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Married To The Vampire King – TWiT Book Review

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The bad news is that the vampires and witches of this city are all going to kill each other. Meaning that everyone I care about is pretty much doomed. The good news is, I have a plan to stop it. Step one: Marry Nathaniel Bailey, the leader of the city’s vampires. Step two: Make me into the most enticing bait possible so that the murderous vampire who is actively trying to plunge the whole city into chaos comes after ME next. Step three: Place my life in the hands of my newly minted husband, who probably doesn’t care whether I live or die. What could go wrong?

From the first moment I saw Ethan Solomon, I knew he was my mate. And when he proposes to me less than five minutes after our first meeting, part of an insane plan to broker peace between the witches and the vampires, I accept his proposal without hesitation. Ethan thinks that we’ve entered into a fake marriage. He has no idea how real it is for me. He has no idea how long I have waited for him. And he has no idea that I will stop at nothing until I’ve made him mine.

Rating: 4.5
Good Book!
Great Plot
LGBTQIA Relevance

With its unique blend of gay vampires, witches, and warlocks, there’s something for everyone to love. The plot is incredibly intriguing, keeping readers on the edge of their seats from start to finish.

The story revolves around Ethan, a young warlock who finds himself in major trouble when he tries to save not only his coven and the vampires but also all the humans in Seattle. Despite having no powers, Ethan’s determination and bravery shine through as he battles against an unknown enemy draining witches and warlocks of their blood.

Ethan’s character is adorable. He’s young, innocent, and naive, but he’s also fiercely loyal. Thankfully, he has the support of his twin sidekick friends, who always have his back. As the story progresses, Ethan’s path crosses with Nathaniel, the vampire king of Seattle.

Initially, everyone assumes Nathaniel is a mean badass but readers quickly discover he is a kind and understanding vampire who wants nothing more than peace among all supernatural beings and humans. When Nathaniel realizes that Ethan is very special to him, their relationship turns heartwarming.

One of the standout features of “Married To The Vampire King” is the incredible cast of characters. From humor and sarcasm to anger and pent-up frustration, each character brings a unique flavor to the story. Author Jay Castle masterfully blends apprehension, humor, and tension, creating a rollercoaster of emotions that keeps readers engaged.

The witty dialogue and well-crafted scenes make it easy to connect with the characters and become fully immersed in their world.

Overall, “Married To The Vampire King” is a must-read for fans of the supernatural genre. With its captivating storyline, lovable characters, and expertly balanced emotions, it’s a book that will leave you wanting more. Whether you’re a fan of vampires, witches, or warlocks, this book has something for everyone.

Married to the Vampire King is a 92,000-word MM paranormal romance novel featuring a potty-mouth warlock with no magic who wants to protect everyone he cares about, a cinnamon roll of a vampire king who will do anything for his mate, snarky side characters, spicy scenes, a bit of magic, a dash of found family, and a guaranteed happily ever after with no cliffhanger. This is book 2 in the Blood Bonded Mates series. It contains some violence, mentions of death/loss of loved ones, strong language, sexual scenes between men, and passages depicting consensual blood drinking, as one might expect from a male-male vampire romance. This book is intended for mature audiences.

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Jay Castle reads and writes MM paranormal romance. He’s the author of the Blood Bonded Mates Series. He lives in the Pacific Northwest with his partner of 12 years. Three cats own him and he is the proud dog dad of a border collie who is probably smarter than he is.

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