VAMPIRE TRINITY by Joey W. Hill
Vampire Trinity by Joey W. Hill
Vampire Queen Series, Book 6
Reviewed by Jambrea
Gideon Green has become a vampire’s servant. As a vampire hunter and warrior all he wanted or needed was to kill the blood suckers. Now he is tied to them in a way he never expected or wanted, but he feels the need to protect Anwyn. She was a victim of a horrible vampire attack he couldn’t stop. Gideon must work with Daegan, a powerful vampire who protects Anwyn because together they have to make sure she is accepted by the Vampire Council. Does Gideon really want her immersed in the world he hates? Do any of them have a choice or is fate at work?
Vampire Trinity is the best Vampire Queen book yet. I thought Vampire Mistress held that title until I read Vampire Trinity. Joey W. Hill impresses me with every word she writes.
Vampire Trinity is the continuation of Gideon, Anwyn and Daegan’s story that began in Vampire Mistress. It starts with Daegan away and Gideon helping Anwyn with her change. It isn’t an easy transition and they’ve called in a vampire doctor to help monitor Anwyn’s treatment. Gideon and Anwyn really start to bond and Gideon is still unsure of his place in a world he hates. He struggles through the whole book not only with the vampire world, but feelings he is having for Daegan. But he will do anything for Anwyn, even if it conflicts with his moral compass.
Ms. Hill made me cry with Gideon’s character. I felt for him so much. Maybe even more than I felt for Anwyn and Daegan. They are asking him to change everything he thinks he is and to do it willingly. Gideon is so noble and true; he can be my knight and shining armor any time. Daegan is just as noble, but he doesn’t have the inner struggle that Gideon does. Anwyn is a strong female character and she needs to be with her men being what they are.
I loved Vampire Trinity and was very sad when it was over. That is why I am Joyfully Recommending that everyone not just read, but devour Vampire Trinity.