Vampires in America
RT and EPIC award-winning author D. B. Reynolds brings to print the stories her readers have been waiting for. Ten Vampire Vignettes, including five brand new stories and five reader favorites from her blog, all in print for the first time. They range from the wild and dusty streets of post-Gold Rush San Francisco, to the vicious halls of the U.S. Capitol today, and every place along the way.These are the stories in between the books, the slices of life that happen as the vampires of North America defend their lives, uncover secrets, and sometimes, simply take a moment to romance the women they love.As always, be forewarned, there is sex in these stories. But Reynolds’s readers wouldn’t have it any other way!Vampire Vignette #10 an Old FriendVampire Vignette #11 My HeartVampire Vignette #12 When Juro Met Lucia (and fell in love)Vampire Vignette #13 The Christmas PresentVampire Vignette #14 Natalie’s DreamVampire Vignette #15 Old EnemiesVampire Vignette #16 DessertVampire Vignette #17 Dear DiaryVampire Vignette #18 FreedomVampire Vignette #19 Merry Christmas, BabyOver the years since I published RAPHAEL, Book One in my Vampires in America series, I’ve visited more reader blogs and review blogs than I can count. For many of those visits, I wrote small stories. Sometimes a single scene, sometimes something longer, sometimes an interview with various characters.Over time, and for a variety of reasons, some of those blogs have disappeared from the Internet, but I still get reader requests for the stories I posted. So, with the help of the talented people at ImaJinn/BelleBooks, and especially my editor, Brenda Chin, I’m gathering them here:My interview with a vampire! Huff ‘n Puff ReporterAn Interview with Cynthia LeightonWhen Cyn Met EmmaAn Introduction to JaredHuff ‘n Puff Interview with Raphael And CynA Touch of Lucas for HalloweenThe Kissing BoothHalloween MemoriesAden and Sidonie’s First ChristmasA Council of WarA Visit to the Haunted House

Vampires in America Details

TitleVampires in America
Author
LanguageEnglish
ReleaseDec 15th, 2017
PublisherImaJinn Books
Rating
GenreFantasy, Paranormal, Vampires, Urban Fantasy, Romance, Paranormal Romance

