Quinn (Vampires in America, #12) by D.B. Reynolds

Quinn (Vampires in America, #12)

Vampires in America: The Vampire Wars, Book 12Ireland—a land of magic and fantasy, of fierce warrior kings and fairy mounds . . . and, of course, vampires who’ve been around for nearly as long as those beguiling fey.Brilliant and ambitious, Quinn Kavanagh was aiming for the top, even before he was turned. But now, as a powerful vampire lord, he’s driven by the demands of his blood, compelled to conquer and destroy, to defeat Ireland’s cri...

Details Quinn (Vampires in America, #12)

TitleQuinn (Vampires in America, #12)
Release DateApr 27th, 2018
PublisherImaJinn Books
GenreFantasy, Paranormal, Vampires, Romance, Paranormal Romance

Reviews Quinn (Vampires in America, #12)

  • Jessica's Totally Over The Top Book Obsession
    3 Where is the love Stars *Mild SpoilersI love the Vampires in America series. I adore almost anything D.B. Reynolds writes, but this one while entertaining was not as good for me as past books. The reason this was only a 3 star read for me was because I didn't feel the love. Quinn and Eve had very little time together and their relationship was very superficial. I didn't feel a connection or a bond, because there was no real build up, no real ti...
  • Dorsey aka ❤️ Wrath Lover Reviews ❤️
    3 Vampire Lord of Ireland Stars!! It seriously pains me to give a three star rating to a book in one of my favorite series (first time ever!) but, I must admit I'm just a wee bit disappointed in this much anticipated book. It was good but I found it lacking in the romance department, I honestly didn’t feel the connection between Quinn and Eve. As usual we get the back story of Quinn and his cousin Garrett, who’s Quinn’s Lt. and their rebirt...
  • Mindy Lou's Book Review
    I have to admit, I'm a little disappointed in Quinn's book. It was good but lacking in the romance department. One of my biggest draws to vampire books is the mate aspect to the story. You do get that, but it's muted by Quinn's destiny to become a vampire Lord.We get to see how Quinn and his cousin Garret are turned and part of the journey to present time where he is taking over his own territory for the first time. Right from the start he meets ...
  • Leigh
    2.5 starsQuinn is book 12 in the Vampires in America series. I have been a huge fan of this series for many years, so it pains me to give this book such a low rating. I honestly didn't like it at all. I found the first 70% of this book very boring and the romance totally lacking. I thought Eve was TSTL most of the time and besides a couple of hook ups in the beginning they spent most of the book not a couple and they rarely spoke. So when they fi...
  • Marta Cox
    Four and a halfThis series is simply fabulous and its characters always dig deep into my heart. Here we have Quinn arriving in Ireland and determined to become it's Vampire Lord. He has the blessing of Raphael and apparently the backing of Lucas but Quinn understands the nature of all Vampires and is not in the mood to share with anyone. No this cool, confident and dangerously cocky male is walking his own path to greatness. Eve saw her brother b...
  • Dali
    D.B. Reynolds continues her sexy and exciting Vampires In America (VIA) series with Quinn, book 12 in the series in which smart and sexy graduate student turned vampire hunter Eve Connelly is determined to avenge her brother’s murder and getting closer every night until the gorgeous newcomer from America Quinn Kavanagh derails her plans and makes her second guess the motives behind her killing spree. Quinn was a natural born leader even before ...
  • RachelW (BamaGal)
    3.5 Stars. Just some random thoughts…in the early parts, the book was talky and there was not a lot of action. The flashbacks every other chapter stopped the storyline cold. It was interesting learning Quinn’s past and how he became a vampire; but it should have been done in one flashback, especially the Marcelina bits. Eve is supposed to be a vampire killer; but honestly, it was more a prop for the storyline, a device to keep them apart and ...
  • Jeanny
    I really wanted to love this book. Sadly it was a dull, predictable & uninspiring read. 2 stars
  • Linda
    Quinn is the continuation of the storyline of Raphael and the American vampires moving to take over Europe. Ireland is the foothold to begin that coup, and Quinn Kavanaugh, an Irish American vampire, is tasked with overthrowing the current Lord of Ireland. Each book in the series, while continuing the vampire politics arc, focuses on a single couple. This one features Quinn and Eve.While the book is important in the overall series storyline, I fo...
  • Eva Millien
    The Vampire Wars are getting more exciting as the American Vampires expand their reach and bring the fight to Ireland. Quinn and Eve are strong, compelling characters that have an undeniably sizzling chemistry that has sparks flying in every direction along with some snarky dialogue as well emotional ups and downs that easily draws readers into the story and ensures that the readers want to know every last detail of this rocky relationship as the...
  • Trina
  • Keri
    We get Quinn! Now I will say I didn’t love this as much as previous ones, and it’s not that Quinn wasn’t great bc he is and I enjoyed his relationship with Garrick who is both cousin and lieutenant. Something about Eve just didn’t work for me , although I liked her better towards the end I just wasn’t a huge fan of hers and in turn I didn’t like the story as well. All in all this is what we expect out of this author and these stories,...
  • Anne Szlachcic
    Oh how I wanted to give this latest Vampires in America book 4 stars BUT I had problems with the end of the book and a couple of other instances of puzzlement !!The book follows on from Raphael's attack in France ..........which was partly to disguise Quinn's entry to Ireland .Determined to become Lord of Ireland as soon as possible Quinn starts to take over Sorely's Drug operations ...........knowing that the Irish Lord would not be able to igno...
