, an Irish American vampire, is tasked with overthrowing the current Lord of Ireland. Each book in the series, whil...

  • Jeanny
    Apr 30, 2018

    3 Where is the love Stars *Mild Spoilers I love the Vampires in America series. I adore almost anything D.B. Reynolds writes, but this one while entertaining was not as good for me as past books. The reason this was only a 3 star read for me was because I didn't feel the lov...

    Wow, D.B. Reynolds really phoned this one in. I'm SO disappointed. I've read the entire Vampires in America series, and I've enjoyed every one, but this one... I almost have no words. I need to address her complete lack of historical accuracy first as that bothered me immensely...

    3 Vampire Lord of Ireland Stars!! It seriously pains me to give a three star rating to a book in one of my favorite series (first time ever!) but, I must admit I'm just a wee bit disappointed in this much anticipated book. It was good but I found it lacking in the romance depart...

    I have to admit, I'm a little disappointed in Quinn's book. It was good but lacking in the romance department. One of my biggest draws to vampire books is the mate aspect to the story. You do get that, but it's muted by Quinn's destiny to become a vampire Lord. We get to see how Qui...

    2.5 stars Quinn is book 12 in the Vampires in America series. I have been a huge fan of this series for many years, so it pains me to give this book such a low rating. I honestly didn't like it at all. I found the first 70% of this book very boring and the romance totally lacking. I...

    Why??? You all know how much I love Vampires in America... So why???? Why have Ms. Reynolds did this to me? The heroine here was supposed to be a vampire killer for revenge, but she didn't kill only vampires who deserved it. No, Sir! She killed every vampire she could get her ...

    Four and a half This series is simply fabulous and its characters always dig deep into my heart. Here we have Quinn arriving in Ireland and determined to become it's Vampire Lord. He has the blessing of Raphael and apparently the backing of Lucas but Quinn understands the nature of al...

    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 ...

    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 commercia...

    I really wanted to love this book. Sadly it was a dull, predictable & uninspiring read. 2 stars ...

  • Keri
    Apr 07, 2018

    3 Where is the love Stars *Mild Spoilers I love the Vampires in America series. I adore almost anything D.B. Reynolds writes, but this one while entertaining was not as good for me as past books. The reason this was only a 3 star read for me was because I didn't feel the lov...

    Wow, D.B. Reynolds really phoned this one in. I'm SO disappointed. I've read the entire Vampires in America series, and I've enjoyed every one, but this one... I almost have no words. I need to address her complete lack of historical accuracy first as that bothered me immensely...

    3 Vampire Lord of Ireland Stars!! It seriously pains me to give a three star rating to a book in one of my favorite series (first time ever!) but, I must admit I'm just a wee bit disappointed in this much anticipated book. It was good but I found it lacking in the romance depart...

    I have to admit, I'm a little disappointed in Quinn's book. It was good but lacking in the romance department. One of my biggest draws to vampire books is the mate aspect to the story. You do get that, but it's muted by Quinn's destiny to become a vampire Lord. We get to see how Qui...

    2.5 stars Quinn is book 12 in the Vampires in America series. I have been a huge fan of this series for many years, so it pains me to give this book such a low rating. I honestly didn't like it at all. I found the first 70% of this book very boring and the romance totally lacking. I...

    Why??? You all know how much I love Vampires in America... So why???? Why have Ms. Reynolds did this to me? The heroine here was supposed to be a vampire killer for revenge, but she didn't kill only vampires who deserved it. No, Sir! She killed every vampire she could get her ...

    Four and a half This series is simply fabulous and its characters always dig deep into my heart. Here we have Quinn arriving in Ireland and determined to become it's Vampire Lord. He has the blessing of Raphael and apparently the backing of Lucas but Quinn understands the nature of al...

    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 ...

    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 commercia...

    I really wanted to love this book. Sadly it was a dull, predictable & uninspiring read. 2 stars ...

