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Rajmund: Vampires In America (Volume 3) Paperback – January 8, 2014
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"Smart, suspenseful and sexy. D. B. Reynolds' characters linger long after the last page." --Kelley Armstrong (NYT bestselling Author of the Otherworld series)
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Sara Stratton met the vampire master while in Manhatten visiting her friend and the mate to the West Coast Vampire Lord, Cyn. Now that she is back home in Buffalo Sara hopes to put the dangerously attractive vampire out of her mind but she has a secret that will drag her into the investigation and reveal a past she thought she escaped. To help save the missing women, Sara will need to work with Rajmund and dive head first into the vampire world.
Rajmund is a powerful vampire and is on the verge of challenging his sire and master Krystof. The Northeast territory is in decline because of Krystof and Rajmund doesn't just want but needs to take power of the area. Rajmund is not just another power hungry vampire. He actually cares for his children (vampires he created) and fixing the problems that developed because of Krystof's neglect. Taking power is his main priority and even though he feels desire towards Sara, he tries not to let it get into the way of his ultimate goal. Sara feels the same way about Raj but she is afraid of her secret she ran away from 10 years ago getting out. They both have reasons to why they think they shouldn't be together but there is no denying it when they are face to face.Read more ›
And Sarah...I was speechless at the dumb heroine move. You know, when the author can't figure out how to add suspense to the plot so she has the heroine do something stupid. Lets just say Sarah's stupid move could win awards for dumb. And then she can't accept that Rajmund should be mad at her?
I think I'll let this series go since the reviews for the next book don't sound promising. I wish I hadn't spent the money for this one.
It's been awhile since last I visited the Vampires in America world, but I had no difficulty picking up where I'd left off. Sex, gore, glamor and violence, D. B. Reynolds' RAJMUND is a fast, fun read that provides a few hours of escape and adventure.
At the heart of all the action is our hero and heroine, Rajmund and Sarah. Raj spends a greater part of the book slamming back vodka shots, tending to his minions, and slinging Sarah around like they're in the sexual Olympics (I'm thinking the naked, couples' ice dancing event). Much is made of the size differential between the hero and heroine, but refreshingly enough, most of the time these references mean their height. Sarah seems pretty enthusiastic about the dynamic (get too close and these two snap together like magnets). Despite the sexual chemistry, Reynolds doesn't skimp on Sarah and Raj working through their own issues and motivations before tumbling (entirely) into bed.
Other than a few instances of "show me, don't tell me" frustration, I enjoyed the writing and pacing of RAJMUND. This book is a bold, larger than life installment in the series, which reads like a vampire TV show (and I mean that in the best possible way). Reynolds' openings are the written equivalent of a "Previously, on Vampires in America" montages and her closings tend to be cliff hangers that ensure you tune in next week. While the suspense isn't enough to guarantee a pre-order from me, I will be keeping my eye out for the next episode.
Sexual Content: A flashback involving rape, several sex scenes.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
If you really like the Lynsay Sands Argeneau Vamps then you will love D. B. Reynolds' Vampires in America series. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Jo Ellis
It's been awhile since reading Raphael and Jabril so it was fun to go back into the world of super alpha vampires! Read morePublished 2 months ago by Sue Padgett
Enjoyed this quite a bit. Smokin hot and flowed smoothly. Already started Sophia, the next book!Published 2 months ago by Carla
After reading Jabril and Raphael I was so excited to start Rajmund. This is actually the 4th book in the series that I've read, having read Aden months ago. Read morePublished 4 months ago by C. Gore
(RabidReads.com)Recently I came across this book and realized I needed to get back into this series, because the first two were excellent. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Lorna