Review: The Vampire Queen's Servant by Joey W. Hill

Sunday, May 5, 2013
  Series: Vampire Queen #1
 Publication Date: July 2007
Publisher: Berkley Trade
 Pages: 373
Reviewer: Amber R.

If you're looking for a hot, sexy book to read that has a twist of a female dominating a male, this book is for you.

Lyssa is a vampire that is the leader of her particular region of the US. The way the vampire territories are broken up in this book honestly reminds me of the Sookie Stackhouse books. Lyssa is the ruler of her area, who up until semi-recently was married to another vampire that was murdered. There are a lot of vampire politics and a lot of power play scenarios in this book. Which Lyssa is deeply involved in. She's in the market for a new human servant, which for different vampires mean different things. Luckily for her, her previous servant specifically handpicked her new one.. Jacob.

Jacob is an alpha male who caught one glimpse of Lyssa and knew that they belonged together. But coming under her tutelage wasn't the easiest thing for him to do in a lot of aspects. Lyssa is old and set in her ways and very determined for Jacob to succumb to her in every way. In the same aspect Jacob is convinced that she is going to succumb to least in the bedroom. There is some definite butting of heads in this book between these two. Lyssa has her reasons for the things she does and she's not willing to open up to Jacob.

This book is HOT. There is all kinds of sexy business going on here. Lyssa is the one who is doing the dominating though which is a nice twist from the normal guy dominating woman type deal. There are also underlying currents in this book that aren't quickly revealed and I liked the build up to that as well. Definitely check this out if you haven't yet. The book is hot, the characters are hot, the sexy times are hot. You have the triple threat here.

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