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Dark Rogue: The Vampire Voss (Draculia Vampire Trilogy) Paperback – March 17, 2016
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**Also published under the titles 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 19th Century London, vampires live alongside the uppercrust members of Society...
Even after centuries of lust, hedonism, and women, Voss, the Viscount Dewhurst, rarely finds himself bored. As a member of the Dracule, 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 Miss Angelica Woodmore, 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.
"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
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- Publisher : Avid Press, LLC; Second; Revised and Updated ed. edition (March 17, 2016)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 314 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1944665013
- ISBN-13 : 978-1944665012
- Item Weight : 12.6 ounces
- Dimensions : 5.25 x 0.7 x 8 inches
- Best Sellers Rank: #4,856,360 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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At first, he just wants to seduce Angelica Woodmore to get the information she can provide, but when she doesn't immediately fall under his thrall, Voss finds Angelica to be just the sort of puzzle he craves. When her life is in danger, he finds it necessary to fight against other members of the Dracule, which doesn't please Lucifer at all. Voss has to decide if he can go against his nature to protect Angelica, and she must decide if she can trust her heart to a vampire.
There is a lot of action, and the romantic buildup is great. I enjoyed the setup for this world of vampires among the nobility of Europe. This book really complements the second book in the series, The Vampire Dimitri, which takes place at the same time.
Vampire Voss or Viscount Dewhurst is a 148 year old vampire ,completely content to be a scoundrel and a smooth talking seducer. He is back from the colonies and is quickly caught up in all the vampire turmoil going on in 1804 regency London.
Then he meets Angelica Woodmore. She is likes no other woman he has ever met especially with her "sight" abilities. Angelica is a very proper young society lady but also marches to her own beat and is a tad rebellious in nature. Angelica's brother ,Chas Woodmore -a vampire hunter is abducted and this puts Angelica and his other sisters in grave danger.
Thru an associate Voss meets Angelica and thankfully they don't fall in love over night. At first Voss is basically just using her for her gift and she is tough and not falling for his lines!
Colleen Gleason's knowledge of this time period and her unique world of vampires makes this a great Historical Romance read
I have always been a fan of vampires. Since finding Colleen Gleason's Dracule series I am now a worshipper of Regency Vampires. A Vampire Voss is an amazing tale of finally finding what you desire most and how desire can create the an equal amount of pleasure and pain. Voss is a player among today's standards. Never one to take a side but remaining wise and unloyal has served Voss well through the centuries. That is until Angelica.
Angelica carries a the burden's of gypsy power. Burdens she can't share with anyone not even her siblings. That is until those very visions she carries her to her destiny and her agony, The Vampire Voss.
This is my favorite Dracule book between all three, The Vampire Dimitri, The Vampire Narcise and The Vampire Voss. Voss and Angelica's chemistry on the paper were so easy to imagine and a thorough delight to journey with them. Colleen Gleason does an amazing job of taking a series of events and writing about them in three different books but also from multiple POV's. Each books adds another layers but also expands the story so that you are chomping at the bit for the next book.
Great world building with an interesting vampire mythology based in Christianity and even historical politics. With edge of your seat action and dynamic characters, this book has so much going for it!
Voss is the titular rogue. He was a difficult one for me to like at the beginning, but he definitely fell hard and thoroughly redeems himself at the end of the book. Angelica is a strong heroine who saves the hero as much as he saves her. It took a while for the characters to trust, or even like, each other, but the slow build up is worth the climax.
I especially liked the side story between Dimitri and Maia, and look forward to reading their book.