    This was my least favorite book in this series, it felt disjointed and phoned in, especially with the romance. There really wasn?t much romance to speak of, they basically go from screwing to suddenly in love very quickly and unbelievably. The heroine was pretty frustrating and annoy...

    I needed some D.B. Reynold in my life. I could live in her world forever. Review to come :) ...

    3.5 Stars. Far from my favorite read in the series. Just some random thoughts?in the early parts, the book was talky and there was not a lot of action. The flashbacks every other chapter stopped the storyline cold. It was interesting learning Quinn?s past and how he became a vampir...

    I really, really disliked Eve. She's looking for revenge against the species that killed her brother, but in reality she's nothing more than a psychopathic serial killer who sees all vampires as non-entities. She's also a thief, she has no problems taking the dead vampires' money becau...

    Waiting for safety info If she goes back to her possessive vampire males. If not, I?m finally out. ...

    The Delight Hot vampire lords and feisty heroines inhabit this fascinating world that D.B. Reynolds has written and I?m addicted to the whole series. Review Eve Connelly is an Irish redhead with the temperment that seems to go with it. In this case, she deserves to be angry af...

    I think Quinn has been my least favorite H in this series so far. We didn't get much info in terms of the over-arching series plot and just a tinie-tiny glimps of the next book's H. So I hope that there's a Raph & Cin novella in between this and the next full length book to help th...

    Two prefaces to this review. First, I was given this novel by Netgalley in exchange for an Honest review. Second, I also purchased this novel as I have all D.B. Reynolds novels whether given them by Netgalley or the author. I adore the author and adore this series..Raphael is MY #1 boo...

    I love this series but not this book. It pains me to give a book in the Vampire in America series only two stars but this one just didn't work for me. Quinn and Eve don't spend much time together in this book and quite frankly I was given the impression for most of the book that Quinn ...

    This review was originally posted on Addicted To RomanceI received this book for free from ImaJinn Books in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. I have always been a big fan of D.B. Reynolds and most especially her V...

    Quinn is the continuation of the storyline of Raphael and the American vampires moving to take over Europe. Ireland is the foothold to begin that coup, and Quinn Kavanaugh, an Irish American vampire, is tasked with overthrowing the current Lord of Ireland. Each book in the series, whil...

    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 st...

    The Vampire Wars are getting more exciting as the American Vampires expand their reach and bring the fight to Ireland. Quinn and Eve are strong, compelling characters that have an undeniably sizzling chemistry that has sparks flying in every direction along with some snarky dialogu...

    I am going to give this installment a 3.5. This is one of those books where I came away not loving it, but not hating it either. Don't get me wrong, I actually really liked Quinn & Eve but I honestly never felt very connected to them as a couple. With Cyn and Raphael I could fee...

    I?ve been a fan of this series for as long as I can remember. I?ve pretty much pre-ordered every book since like book 6 or 7 I believe. I had to catch up since I didn?t start reading it when the first book came out. I have read each book more than once, a few more than just a f...

    Hmmm. LOVE Vampires in America series, but not feeling the love for this one. There was just something missing , something too bland about it . Also , as a couple, I did not find Quinn and Eva interesting enough or romantic enough to become invested in them . In comparison to the pre...

    2.5* ...

    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 towar...

  • Jessica's Totally Over The Top Book Obsession
    Apr 24, 2018

    3 Where is the love Stars *Mild Spoilers I love the Vampires in America series. I adore almost anything D.B. Reynolds writes, but this one while entertaining was not as good for me as past books. The reason this was only a 3 star read for me was because I didn't feel the lov...

  • Marishka
    May 03, 2018

    3 Where is the love Stars *Mild Spoilers I love the Vampires in America series. I adore almost anything D.B. Reynolds writes, but this one while entertaining was not as good for me as past books. The reason this was only a 3 star read for me was because I didn't feel the lov...

    Wow, D.B. Reynolds really phoned this one in. I'm SO disappointed. I've read the entire Vampires in America series, and I've enjoyed every one, but this one... I almost have no words. I need to address her complete lack of historical accuracy first as that bothered me immensely...

