Anonymous asked in Arts & HumanitiesBooks & Authors · 1 decade ago

More vampire romance stories...?

I read (and reread) 'Twilight' by Stephenie Meyer, I had my obsession, I saw the movie, but now what? I love the idea of vampire romance stories, and I know there are a lot out there, but I just don't know what to read! Any suggestions on books that fall under the vampire/romance category would be lovely!

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  • 1 decade ago
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    The Anna Strong Chronicles by Jeanne C. Stein

    The Ariella Montero Series by Susan Hubbard

    Chronicles of Vladmir Tod by Heather Brewer

    The Midnight Breed Series by Lara Adrian

    The Smoke Trilogy by Tanya Huff

    Absence of Faith by E. Carter Jones

    After Midnight stories by Carol Finch, Colleen Faulkner and Karen Ranney

    After Twilight by Amanda Ashley, Christine Feehan and Ronda Thompson

    Alexandru: A Vampire's Legacy Continues by Rebecca K. Rhodes

    Ancestral Hungers by Scott Baker

    Batman and Dracula by Doug Moench

    Beneath a Blood Red Moon by Shannon Drake

    Bite by Richard Laymon

    Black Rush by Frederick Louis Richardson

    Blood: The Last Vampire 2002 by Benkyo Tamaoki

    Blood and Chrysanthemums by Nancy Baker

    Blood Bond by Suzy Miner

    Blood Covenant by Mary Lamb

    Blood Feud by Sam Siciliano

    Blood Dreaming: A Collection of Gothic Ku by Lewis Sanders

    Blood is Thicker Than Water by Wynette A. Hoffman

    Blood Legacy: The Novel by Kerri Hawkins

    The Blood of the Covenant by Brent Monahan

    The Blood of the Goddess by William Schindler

    Blood Memories by Barb Hendee

    Blood Red: A Vampires Love Story by J.C. Brinson-Untiet

    Blood Road by Edo Van Belkom

    Blood to Blood by Elaine Bergstrom

    Blood Walk by Lee Killough

    Blood Will Tell by Jean Lorrah

    Bloodshift by Garfield Reeves-Stevens

    Bloodsong by Karen Marie Christa Minns

    Bloodsucking Fiends by Christopher Moore

    BloodWind by Charlotte Boyett-Compo

    Blue Bloods by Melissa De La Cruz

    Blythe: NightVision by David Quinn, Hannibal King

    The Book of Common Dread by Brent Monahan

    The Book of the Dark by William Meikle

    Bound in Blood by David Thomas Lord

    Bring on the Night by Don & Jay Davis

    Candle Bay by Tamara Thorne

    Carmilla by J. Sheridan Le Fanu

    Carmilla: The Return by Kyle Marffin

    Cathedral of Vampires by Mary Ann Mitchell

    Children of the Night by Dan Simmons

    Children of the Night by Mercedes Lackey

    Come the Night by Angelique Armae

    Companions of the Night by Vivian Vande Velde

    The Cowboy and the Vampire by Clark Hays and Kathleen McFaul

    Crimson Dreams by Margaret L. Carter

    Crimson Kiss by Trisha Baker

    Crimson Night by Trisha Baker

    Crimson Shadows by Trisha Baker

    Curse of the Vampire by David A. Wilson

    Dance with the Dragon by E.F. Watkins

    Dancing with the Devil by Keri Arthur

    The Dark Blood of Poppies by Freda Warrington

    Dark Changeling by Margaret L. Carter

    Dark Dreams by Jane Harrison

    Dark Hunger by Mayra Calvani

    Dark Rapture by Michele Hauf

    Dark Salvation by Jennifer Dunne

    A Darker Dream by Amanda Ashley

    Darkhour Vampires: Captivity by Linda Suzane

    Darkness on the Ice by Lois Tilton

    The Darkness Therein by Kate Hill

    Darkspawn by Lois Tilton

    Daughter of Darkness by Steven Spruill

    Daughters of the Moon by Joseph Curtin

    Dawn of the Vampire by William Hill

    Daylight by Elizabeth Knox

    Dead Walkers: The Protectorate by Angelique Armae

    Deadly Obsession by Patricia A. Rasey

    Deep Is the Night: Dark Fire by Denise A. Agnew

    Deep Is the Night: Night Watch by Denise A. Agnew

    Deep Midnight by Shannon Drake

    Deeper than the Night by Amanda Ashley

    The Delicate Dependency by Michael Talbot

    Demon in My View by Amelia Atwater-Rhodes

    Desires Unleashed by D.N. Simmons

    Desmodus by Melanie Tem

    Desmond by Ulysses G. Dietz

    Dracul: An Eternal Love Story by Nancy Kilpatrick

    Dracul: The Vampire Returns by James C. Wardlaw

    Dracula by Bram Stoker

    Dracula the Undead by Freda Warrington

    Dracula : A Symphony in Moonlight & Nightmares Jon J. Muth

    Dracula's Tomb by Colin McNaughton

    Embrace the Night by Amanda Ashley

    Enemy Mine by Jewell Dart

    The Eternal Battle by Keith Gouveia

    Eternally Yours by S. L. Juers

    Facade of Shadows by Rick Chiantaretto

    Fevre Dream by George R.R. Martin

    Fiery Roses by Lorena Glass

    Fledgling: A Novel by Octavia E. Butler

    The Flesh, the Blood and the Fire by S. A. Swiniarski

    Full Moon Inheritance by Jacqueline Elliott

    Full Moon Rising by Keri Arthur

    Galen by Allan Gilbreath

