The Vampire Who Loved Me

The Vampire Who Loved Me

Theresa Meyers / Dec 14, 2019

The Vampire Who Loved Me Dr Rebecca Chamberlin hated nothing than the vampires who had turned her loved ones into creatures of the night until she became one herself Now her experimental vaccine has become urgent than ever a

  • Title: The Vampire Who Loved Me
  • Author: Theresa Meyers
  • ISBN: 9780373618606
  • Page: 325
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Dr Rebecca Chamberlin hated nothing than the vampires who had turned her loved ones into creatures of the night until she became one herself Now her experimental vaccine has become urgent than ever, and has made her the target of vampire security chief Achilles Stefanos.Built like a god with golden hair and an irresistible allure, Achilles made her feel passioDr Rebecca Chamberlin hated nothing than the vampires who had turned her loved ones into creatures of the night until she became one herself Now her experimental vaccine has become urgent than ever, and has made her the target of vampire security chief Achilles Stefanos.Built like a god with golden hair and an irresistible allure, Achilles made her feel passion the way no mortal man had before Beck could no deny her craving for him than she could the hated bloodlust in her veins But when her vaccine fell into the wrong hands, Beck had a difficult choice to make one that challenged everything she d always believed

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      • Theresa Meyers

        The progeny of a slightly mad NASA scientist and a tea drinking bibliophile who turned the family dining room into a library, Theresa Meyers learned early the value of a questioning mind, books and a good china teapot But it wasnt until third grade that Theresa overcame her dyslexia and learned to read, going on to make words her lifes work With a degree in Mass Communications she became first a journalist, then a public relations officer in both the corporate and agency realm But by far the most challenging has been using her writing skills to pen paranormal and steampunk novels in the turret office of her Seattle area Victorian home Shes spent nearly a quarter of a century with the boy who took her to the Prom, drinks tea with milk and sugar, is an adamant fan of the television show Supernatural, and has an indecent love of hats.


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    1. Manipulators being manipulated, biohazards and the fight against time, a hero and heroine who face death for loving each other and a whole lot more is waiting for readers in this latest thrilling and fast paced book by Ms. Meyers. I remember reading the Truth about Vampires and was amazed at the unique way in which the vampires were depicted in that book. I figured that would be the end of the surprise twists but I was delighted by the bombshell I got at the end of this book. It’s way cool and [...]


    2. I have to say that I loved the first book in this series, The Truth About Vampires, and I enjoyed the second, The Vampire Who Loved Me, just as much. I highly recommend them both! I like the vampire mythology, which was the same as the usual enough to easily follow and different enough, well to be different, to liven things up :)In a world where humans know about vampires, there is surprisingly less righteous fights than I would have expected and more medical science. I enjoyed this, again, diff [...]


    3. I loved this story. The writing was great and the story just flowed. If you read and liked The Truth About Vampires then you want to pick this one up right away. If you havent read it, then you still need to pick this up.This is a well-written vampire story that takes place in Seattle. This also shows one of my favorite things about vampire stories. The myth has so much flexibility to it and allows new unique stories to be developed.The book is not long, but the characters are still well develop [...]


    4. Review: Dr Rebbecca ( Beck) Chamberlin, was on the look out for a cure to stop people being turned into a vampire, when she thinks she has found it, she is forced to take it by her bosses, but to her shock she is turned into a vampire, as she goes deeper into the vampire world, she comes across Achilles, ho agrees to mentor her. as the pair spend more time together Beck feels her self falling for him but she isn't the only one Achilles feels the pull as well. but he is forbidden to take things a [...]


    5. What can I say about this book? Besides that I loved loved loved it. I had a feeling I was gonna like Achilles just from how he was portrayed in the first book. Again I must say I wasn't too sure about Beck (Rebecca) at first and its not because I didn't think she was well written just being the vampire lover that I am I kind of lean towards the vampire side more often than not. Theresa does another fantastic job with her second book in this series, I immediately was pulled into this story and r [...]