    3 Vampire Lord of Ireland Stars!! It seriously pains me to give a three star rating to a book in one of my favorite series (first time ever!) but, I must admit I'm just a wee bit disappointed in this much anticipated book. It was good but I found it lacking in the romance depart...

    I have to admit, I'm a little disappointed in Quinn's book. It was good but lacking in the romance department. One of my biggest draws to vampire books is the mate aspect to the story. You do get that, but it's muted by Quinn's destiny to become a vampire Lord. We get to see how Qui...

    2.5 stars Quinn is book 12 in the Vampires in America series. I have been a huge fan of this series for many years, so it pains me to give this book such a low rating. I honestly didn't like it at all. I found the first 70% of this book very boring and the romance totally lacking. I...

    Why??? You all know how much I love Vampires in America... So why???? Why have Ms. Reynolds did this to me? The heroine here was supposed to be a vampire killer for revenge, but she didn't kill only vampires who deserved it. No, Sir! She killed every vampire she could get her ...

    Four and a half This series is simply fabulous and its characters always dig deep into my heart. Here we have Quinn arriving in Ireland and determined to become it's Vampire Lord. He has the blessing of Raphael and apparently the backing of Lucas but Quinn understands the nature of al...

    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 ...

    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 commercia...

    I really wanted to love this book. Sadly it was a dull, predictable & uninspiring read. 2 stars ...

    This was my least favorite book in this series, it felt disjointed and phoned in, especially with the romance. There really wasn?t much romance to speak of, they basically go from screwing to suddenly in love very quickly and unbelievably. The heroine was pretty frustrating and annoy...

    I needed some D.B. Reynold in my life. I could live in her world forever. Review to come :) ...

    3.5 Stars. Far from my favorite read in the series. Just some random thoughts?in the early parts, the book was talky and there was not a lot of action. The flashbacks every other chapter stopped the storyline cold. It was interesting learning Quinn?s past and how he became a vampir...

    I really, really disliked Eve. She's looking for revenge against the species that killed her brother, but in reality she's nothing more than a psychopathic serial killer who sees all vampires as non-entities. She's also a thief, she has no problems taking the dead vampires' money becau...

    Waiting for safety info If she goes back to her possessive vampire males. If not, I?m finally out. ...

    The Delight Hot vampire lords and feisty heroines inhabit this fascinating world that D.B. Reynolds has written and I?m addicted to the whole series. Review Eve Connelly is an Irish redhead with the temperment that seems to go with it. In this case, she deserves to be angry af...

    I think Quinn has been my least favorite H in this series so far. We didn't get much info in terms of the over-arching series plot and just a tinie-tiny glimps of the next book's H. So I hope that there's a Raph & Cin novella in between this and the next full length book to help th...

    Two prefaces to this review. First, I was given this novel by Netgalley in exchange for an Honest review. Second, I also purchased this novel as I have all D.B. Reynolds novels whether given them by Netgalley or the author. I adore the author and adore this series..Raphael is MY #1 boo...

    I love this series but not this book. It pains me to give a book in the Vampire in America series only two stars but this one just didn't work for me. Quinn and Eve don't spend much time together in this book and quite frankly I was given the impression for most of the book that Quinn ...

    This review was originally posted on Addicted To RomanceI received this book for free from ImaJinn Books in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. I have always been a big fan of D.B. Reynolds and most especially her V...

    Quinn is the continuation of the storyline of Raphael and the American vampires moving to take over Europe. Ireland is the foothold to begin that coup, and Quinn Kavanaugh, an Irish American vampire, is tasked with overthrowing the current Lord of Ireland. Each book in the series, whil...

    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 st...

  • RachelW (BamaGal)
    Apr 07, 2018

    3 Where is the love Stars *Mild Spoilers I love the Vampires in America series. I adore almost anything D.B. Reynolds writes, but this one while entertaining was not as good for me as past books. The reason this was only a 3 star read for me was because I didn't feel the lov...