    A Gift of Blood by JennaKay Francis

    The Gilda Stories: A Novel by Jewelle Gomez

    Gothique by Kyle Marffin

    The Guardian by Beecher Smith

    The Guilty Innocent: Knight of the Darkness Book Two by D.N. Simmons

    H.M.S. Vanguard: A Tale of Horror by John Conrad

    Hawkes Harbor by S.E. Hinton

    The Heat Seekers by Katherine Ramsland

    His Father's Son by Nigel Bennett and P.N. Elrod

    The Historian by Elizabeth Kostova

    The Hour Before Dawn by Patricia A. Rasey

    How to Marry a Millionaire Vampire by Kerrelyn Sparks

    The Hunger by Whitley Strieber

    I Am Dracula by C. Dean Andersson

    I.M. Internet Message by Stephanie Simpson-Woods

    The Immaculate by Kate Hill

    In the Forests of the Night by Amelia Atwater-Rhodes

    Insatiable by David Dvorkin

    Internal Anomaly by C. L. Hunter

    J's Atonement by Jessie A. Snow

    Keeper of the King by Nigel Bennett and P.N. Elrod

    Kindred by John Gideon

    Kiss of the Vampire by Nancy Baker (a.k.a T

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  • 1 decade ago

    the Night World series by L.J. Smith is a great series...

    here's a summary of the first book The Secret Vampire

    Poppy's time in the world is coming to an end...or is it? She has been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer for which the prognosis for survival is grim. But there is another world part yet apart from her world of ordinary things. A world which her best friend (whom she secretly loves), James Rasmussen, belongs to. He offers her a very dangerous invitation to life: to join him in the Night World as a made vampire with immortality. The danger is very real, for by even telling her about the Night World, he has broken one of their greatest laws. By offering to make her a vampire he also breaks another law. Lastly he finds he has broken the final and most important law: to never fall in love with a human. Even further complicating things are Poppy's protective brother Phil, and James' fiendish vampire cousin Ash. If she accepts his invitation, she will never age and vampire blood will prevent her from ever becoming ill again. But, she may not long survive her turning, not with all the Night World legally able to kill them both. If she rejects James' invitation, the alternative is a painful death through cancer, and now she has a chance. Which fate is worse, certain death, or a rugged survival with her soul-mate?will there be a sequel?

    Source(s): I'm reading the second book right now its pretty good to!
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  • 3 years ago

    It relies upon on the e book, and on the vampire. Lol. in my opinion, i'm ill of vampires and love triangles and corny professions of love. If this is real looking (no longer saying vampires could be frightening monsters, only that it would be achieveable) then i like it. Twilight replaced into ok until it grew to grow to be a crazed obsession. I advise it wasn't the appropriate, in spite of the incontrovertible fact that it wasn't damaging. maximum of you view it alongside with the flicks. interior the Twilight video clips, particular, this is horrendously corny and too "sparkly" yet interior the books this is no longer as undesirable. this is fairly achieveable interior the books. the flicks destroy all of it. back however, it relies upon on the e book and the character.

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  • 1 decade ago

    Blue Bloods-Melissa del a Cruz

    I also heard that Vampire Kisses and Vampire Diaries are good

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  • 1 decade ago

    Young Adult:

    Companions of the Night by Vivian Vande Velde

    The Silver Kiss by Annette Curtis Klause

    The Vampire Diaries by LJ Smith

    Shattered Mirror by Amelia Atwater-Rhodes


    The Midnight Breed Series by Lara Adrian (first in series is: Kiss of Midnight)

    The Black Dagger Brotherhood by J.R. Ward (first in series is: Dark Lover)

    The Cassie Palmer series by Karen Chance (first in series is: Touch the Dark)

    Midnight's Daughter by Karen Chance (You should read her Cassie Palmer series first, otherwise, you might get confused)

    The Sookie Stackhouse series by Charlaine Harris (first in the series is: Dead Until Dark)

    Guardians of Eternity series by Alexandra Ivy (first in the series is: When Darkness Comes)

    The Anita Blake vampire hunter series by Laurell K. Hamilton (first in series is: Guilty Pleasures)

    The Night Huntress series by Jeaniene Frost (First in series is: Halfway to the Grave)

    A Darker Dream by Amanda Ashley

    The Prime series by Susan Sizemore (First in series is: I Burn for You)

    **Some of the adult books have some descriptive romance/sex scenes**

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