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Knights Vampire by [Fortune, Kryssie]
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Length: 99 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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Betrayed by the Knight Defenders and murdered by his cousin, crusader knight Blaxton de Ferrers rose as a vampire. For nine centuries, he’s preyed on the people he once swore to protect. Gradually, as his emotions leach out of him, he forgets how to feel. Then he meets Harriet.

Harriet Mortlake’s a strong sassy woman who battles her weight and her temper. Her job is to seek out the ancient secrets of the castle that was Blaxton’s childhood home. Instead, she finds the love of her life.

When danger threatens Harriet, Blaxton steps in. Harriet and Blaxton are a match made in heaven. Except... he’s a vampire and to fully claim her, he’ll have to kill her.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 286 KB
  • Print Length: 99 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Loose Id LLC (20 January 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00SICJ2N8
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  • Screen Reader: Supported
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #771,847 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Liked it very much! 28 June 2016
By Linda Amirkhizi - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
I really enjoyed this book. It was a little short for me but the story was good. Harriet is one very snarky, and funny female. Poor Blaxton I just wanted to hug and tell him everything would be alright.
5.0 out of 5 stars A great paranormal read with history, battle scenes, romance, and a feisty lead female! 29 March 2015
By Bee - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
I received a copy as an ARC. This did not affect my review in any way.

Harriet is a librarian and seemingly gets her dream job archiving the library for Whitborough Castleone. There she meets Blaxton, who initially argues it's a temple, not a chapel. She's quick to anger, but with good reason. Of course there's an attraction, but she is quick to chastise herself for her appearance. His flattery does little, for has a bit of a self esteem issue. She remembers that what got her through college (low cost carbs) hurt her current figure. She then mentally admits she'd starve herself to be the type of woman she thinks a guy like him wants. What?! However willing I am to overlook that this may facetiousness, No woman should EVER starve herself for a man (or to be like another woman). If someone doesn't like you for who you are, they are unworthy of you. Period. And Harriet thinks this is the kind of man who wants super skinny models on his arm. But Blaxton doesn't think like that. He actually likes her curves, and while he's a well muscled and protective man, he's a REAL alpha. Meaning he is willing to let her take control of a situation. He doesn't need to be in charge just b/c he's male. He tells her she's not 10lbs overweight, she's perfect the way she is. What woman doesn't need a guy like that in her life!

But it's not all romance once Blaxton's traitor cousin, Rolf comes back "from the dead". Plenty of fighting and blood in this, and Harriet does her fair share of it. She might be a librarian, but she'll be damned if she'll be a damsel in distress! I love me a strong female/heroine, and I love a strong man that is not threatened by a strong female/heroine just as much. It's refreshing to read that while the man wants to protect his woman, he's not so demanding/controlling when she does it herself, too. That's what I mean by he's a real alpha. His self esteem doesn't waver on how helpless she is.

They really are the perfect couple, since they have a great connection both in an out of the bedroom. A great paranormal read with history, battle scenes, romance, and a feisty lead female! This is bound to have something for everyone.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Worth the Read 2 March 2015
By LAS Reviewer - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
“I’m in a closed-up castle and surrounded by vampires. So why am I the one doing the biting?”

For centuries Blaxton has roamed the earth drinking from people whom he had once vowed to protect. He was betrayed by one his brothers and changed into a creature of the night. It took him meeting a feisty, hot tempered and strong minded woman, for his feelings to return one by one. After living centuries without feeling Blaxton was not willing lose this one chance for love.

The beginning was interesting and well written however one thing that put me off was the fact that it was an insta-love/lust. The passion and lust was evident from the first page and after a couple of pages it was love. I don’t hate ‘love at first sight’ tropes but sometimes it’s tiring to read. I like a little more build up and tension before the declarations of love.

The plot was well written but there were some facts about turning vampires that seemed inconsistent and incomplete. Nothing that ruined the story or stopped me from reading, it just stood out to me.

This is a story where a vampire knight, or warrior, meets his chosen mate. However, this story is not as simple as that. They have to go through a mad man to get to their HEA. It has a heroine with a strong sense of humor, and an equally volatile temper and spirit to match the strength of her hero.

A vampire and a human both with haunting pasts that build their present. A read well worth the time.

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3.0 out of 5 stars It was okay 21 March 2015
By Booklover Mary - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
I received a free copy of this book to read and review for Wicked Reads.

Harriet Mortlake is the new archivist at Whitborough Castle. This is her dream job, and now she’s having to defend herself to one Blaxton de Ferrers. She’s instantly attracted to him and with the way he’s flirting with her, she would almost say it’s mutual. Except for the fact that she’s almost six feet tall and 10 pounds overweight. Little does she know, but the guy she’s into is really a vampire. Blaxton was tricked out of his soul centuries ago and hates the fact that he is soulless and feels nothing for anyone or anything.
The attraction between the characters is obvious but the entire story covers a two day period. Day 1: they meet, clash, flirt, go out and have mind boggling sex. Day 2: she goes to work, gets kidnapped by Blaxton’s creepy vampire cousin, finds out that there is such thing as vampires, stands up to creepy cousin, is rescued by Blaxton and they have a long talk about what it means to be vampire.
I wish the story would have been spread out so that the characters could have gotten to know one another rather than the “insta-love insta-mate.” Even taking into consideration that it is a novella, it moved too far, too fast to feel believable. Harriet’s not freaked out by the fact that a) Blaxton’s creepy cousin kidnapped her; b) that Blaxton is a vampire too; c) that she’s Blaxton’s mate; and finally d) that if he feeds from her during an orgasm she will become vampire as well. Unfortunately the implausibility of the storyline – yes, even for a paranormal romance – made this just an okay read for me.

~~Wicked Reads Review Team~~

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