Allure of the Vampire King by Bella Klaus


Book Synopsis

Book Details

Pages: 424

Genre: Paranormal Romance

Format: Kindle Edition

He Broke My Heart… Now He’s Returned For My Blood.

I’m no one—just a magic-less woman who fled the supernatural world after being dumped and humiliated by the most powerful vampire in Britain.

He made me a laughing stock, a cautionary tale. I had no choice but to leave.

That was a long time ago. I got over the betrayal. Now, I’m on the mend.

But when an assassin tracks me down to London, claiming that a deadly power thrums beneath my veins, only one person is strong enough to save my hide:

Valentine Sargon—the Vampire King who stole my virginity and broke my heart.

He’ll help, but only if I move into a safe house. With him.

Valentine is as handsome as the devil, silver-tongued and seductive as sin. I don’t trust him or the way he hungers for my blood. But I’ve run out of choices and can’t refuse.

He’s going to protect me from the assassins, but who’s going to protect me from him?

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Review

* Non-Spoiler Review*

The danger of having a genre that you like to fall back on is that you come across some absolute crummy books. The Allure of the Vampire King was borderline this for me, Mera, the main female character irritated the hell out of me. Her thoughts were erratic and she acted quite flippant for my taste, however, her personality traits makes sense as you go on further into the book.

Valentine was an alright character, but you only saw him from Mera’s perspective. The story goes around in circles quite a few times which started to bore me a bit, but there was one thing I held onto and hoped to see at the end – which didn’t happen. Unfortunately, this saga is designed to have cliffhangers at the end of each book which I am not up for!

Overall, it left me underwhelmed and not interested in pursuing the rest of the books in the saga.

Spice Rating: 3/6 – See my rating system here

Book Rating: 3/5

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