The Mammoth Book Of Vampire Romance 2 by Tricia TelepThe Mammoth Book Of Vampire Romance 2 by Tricia Telep

The Mammoth Book Of Vampire Romance 2

EditorTricia Telep

Paperback | September 22, 2009

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This exciting follow-up to the wildly successful Mammoth Book of Vampire Romance contains 30 short stories of hot blood, midnight pleasures, and inhuman passions. Containing the best names in the field, such as Eileen Wilks, Caitlin Kittredge, Jennifer Ashley, Dawn Cook, and Diane Whiteside, this compilation is sure to arouse attention.
Title:The Mammoth Book Of Vampire Romance 2Format:PaperbackDimensions:512 pages, 7.75 × 5.25 × 1.7 inPublished:September 22, 2009Publisher:Running PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0762437960

ISBN - 13:9780762437962


Rated 4 out of 5 by from Better Than I Thought It Was Going To Be Unlike the “Mammoth” books I’ve read in the past, the 2nd instalment of the mammoth book of vamp romance 2 was actually good. I found myself liking more of the stories than I hated. Some of my faves were “Coven of Mercy” by Deborah Cooke (This was the one that brought a tear to my eye). “Blood Feud” by Patti O’Shea, “The Murder Kings” Woman by Jamie Leigh Hansen, “The Scotsman & The Vamp” by Jennifer Ashley and “Point Of No Return” by Jennifer St. Giles. There were a couple of others that I liked as well. There were also a couple I really didn’t enjoy like “Butterfly Kiss” by Carole Nelson Douglas which was told from the POV of a PI who happens to be a cat. Another shorty I didn’t enjoy was “I Need You More” by Justine Musk. This story was 13 pages long and made very little sense. My only other complaint besides these 2 is the fact that the stories that I did enjoy seemed like they belonged to a series, but when I looked up the author’s website I found out that the stories were meant to stand alone. The only one I did find that was part of a series besides of course the Larissa Ione story was “Vampsploitation” by Jaye Wells which is a prequel to her novel “Red-Headed Stepchild”, a book I wasn’t sure about before, but now fully intend to read.
Date published: 2010-01-14