  • Danielle Gypsy Soul
    I love this series but not this book. It pains me to give a book in the Vampire in America series only two stars but this one just didn't work for me. Quinn and Eve don't spend much time together in this book and quite frankly I was given the impression for most of the book that Quinn could easily walk away from Eve even after they have sex (which is really written as more of a hook-up then anything else). In fact, after they have sex Quinn inten...
  • Cassandra
    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 has the usual very sexy vampire though you can’t tell he’s a vamp!This is the 12th book in the Vampires in America series, and it is for adults only due to the violence and steamy content! Well not mandatory, you wi...
  • Deb B
    I can't help myself. Even though there were aspects that didn't impress I still couldn't stop reading from the second i started the book. Ms Reynolds is a master of her craft and the writing is exceptional. This one didn't quite have the impact of some of the others but then this one had little interaction with the North American Lords. It had plenty to add to the overall story arc but there didn't seem as much relationship development between th...
  • Diane Lynch
    review to come
  • Lorna
  • Ashley
    Ireland, baby!Quinn and his cousin Garrick are in Ireland, taking advantage of Raphael's intentional distracting visit to France to take over. After Quinn has control of Ireland, the American vampire lords plan to use Ireland as a base of operations to start shit in Europe. Quinn wants to be a vampire lord and he's actually Irish, so, win-win. He heads over and stays at Lucas's family castle for a second and then it's time to hit up Howth and tak...
  • Karen Roma
    He harbours a terrifying power, the will to fight for his homeland, and a refined veneer that masks the simmering brutality within; this is QUINN. In D.B. Reynolds latest instalment of her dark and delicious Vampires in America, the war has escalated to the shores of Ireland; and as always, our beloved Raphael plays an integral part in plans to usurp the current Irish Vampire Lord. Cultured and charming on the surface, Quinn may have been chosen,...
  • Carmella Siciliano
    I received a copy of this e-book and am voluntarily leaving an honest opinion.Quinn has returned home to Ireland after being in America for many years. It is time to take what is his, to become the Lord of Ireland. Of course the current Lord is not going to agree!Five years ago, Eve was to meet with her brother and when she got to him it was to see 2 vampires kill him. After that, she became a vampire hunter and swore to pay back the ones who kil...
  • Dot Salvagin
    In this book the American vampires have left the states for Ireland. Vampire Quinn means to wrest control of the Irish vampires from the villainous lord Sorely, this to establish a foothold for bringing the vampire war to Europe. Frequently getting in the way of Quinn’s plans is determined vampire hunter, Eve. Falling in love was not in the plan.This being book #12 in the Vampires In America series, what can I always count on when I read one of...
  • Johanna Sawyer
    Thanks Netgalley for a copy to read and review. I love this series....full of hot alpha guys with a penchant for blood tasting. Quinn heads to Ireland to take over and be the top Vampire. His gift of fire makes him a formidable opponent as he saves his strength for the bad vampires. He wants to make Ireland his home and turn a bad way of life into something good for all vampires in Ireland. Eve watched her brother be murdered by two vampires, now...
  • Chinti
    I’ve been following D.B.Reynolds’ VIA series very religiously. After being introduced to Quinn in the novella Relentless, I was eagerly looking forward to his story. And as always after I finish a book in this series, I’m on a high. There isn’t a single boring moment in this book. Though the plot is not super racy, it is still fast paced enough to keep turning the pages without wanting to stop. All my favorite authors have one thing in co...
  • Jaycee
    The battle for supremacy of the North American vampires begins with a change of geography if not substance. Quinn’s story puts me in mind of Raj’s story, and so it’s fitting that he comes of Raj’s vampires. The book harkens back to the original stories in the series in its focus, and while *no one* can compete with Raphael in the heart of this reader, I do appreciate that this book feels more like those originals with its emphasis on vamp...
  • Pamela Lilley
    It’s been a while since I’ve read a vampire story, and I must say this kept my interest throughout. This is the first book I have read in this series, and even though it has 11 books before it I didn’t feel as if I had missed out, although I’m sure I will be starting book 1 at a future date. I really enjoyed the premise behind the story, vampire lords taking over territories/countries. Quinn it seems is set to take over Ireland, and as he...
  • Alison
    I love this series, and I had high expectations for a Cyn-like kickass heroine. Unfortunately, this installment was a bit of a disappointment. I still love the series, but Eve came across more of a rebellious teenager than a competent and experienced vampire hunter. Add on that the romance didn’t get much screen time aside from the hook ups, and the whole thing fell flat for me. More time was spent on Quinn’s journey to take over Ireland, whi...
  • Heather andrews
    Quinn can recognize his limits, "he met her eyes bluntly. “I did,” he said, then grinned. “I’m a strong man, Eve, but even I can’t keep it up all night long.” Quinn quickly learns how feisty his woman is, “now that’s just offensive. I’m neither a ******d, nor unholy. Stop that, damn it,” he snarled, when she tried to dig her nails into his arm. “I don’t want to put you out, but I will if I have to.” Often times Quinn has...