My Viking Vampire
I’ll fight to the end or die trying…
I’ve got nowhere to run—except into the arms of a sexy stranger who says he can protect me.
But this guy comes with a bit more than I bargained for—fangs.
Sanctuary, Texas will take you on a heart-pounding-toe-curling ride into a town of fantastical creatures and a war for world domination you won't soon forget. The series has fated mates, growly heroes with soft spots for their strong spunky heroines, and enough spicy romance to make you blush. Don’t miss this sexy, gritty, paranormal fantasy romance with a twist of darkness. There’s a “big bad” you will love to hate and an amazing cast of characters across the series that build a family you won’t want to leave behind.
"Shannan weaves a sexy, action-packed tale sure to keep you turning the pages late into the night." ~ Liliana Hart, New York Times Bestselling Author
My Viking vampire
A very good read. Loved reading this book couldn’t put it down
The last scene ruins the book.
It was a good read but the last scene turned my stomach. All I wanted was for the main character to run for the hills. The book deals with a significant amount of trauma and I can’t say the last scene deals with it in an easy to digest way. I wouldn’t recommend for anyone with sexual trauma. For me personally the last scene undermined the whole narrative of the main love interests. The book would have been better off without it.
Generally speaking the story lacks timeline. It’s a good outline for a very cool fictional world but the events could have been spread across several months of not years. Nothing progresses naturally, but the concepts are fun and engaging enough to keep you reading.
I cannot emphasize enough how difficult the last scene was to read and how much it ruined the book for me.
The story establishes characters who care for each other and would never violate each other’s boundaries. Be a champion for their rights and freedoms in a world where human rights have been stripped. This feels entirely undermined in the last scene where the protagonist is pushed to relieve trauma to satiate their partner. I just wanted them to run away and burn the building to the ground. It made me feel like the main love interest became the greatest villain and predator. The protagonists “positive” reaction to this scene feels so unnatural and un-relatable given the abuse they have withstood. It leaves me with a bad taste in my mouth and chills in my spine.
It’s a shame because most of the book is fantastic other than what feels like a forced DOM saves abuse victim from trauma by turning them into a SUB.
My Viking Vampire
Loved this book! Kept me hooked with its mixture I’d drama, romance and humour.