**previously published under the title Lucifer’s Rogue and The Vampire Voss**
“Count on Colleen Gleason for a scorching page-turner!” —Jeaniene Frost
“Dark and decadent, sultry and seductive, Colleen Gleason’s sexy Draculia series will hold you in its thrall!” —Lara Adrian
“In a world where every third title seems to be a vampire story, it’s a pleasure to come across a series that’s as unique as Colleen Gleason’s. Fresh, unique, sassy, and fun, Gleason’s Draculia trilogy is one of a kind…A must-have addition to the bookshelves of vamp enthusiasts everywhere.” —Maggie Shayne
19th Century London Society: Viscounts, proper manners, balls, dance cards…and vampires.
Even after centuries of lust, hedonism, and women, Voss, the Viscount Dewhurst, rarely finds himself bored. As a member of the Draggle, he is a rogue of the first order—a man who loves nothing more than a warm woman, excellent vintage, and even a puzzling challenge to keep his mind active.
But when one of his seemingly harmless manipulations sets him on the path to seduce the beautiful Angelica Woodmore right from beneath her guardian’s nose, things become a little less simple…a lot more passionate…and definitely more complicated.
And when the most evil vampire of the Dracule puts Angelica in his sights, Voss will have to risk everything to save her…and possibly his own soul.
DRACULIA TRILOGY READING ORDER:
The Vampire Voss
The Vampire Dimitri
The Vampire Narcise
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Bite me! I found new favorite vampire series
Mystery, action, romance. Everything I could have ever wanted in a vampire story and more I found in Dark Rogue. I kept biting my nails and pulling my hair almost until the end because it wasn’t until then that ALL questions are answered. And then the hero, well, if you want to call him that, is almost an anti-hero. But it's that attitude of his and his own self-acceptance what makes him so attractive; his unapologetic behavior is what makes him such a great rogue. In general, the beauty of this book is the transformation, not only of one character but of the many that one single revelation causes and how their lives become affected by it.
It’s very hard indeed, at least for me, to find that author that knows how to weave a good paranormal world inside the very pompous Victorian era and I’m happy to I have found that author in Colleen Gleason. 4.5 stars.
I loved this this it's one of those that truly lives up to the name entering funny exciting and beautiful now this is a rouge I love :)