In the spirit of honesty and fairness to readers of vampire romance genre I am posting all of the text reviews I've discovered about my writing, both good and bad. It's unfortnate, but reality that we can't please everyone .  Fortunately, most reviews are good ones.!
                    The following are reviews for VAMPIRE QUEEN

5 stars
Genice Cassidy: Reviewer
This review is from: Vampire Queen (Kindle Edition)
*I was provided a copy of this book in exchange for sharing my fair and honest opinion*
I waited anxiously for this continuation and it was amazing. I loved Casey and how strong she was. Geo and Luthias were such great characters. Though they both loved and wanted Casey they never pushed and never let it come between them as family.  This book had so much more going on in it than the first, I think. A lot of secrets came to light that shocked me. There was also a lot of mystery and deceit. I couldnít put this book down once I started it. I donít want to give away any spoilers so I will give a brief overview as best i can. This book picks up right from where Vampire Witch left off. Casey has had Geo's baby and is taking time to come to terms with her transformation and all that happened the previous months. Her grandfather announced both Geo and Luthias had behaved horribly and once feeling better they would both court Casey then she would chose who she wanted to marry. Soon, though, Casey must travel to Vampire Land to start ruling her kingdom. Since King Charles is dead, she takes over as queen and they need her since it looks like Bartholomew is readying for a war sooner than later. Luthias accompanies Casey since he had infiltrated the castle years before. Meanwhile, Geo must go to the mutant vampire castle and try to rebuild and ready their army for the coming war. Since he was second to Casey's mom he is looked upon as acting leader until Casey returns. While at the castle, Casey must deal with unhappy vampires who believe Pierre should be king. Pierre was Charles' second in command. There are some amongst the vampire land that support Casey and some who are wolves in sheep clothing. Eventually things come to a head and those who Casey, Geo, and Luthias thought were their friends turn to be enemies and a surprise who we thought was an enemy isn't. Casey still must decide on a husband through all this, though she loves both brothers equally. I do feel bad about how she made her decision, but it was done neatly and unfortunately we knew one brother would be happy while the other disappointed. I really, really loved this book and in the interest of not giving spoilers I wonít say who won her hand, but I do hope the other gets his own book so he can have a happily ever after. Iíd also like to know what becomes of some of the other characters as well. These books were so well written they just sucked me in. I could feel and understand Casey's love and heartbreak in having to choose between 2 men she loved. Lastly, Ii loved seeing how much Casey grew and became a mother, queen, and wife that made her grandparents proud!

5 stars  Amazon review 
A great second book to the series!

By Dana Busenbarkon   May 24, 2017
Format: Kindle Edition

In book two of this series, we catch back up with Casey. We get a quick update as to what has happened since the end of the last book, or maybe it's a refresher as to what happened at the end of the first book. I think I really like Gwendoline, Geo and Luthias's grandmother a lot. She's a card. When an old woman tells you that you do not have to pick between two men, that's just funny. Very progressive for an old woman. When Luthias has to take Casey back to Charles' Vampire Land, what happens? What does Luthias introduce Casey to before she goes there? What political quagmire does she find out she will be stepping into? What happens with Pierre and Abigail once she and Luthias arrive? What is the drink that Pierre gives her? What does she find out when she has to go to her mother's former realm at the request of Geo? What are Pierre and Gondofini up to? What does she do with Pierre and the cook when she returns to Vampire Land? I am already hoping there is a third book to this series and I will say no more. You must read the first book, then this one for it all to make sense!

5 stars  amazon review 
Excellent Follow-Up

By  Paige  (ElectivelyPaige) on June 4, 2017
Format: Kindle Edition
Thanks to the author for providing a complimentary copy for review consideration. The following is my honest opinion.

Pretty much picking up where Vampire Witch left off, this wonderful continuation draws you right in. If you loved the first book in the series, be prepared for another amazing read. I actually enjoyed this book more than the first, as you can tell the author has come a long way and knows how to tell a good story. There are some many little puzzle pieces that are slowly put together throughout the novel that make you turn page after page until the last sentence. I am SO hoping that Eileen Sheehan will give us another novel in this world because it is not one I am ready to let go of. I will say again, if you loved the first READ this one - but please read the first before this one. It will make so much more sense as this really is a true continuation and not a standalone.

5 stars  Amazon review
By aimee3579on August 9, 2017
Format: Kindle Edition
This book is amazing! Once you start reading, you won't be able to put it down, and you won't want to put it down!

There are so many twists and turns, when you think you have things figured out, everything changes!
Luthias is more prominent in this book, and it was great getting to know know him better. There were times I wanted to slap Casey and just ask her, "why" ? Lol!

Vampire Land is the main focal point and there are a few new characters there that are great and well developed. All the characters matured so much throughout the book, and it was definitely an emotional roller coaster the entire story; whether it was because of Casey, Geo, and Luthias or her just trying to figure out how to become a vampire queen. Casey really goes through some major struggles this story and I really liked how grew as person the entire story.

File Size: 844 KB
Print Length: 443 pages
Publisher: Earth Wise Books;
Publication Date: May 24, 2017
Language: English
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