The Mammoth Book of Vampire Romance

Ever wanted to read a book that doesn't have a sexy vampire and an innocent human who falls in love with one. If your interested what is under the sheets and involves a vampire then this book is for you.

If Fifty Shades of Grey wasn't your cup of tea or you wanted to level up after reading Twilight then how about some other sexy romance novels that you want to sink your fangs in.

This book review is The Mammoth Book of Vampire Romance.

The Mammoth Book series are short stories from a collection of talented authors filling the pages with exciting and thrilling encounters between people. There are different types of themed story lines which attract to not just women but also men.

I purchased this book back in 2009 and I sincerely loved it. At the time I was getting really into vampires and romance books and this book caught my eye. I have read this book countless of times but I also go back and re-read different stories. 

What is great about this book? Is that you don't have to read the whole book because these are short stories and they are nice to just go back to them.

The book has 25 short stories from Keri Arthur, Karen Chance and many other amazing authors. 

If I had a favorite it would have to be The Sacrifice by Rebecca York. The story is set in the 1100's and is about a girl who sacrifices herself to protect her father's kingdom. More specifically her body to a vampire. She meets Garon and asks him to protect her kingdom, he then tries to scare her with his vampire abilities but she is more fascinated with his knowledge.

If you have ever read True Blood or any other Paranormal Romance novels then this book is definitely a good book to read. 

What is great about this book would be that it goes straight to the point and no crazy obstacles to go through. 

There are tons of great stories from this book, go check it out in your local bookshop or do what everyone else does and go on Amazon. The book is £7.99 but £6.80 on Amazon. Go for it!!

I hope you like my review and if there are any books that are worth recommending, please leave a comment or contact me through twitter @StephanieNBurto 

Thanks xx


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