    6. If I had to sum up my thoughts on this book in one word I would use YUMMY. Why? Because the descriptions, the smells, and the settings were delicately and painstakingly written in a way that I easily felt surrounded by everything Theresa wrote. I can only begin to fathom the creativity it took to write such a great romance.This isn’t your typical vampire romance. It delves deep into the mindset of vampire racism and their right to belong on earth. I loved every word, every character (good or b [...]


    7. Dr. Rebecca Chamberlin is working on a vaccine for vampires when she becomes one herself. Her irresistible vampire mentor, Achilles, is fighting his lust and passion for her, while Beck is understanding her new powers , her vaccine falls into the wrong hands , now her and Achilles are fighting for their lives and the Entire Vampire existence.This is a wonderful Vampire Romance full of Heart pounding, lust , hate , and deep exotic passion. It'll leave you wondering if you would choose eternal Lov [...]


    8. Achilles is everything I love in an alpha vampire hero. He's a true warrior, with compassion, intelligence, loyalty, sex appeal in spades, and a Bugatti Veyron to boot! I even liked his golden blonde hair, something that goes against my usual dark haired fascination. Achilles has lived for centuries, and all the endless time, along with a painful past, are wearing thin. He needed to learn what it was like to truly live again. I'm not even sure he realized just how far he had spiraled (not broken [...]


    9. The Vampire Who Love Me is a Harlequin Nocturne book. says that it is book #113 so I didn't know if all of these were just stand-alone books. I'd say that this book could be read as a stand-alone, but apparently there is one other book that had some of the same characters in it that I would liked to have read first. Since I felt like I was missing out on things a little, it made it harder for me to connect with this book.I also had a hard time connecting with the heroine - not that she wasn't w [...]


    10. Achilles - born to be a spartan - turned vampire to make him a powerful Spartan - loved, imprinted, mated with Ione - who died 2,000 years later in the Spanish Inquisition (and as imprinted, he felt the pains of her torture & death, and has been a halfling since) Dr. Rebecca Chamberlain aka Beck - friend to last book heroine who turned vampire. She is working on an antidote to the vampire virus, so that it is possible to change back to human - at their normal age, therefore death to vampires [...]


    11. This is a book that I liked, but couldn't quite bring myself to love.I liked the main idea behind this book - that a vaccine could be developed to make vampires mortal again - but I did find myself anticipating the plot a couple of times, which spoilt the suspense a little.The two lead characters, Rachel and Achilles, are both fairly well written and yet they were that tiny bit too cliched for me to care deeply for them. That said, I liked some of the vampire 'powers' and 'rules' and I thought t [...]


    12. Dr. Rebecca Chamberlin hated vampires more than anything since they had turned her loved ones unwilling into creatures of the night. But then she's turned into one herself. Now her experimental vaccine has become more urgently needed than ever, and has also made her the target of the vampire security chief, Achilles Stefanos.An irresistable allure coupled with a build like a god with golden hair, Achilles made her feel passion the way no mortal man ever could. Beck could no more deny her craving [...]


    13. 4.5 out of 5.Scientist Beck is determined to find a cure for vampirism. When she is forced to become one herself her urgency increases. Achilles, a Spartan warrior of the past is a vampire who is given the task of mentoring Beck. Tricked into producing a vaccine that could cause the death of vampires, Beck has to produce an antidote, if she fails she will lose Achilles. Theresa Meyers writing is fantastic throughout. I found the pace a little slow at the start but the ending more than makes up f [...]


    14. This book kept me on the edge of my seat the whole time I was reading it. The heroine is a scientist trying to come up with a vaccine that will turn new vampires human again. She doesn't know that she is being used by her partner and the people that her partner is secretly working for.The research scientist is turned into a vampire when she is held down and forcible given the vaccine. Now it is up to the vampires in town to keep her safe and to teach her how to deal with her new life.I really li [...]


    15. Miniseries: Sons of Midnight"Harlequin Nocturne delivers again, with a fantastic book by Theresa Meyers. The vampire legend isn't what it used to be, but the vamps in Teresa's book are really awesome." From a review posted by an eHarlequin member, to read more go here.




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