Sunday, March 31, 2013

ARC review of Bite Me, Your Grace by Brooklyn Ann


Title:Bite Me, Your Grace
Author: Brooklyn Ann
Source: Netgalley
Genre: Historical PNR- Vampire
Length: Novel
Reviewed by Laurie
Release date April 2, 2013

England’s "vampire craze" causes much vexation for the Lord Vampire of London, Ian Ashton. To save his reputation, Ian enlists aspiring authoress Angelica Winthrop without realizing she has hidden plans of her own. Angelica Winthrop's life goal is to ruin her reputation, avoid marriage, and become a gothic authoress like her idol, Mary Shelley. To find inspiration for her new story, she breaks into the home of Ian Ashton, Duke of Burnrath, not knowing she will be coming up against the Lord Vampire of London. Romance sparks and reputations are at stake. But who knows the real difference between fact and fiction?














This is a good book it just didn’t draw me in like I wanted it to. At first I was very confused for few chapters. It just seemed to take forever for me to figure out the direction the author was taking the story. I did find my baring’s around half way but sad to say buy then I was tired of hearing the whining heroine and how she didn’t want to marry. Heck it took her forever to finally accept Ian and get on with things. With Rosetta and the vampire back story being it just seemed the H/h was way over shadowed during the whole book, so I never felt the romance build between them like I wanted to.

There are some interesting characters and I think things will be different in the second books so I will continue the series. I do suggest you giving this book a try if you like historical paranormal romance.

3 comments:

  1. Nice review! I have been wondering how this one is! I think I might still try it out though.

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  2. I used to read a lot of historicals, not so much anymore but I do like the vampire aspect of it. Thanks for the review.

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  3. Well written review. I am a sucker for historical paranormal romance, so I will be giving this one a try. But I love knowing that the beginning might take some time, that way I can be patient without wanting to quit. And I love the cover.

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