Vampires in America Review

  • Jessica's Totally Over The Top Book Obsession
    January 1, 1970
    4 Cute, fun, short stories Stars Vampires in America The Vignettes Vol 2 was a very enjoyable read. I love the VIA world so getting to catch up on all my favorite vamps with cute little stories is so much fun for me. I knew I would get some smexy time with Cyn, Raphael, and the other Vampire Lords and mates. What I didn't expect,but was pleasantly surprised about was the stories about Juro. I loved the story with Juro and Luci, but my all time favorite story in this book was of how Juro and his 4 Cute, fun, short stories Stars Vampires in America The Vignettes Vol 2 was a very enjoyable read. I love the VIA world so getting to catch up on all my favorite vamps with cute little stories is so much fun for me. I knew I would get some smexy time with Cyn, Raphael, and the other Vampire Lords and mates. What I didn't expect,but was pleasantly surprised about was the stories about Juro. I loved the story with Juro and Luci, but my all time favorite story in this book was of how Juro and his twin brother Ken'ichi became vampires. I am super intrigued by the hunky Japanese twins and would love more of the sexy twin duo. I would love for Ken'ichi to get his own book. Hint hint!!!! This book was an easy, sexy read that gave me my fix of Vampires in America while I wait for Quinn's book! https://jessicasoverthetopbookobsessi...
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  • Dorsey aka ❤️ Wrath Lover Reviews ❤️
    January 1, 1970
    5 Fangtastic Stars!Great addition to D.B. Reynolds “Vampires in America” series. I loved all the snippets into all of our favorites Vampire Lords (and their mates).My favorite Vignettes was the telling of how Raphael meet Juro and his silent twin Ken’ichi and the “Vampire Interviews”. DBR never disappoints. If your a fan of the series, this is definitely a must read!
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  • Mara
    January 1, 1970
    2 1/2A few were interesting, Jarod's or Juro's, but most were just sex scenes. I love VIA, but I really need more meat on those bones I like to gnaw on...
  • RachelW (BamaGal)
    January 1, 1970
    A couple of these stories were new to me, but most of the vignettes I had read before on Reynolds website. I liked the one about Amos Cotton/Jared Lincoln and his granddaughter, a delight both this time and the first time I read it. Also good was the Duncan and Emma short; as it had a nice dose of vampire politics, which I always enjoy. My favorite was the one with Raphael and Lucas in 1885 San Francisco, and how they came to meet Juro and Ken’ichi. It had a surprisingly meaty plotline. Oh, and A couple of these stories were new to me, but most of the vignettes I had read before on Reynolds website. I liked the one about Amos Cotton/Jared Lincoln and his granddaughter, a delight both this time and the first time I read it. Also good was the Duncan and Emma short; as it had a nice dose of vampire politics, which I always enjoy. My favorite was the one with Raphael and Lucas in 1885 San Francisco, and how they came to meet Juro and Ken’ichi. It had a surprisingly meaty plotline. Oh, and the interviews were cute.I very much enjoyed the small bits of story and revisiting characters from various books in the VIA series; but I had to read the anthology in small doses. Although fun glimpses into the various couples lives; many of the stories were basically sex scenes and I needed breaks from the sheer repetition. Overall, lots of fun for fans of the series.
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  • Leigh
    January 1, 1970
    Vampires in America: The Vignettes Volume 2 is a collection of short stories featuring couples of the series. The stories were generally short with loads of sex. Although I enjoyed all the stories especially the ones with Cyn and Raphael, my favorite was how Juro and Ken'ichi became vampires. I would definitely love to see more of Juro and Lucy but also Ken'ichi finding his mate. I would also like to add that the dream with Natalie was hot and Ms. Reynolds does give a warning before reading it, Vampires in America: The Vignettes Volume 2 is a collection of short stories featuring couples of the series. The stories were generally short with loads of sex. Although I enjoyed all the stories especially the ones with Cyn and Raphael, my favorite was how Juro and Ken'ichi became vampires. I would definitely love to see more of Juro and Lucy but also Ken'ichi finding his mate. I would also like to add that the dream with Natalie was hot and Ms. Reynolds does give a warning before reading it, I just wish it wasn't included. It doesn't fit her vampires especially if Christian sent those thoughts to her while he slept for the day. Not one of her other vampires would ever be ok with a threesome, so like I said I wish it was left out. I'm looking forward to the next book in this series.***Copy provided by NetGalley***
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  • Cassandra
    January 1, 1970
    My Thoughts - 5 out of 5 Unicorns - I loved it!!***I choose what I read and review based on what intrigues me!! Yes, I received a review copy of this book, but no one tells me what to think, feel, or write about any book!The cover definitely fits in with the series!This is the 2nd set of vignettes to be released. It is a collection of story stories of extra scenes and information that you may have wondered about. It is definitely for adults only due to the steamy content.There are plenty of touc My Thoughts - 5 out of 5 Unicorns - I loved it!!***I choose what I read and review based on what intrigues me!! Yes, I received a review copy of this book, but no one tells me what to think, feel, or write about any book!The cover definitely fits in with the series!This is the 2nd set of vignettes to be released. It is a collection of story stories of extra scenes and information that you may have wondered about. It is definitely for adults only due to the steamy content.There are plenty of touching moments that are happy, sad, humorous, and more. I’m not usually a fan of short stories, but I love reading the Vignettes to get more information on all my favorite Vampires and their mates. If you love the series, you don’t want to miss out! I don’t want to talk details because then it would ruin it for you, so I will say that all your favorites are here with steamy tidbits, surprises, practical jokes that backfire, and more! I can’t wait for of this world because these Vampires rock!I highly recommend to all Vampire lovers because D.B. Reynolds is one of my favorites, and you will miss out if you don’t check out her work! I do highly recommend reading in order because it is epically better that way!!
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  • Eva Millien
    January 1, 1970
    As with The Vignettes, Volume 1, Volume 2 gives readers a delightful, fun and super steamy look into all the fantastic characters of the Vampires in America series that readers just can’t get enough of, or at least I sure can’t.The individual shorts may be really short scenes but they pack on heck of a punch in the romance and passion department for each of the couples, they are hot and steamy as well as sweet and provide a lot of insight to our characters personalities and what goes in their li As with The Vignettes, Volume 1, Volume 2 gives readers a delightful, fun and super steamy look into all the fantastic characters of the Vampires in America series that readers just can’t get enough of, or at least I sure can’t.The individual shorts may be really short scenes but they pack on heck of a punch in the romance and passion department for each of the couples, they are hot and steamy as well as sweet and provide a lot of insight to our characters personalities and what goes in their lives.And in this volume, D.B. Reynolds provides some extras that she previously published with various blogs such as interviews which made me happy as I missed them before. As stated above, I can’t get enough of this series and the sexy vampires that inhabit this brilliant world, so I love the extras that the author provides but of course I prefer the full stories so I am waiting impatiently for Quinn to make his appearance and to find out what happens in Ireland.
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  • Tracie Runge
    January 1, 1970
    I Loved these Vignettes!! A fabulous compilation of new and favorites short stories in the Vampires in America series. I don’t want to give anything away but let me say this is a must read for lovers of this series and if you love Vampires and haven’t read it yet what are you waiting for you are truly missing out.
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  • S. Popi
    January 1, 1970
    5+ stars for our favorites vampireThe Vignettes Vol.2 was an enjoyable read, especially in the holidays season, and I must confess that I liked having more of Cyn and Raphael because they are the original couple and my favorites. But man, the part of Juro and Luci, as short as it was, blow me away. I missed story some snippets with Sophia and Vincent, and maybe the next Vignettes will bring more goodness about those two and their mates, but what I'm really hoping is a full novel with the twins, 5+ stars for our favorites vampireThe Vignettes Vol.2 was an enjoyable read, especially in the holidays season, and I must confess that I liked having more of Cyn and Raphael because they are the original couple and my favorites. But man, the part of Juro and Luci, as short as it was, blow me away. I missed story some snippets with Sophia and Vincent, and maybe the next Vignettes will bring more goodness about those two and their mates, but what I'm really hoping is a full novel with the twins, because we really need more Juro and Ken'ichi in our life. Arc received in exchange for an honest review.
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  • Deb B
    January 1, 1970
    absolutely love these snippets ... yes have read some of them previously on the author website but there are a few new ones and it is a brilliant gaze into the VIA world with day to day activities with some of my fave couples. this is one my very favourite series that i have read through several times and will definitely read through several more times .. a great story arc, a well planned and executed timeline, really likable characters a wonderful writing style ... the vignettes fit well with t absolutely love these snippets ... yes have read some of them previously on the author website but there are a few new ones and it is a brilliant gaze into the VIA world with day to day activities with some of my fave couples. this is one my very favourite series that i have read through several times and will definitely read through several more times .. a great story arc, a well planned and executed timeline, really likable characters a wonderful writing style ... the vignettes fit well with the whole
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