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Queen of the Vampires

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Author: V.M. Weisen

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Cohen's lips crashed into mine.
His hands grabbed my hips and he hoisted me onto his lap without ever breaking our kiss. His
grip on my hipbones was strong and forceful and his lips matched.
I pressed my palms against his chest and curled my fingers into him. He was rock hard all over,
and I loved the feel of his muscles under my hands.
Our lips moved against each others at a frantic pace.
Suddenly, his tongue was sweeping inside my mouth, and I was gone.
Cohen needs an heir that only his mate can give him.
Ellie spends her days working and visiting her sister in the hospital.
When Cohen offers her a chance to pay off her debts and heal her sister, Ellie jumps at
the chance without much thought.
As they spend more time together, the mate bond grows stronger.
Cohen will have to decide if he can make an exception for Ellie.

Want more? Read "Queen of the Shifters", book one in the timeline.

Queen of the Vampires is created by V.M. Weisen, an eGlobal Creative Publishing author.


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    I am really feeling Cohen super hard! I can't wait to get to the turning point in the bond between Cohen and Ellie to push them into the next level! [img=recommend]

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    I loved it's complexity as a story, but simple as the story was short enough not get bored waiting for excitement. It's a great paced story, in my opinion and recommended to those looking for wholesome story that drag on for ages(not trying to disrespect anyone's story because I like them, too, just in moderation).

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    The book was well written and structured, allowing the reader to visualize the story as it developed.

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