    Wow, D.B. Reynolds really phoned this one in. I'm SO disappointed. I've read the entire Vampires in America series, and I've enjoyed every one, but this one... I almost have no words. I need to address her complete lack of historical accuracy first as that bothered me immensely...

    3 Vampire Lord of Ireland Stars!! It seriously pains me to give a three star rating to a book in one of my favorite series (first time ever!) but, I must admit I'm just a wee bit disappointed in this much anticipated book. It was good but I found it lacking in the romance depart...

    I have to admit, I'm a little disappointed in Quinn's book. It was good but lacking in the romance department. One of my biggest draws to vampire books is the mate aspect to the story. You do get that, but it's muted by Quinn's destiny to become a vampire Lord. We get to see how Qui...

    2.5 stars Quinn is book 12 in the Vampires in America series. I have been a huge fan of this series for many years, so it pains me to give this book such a low rating. I honestly didn't like it at all. I found the first 70% of this book very boring and the romance totally lacking. I...

    Why??? You all know how much I love Vampires in America... So why???? Why have Ms. Reynolds did this to me? The heroine here was supposed to be a vampire killer for revenge, but she didn't kill only vampires who deserved it. No, Sir! She killed every vampire she could get her ...

    Four and a half This series is simply fabulous and its characters always dig deep into my heart. Here we have Quinn arriving in Ireland and determined to become it's Vampire Lord. He has the blessing of Raphael and apparently the backing of Lucas but Quinn understands the nature of al...

    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 ...

    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 commercia...

    I really wanted to love this book. Sadly it was a dull, predictable & uninspiring read. 2 stars ...

    This was my least favorite book in this series, it felt disjointed and phoned in, especially with the romance. There really wasn?t much romance to speak of, they basically go from screwing to suddenly in love very quickly and unbelievably. The heroine was pretty frustrating and annoy...

    I needed some D.B. Reynold in my life. I could live in her world forever. Review to come :) ...

    3.5 Stars. Far from my favorite read in the series. Just some random thoughts?in the early parts, the book was talky and there was not a lot of action. The flashbacks every other chapter stopped the storyline cold. It was interesting learning Quinn?s past and how he became a vampir...

  • Danielle Gypsy Soul
    Apr 26, 2018

    3 Where is the love Stars *Mild Spoilers I love the Vampires in America series. I adore almost anything D.B. Reynolds writes, but this one while entertaining was not as good for me as past books. The reason this was only a 3 star read for me was because I didn't feel the lov...

    Wow, D.B. Reynolds really phoned this one in. I'm SO disappointed. I've read the entire Vampires in America series, and I've enjoyed every one, but this one... I almost have no words. I need to address her complete lack of historical accuracy first as that bothered me immensely...

    3 Vampire Lord of Ireland Stars!! It seriously pains me to give a three star rating to a book in one of my favorite series (first time ever!) but, I must admit I'm just a wee bit disappointed in this much anticipated book. It was good but I found it lacking in the romance depart...

    I have to admit, I'm a little disappointed in Quinn's book. It was good but lacking in the romance department. One of my biggest draws to vampire books is the mate aspect to the story. You do get that, but it's muted by Quinn's destiny to become a vampire Lord. We get to see how Qui...

    2.5 stars Quinn is book 12 in the Vampires in America series. I have been a huge fan of this series for many years, so it pains me to give this book such a low rating. I honestly didn't like it at all. I found the first 70% of this book very boring and the romance totally lacking. I...

    Why??? You all know how much I love Vampires in America... So why???? Why have Ms. Reynolds did this to me? The heroine here was supposed to be a vampire killer for revenge, but she didn't kill only vampires who deserved it. No, Sir! She killed every vampire she could get her ...

    Four and a half This series is simply fabulous and its characters always dig deep into my heart. Here we have Quinn arriving in Ireland and determined to become it's Vampire Lord. He has the blessing of Raphael and apparently the backing of Lucas but Quinn understands the nature of al...

    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 ...

    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 commercia...

    I really wanted to love this book. Sadly it was a dull, predictable & uninspiring read. 2 stars ...

    This was my least favorite book in this series, it felt disjointed and phoned in, especially with the romance. There really wasn?t much romance to speak of, they basically go from screwing to suddenly in love very quickly and unbelievably. The heroine was pretty frustrating and annoy...

    I needed some D.B. Reynold in my life. I could live in her world forever. Review to come :) ...

    3.5 Stars. Far from my favorite read in the series. Just some random thoughts?in the early parts, the book was talky and there was not a lot of action. The flashbacks every other chapter stopped the storyline cold. It was interesting learning Quinn?s past and how he became a vampir...

    I really, really disliked Eve. She's looking for revenge against the species that killed her brother, but in reality she's nothing more than a psychopathic serial killer who sees all vampires as non-entities. She's also a thief, she has no problems taking the dead vampires' money becau...

    Waiting for safety info If she goes back to her possessive vampire males. If not, I?m finally out. ...

    The Delight Hot vampire lords and feisty heroines inhabit this fascinating world that D.B. Reynolds has written and I?m addicted to the whole series. Review Eve Connelly is an Irish redhead with the temperment that seems to go with it. In this case, she deserves to be angry af...

    I think Quinn has been my least favorite H in this series so far. We didn't get much info in terms of the over-arching series plot and just a tinie-tiny glimps of the next book's H. So I hope that there's a Raph & Cin novella in between this and the next full length book to help th...

    Two prefaces to this review. First, I was given this novel by Netgalley in exchange for an Honest review. Second, I also purchased this novel as I have all D.B. Reynolds novels whether given them by Netgalley or the author. I adore the author and adore this series..Raphael is MY #1 boo...

    I love this series but not this book. It pains me to give a book in the Vampire in America series only two stars but this one just didn't work for me. Quinn and Eve don't spend much time together in this book and quite frankly I was given the impression for most of the book that Quinn ...

  • Shanna Matheo
    May 29, 2018

    3 Where is the love Stars *Mild Spoilers I love the Vampires in America series. I adore almost anything D.B. Reynolds writes, but this one while entertaining was not as good for me as past books. The reason this was only a 3 star read for me was because I didn't feel the lov...

    Wow, D.B. Reynolds really phoned this one in. I'm SO disappointed. I've read the entire Vampires in America series, and I've enjoyed every one, but this one... I almost have no words. I need to address her complete lack of historical accuracy first as that bothered me immensely...

    3 Vampire Lord of Ireland Stars!! It seriously pains me to give a three star rating to a book in one of my favorite series (first time ever!) but, I must admit I'm just a wee bit disappointed in this much anticipated book. It was good but I found it lacking in the romance depart...

    I have to admit, I'm a little disappointed in Quinn's book. It was good but lacking in the romance department. One of my biggest draws to vampire books is the mate aspect to the story. You do get that, but it's muted by Quinn's destiny to become a vampire Lord. We get to see how Qui...

    2.5 stars Quinn is book 12 in the Vampires in America series. I have been a huge fan of this series for many years, so it pains me to give this book such a low rating. I honestly didn't like it at all. I found the first 70% of this book very boring and the romance totally lacking. I...

    Why??? You all know how much I love Vampires in America... So why???? Why have Ms. Reynolds did this to me? The heroine here was supposed to be a vampire killer for revenge, but she didn't kill only vampires who deserved it. No, Sir! She killed every vampire she could get her ...

    Four and a half This series is simply fabulous and its characters always dig deep into my heart. Here we have Quinn arriving in Ireland and determined to become it's Vampire Lord. He has the blessing of Raphael and apparently the backing of Lucas but Quinn understands the nature of al...

    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 ...

    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 commercia...

    I really wanted to love this book. Sadly it was a dull, predictable & uninspiring read. 2 stars ...

    This was my least favorite book in this series, it felt disjointed and phoned in, especially with the romance. There really wasn?t much romance to speak of, they basically go from screwing to suddenly in love very quickly and unbelievably. The heroine was pretty frustrating and annoy...

    I needed some D.B. Reynold in my life. I could live in her world forever. Review to come :) ...

    3.5 Stars. Far from my favorite read in the series. Just some random thoughts?in the early parts, the book was talky and there was not a lot of action. The flashbacks every other chapter stopped the storyline cold. It was interesting learning Quinn?s past and how he became a vampir...

    I really, really disliked Eve. She's looking for revenge against the species that killed her brother, but in reality she's nothing more than a psychopathic serial killer who sees all vampires as non-entities. She's also a thief, she has no problems taking the dead vampires' money becau...

    Waiting for safety info If she goes back to her possessive vampire males. If not, I?m finally out. ...

    The Delight Hot vampire lords and feisty heroines inhabit this fascinating world that D.B. Reynolds has written and I?m addicted to the whole series. Review Eve Connelly is an Irish redhead with the temperment that seems to go with it. In this case, she deserves to be angry af...

    I think Quinn has been my least favorite H in this series so far. We didn't get much info in terms of the over-arching series plot and just a tinie-tiny glimps of the next book's H. So I hope that there's a Raph & Cin novella in between this and the next full length book to help th...

  • Anne Szlachcic
    Apr 14, 2018

    3 Where is the love Stars *Mild Spoilers I love the Vampires in America series. I adore almost anything D.B. Reynolds writes, but this one while entertaining was not as good for me as past books. The reason this was only a 3 star read for me was because I didn't feel the lov...

    Wow, D.B. Reynolds really phoned this one in. I'm SO disappointed. I've read the entire Vampires in America series, and I've enjoyed every one, but this one... I almost have no words. I need to address her complete lack of historical accuracy first as that bothered me immensely...

    3 Vampire Lord of Ireland Stars!! It seriously pains me to give a three star rating to a book in one of my favorite series (first time ever!) but, I must admit I'm just a wee bit disappointed in this much anticipated book. It was good but I found it lacking in the romance depart...

    I have to admit, I'm a little disappointed in Quinn's book. It was good but lacking in the romance department. One of my biggest draws to vampire books is the mate aspect to the story. You do get that, but it's muted by Quinn's destiny to become a vampire Lord. We get to see how Qui...

    2.5 stars Quinn is book 12 in the Vampires in America series. I have been a huge fan of this series for many years, so it pains me to give this book such a low rating. I honestly didn't like it at all. I found the first 70% of this book very boring and the romance totally lacking. I...

    Why??? You all know how much I love Vampires in America... So why???? Why have Ms. Reynolds did this to me? The heroine here was supposed to be a vampire killer for revenge, but she didn't kill only vampires who deserved it. No, Sir! She killed every vampire she could get her ...

    Four and a half This series is simply fabulous and its characters always dig deep into my heart. Here we have Quinn arriving in Ireland and determined to become it's Vampire Lord. He has the blessing of Raphael and apparently the backing of Lucas but Quinn understands the nature of al...

    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 ...

    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 commercia...

    I really wanted to love this book. Sadly it was a dull, predictable & uninspiring read. 2 stars ...

    This was my least favorite book in this series, it felt disjointed and phoned in, especially with the romance. There really wasn?t much romance to speak of, they basically go from screwing to suddenly in love very quickly and unbelievably. The heroine was pretty frustrating and annoy...

    I needed some D.B. Reynold in my life. I could live in her world forever. Review to come :) ...

    3.5 Stars. Far from my favorite read in the series. Just some random thoughts?in the early parts, the book was talky and there was not a lot of action. The flashbacks every other chapter stopped the storyline cold. It was interesting learning Quinn?s past and how he became a vampir...

    I really, really disliked Eve. She's looking for revenge against the species that killed her brother, but in reality she's nothing more than a psychopathic serial killer who sees all vampires as non-entities. She's also a thief, she has no problems taking the dead vampires' money becau...

    Waiting for safety info If she goes back to her possessive vampire males. If not, I?m finally out. ...

    The Delight Hot vampire lords and feisty heroines inhabit this fascinating world that D.B. Reynolds has written and I?m addicted to the whole series. Review Eve Connelly is an Irish redhead with the temperment that seems to go with it. In this case, she deserves to be angry af...

    I think Quinn has been my least favorite H in this series so far. We didn't get much info in terms of the over-arching series plot and just a tinie-tiny glimps of the next book's H. So I hope that there's a Raph & Cin novella in between this and the next full length book to help th...

    Two prefaces to this review. First, I was given this novel by Netgalley in exchange for an Honest review. Second, I also purchased this novel as I have all D.B. Reynolds novels whether given them by Netgalley or the author. I adore the author and adore this series..Raphael is MY #1 boo...

    I love this series but not this book. It pains me to give a book in the Vampire in America series only two stars but this one just didn't work for me. Quinn and Eve don't spend much time together in this book and quite frankly I was given the impression for most of the book that Quinn ...

    This review was originally posted on Addicted To RomanceI received this book for free from ImaJinn Books in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. I have always been a big fan of D.B. Reynolds and most especially her V...

    Quinn is the continuation of the storyline of Raphael and the American vampires moving to take over Europe. Ireland is the foothold to begin that coup, and Quinn Kavanaugh, an Irish American vampire, is tasked with overthrowing the current Lord of Ireland. Each book in the series, whil...

    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 st...

    The Vampire Wars are getting more exciting as the American Vampires expand their reach and bring the fight to Ireland. Quinn and Eve are strong, compelling characters that have an undeniably sizzling chemistry that has sparks flying in every direction along with some snarky dialogu...

    I am going to give this installment a 3.5. This is one of those books where I came away not loving it, but not hating it either. Don't get me wrong, I actually really liked Quinn & Eve but I honestly never felt very connected to them as a couple. With Cyn and Raphael I could fee...

    I?ve been a fan of this series for as long as I can remember. I?ve pretty much pre-ordered every book since like book 6 or 7 I believe. I had to catch up since I didn?t start reading it when the first book came out. I have read each book more than once, a few more than just a f...

    Hmmm. LOVE Vampires in America series, but not feeling the love for this one. There was just something missing , something too bland about it . Also , as a couple, I did not find Quinn and Eva interesting enough or romantic enough to become invested in them . In comparison to the pre...

    2.5* ...

    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 towar...

    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...

    Oh how I wanted to give this latest Vampires in America book 4 stars BUT I had problems with the end of the book and a couple of other instances of puzzlement !! The book follows on from Raphael's attack in France ..........which was partly to disguise Quinn's entry to Ireland . De...

  • Mindy Lou's Book Review
    Apr 16, 2018

    3 Where is the love Stars *Mild Spoilers I love the Vampires in America series. I adore almost anything D.B. Reynolds writes, but this one while entertaining was not as good for me as past books. The reason this was only a 3 star read for me was because I didn't feel the lov...

    Wow, D.B. Reynolds really phoned this one in. I'm SO disappointed. I've read the entire Vampires in America series, and I've enjoyed every one, but this one... I almost have no words. I need to address her complete lack of historical accuracy first as that bothered me immensely...

    3 Vampire Lord of Ireland Stars!! It seriously pains me to give a three star rating to a book in one of my favorite series (first time ever!) but, I must admit I'm just a wee bit disappointed in this much anticipated book. It was good but I found it lacking in the romance depart...

    I have to admit, I'm a little disappointed in Quinn's book. It was good but lacking in the romance department. One of my biggest draws to vampire books is the mate aspect to the story. You do get that, but it's muted by Quinn's destiny to become a vampire Lord. We get to see how Qui...