The Vampire’s Favorite (Vampyr #2)

The Vampire's Favorite


Jason Bellmont used to be a typical athlete. Tall, strong, and disciplined, he was the epitome of a college basketball star, and had the sexual appetite to match. 

Until he met Eric Logan. Overnight, Jason found himself immersed in a dark, dangerous world, a world where he found the kind of love he never dreamed of having, and the worst heartache he would ever live through. 

Months later, Jason returns to his family's home in Crookston, Minnesota, to heal after a crippling blow bound him to a wheelchair. There, he and Eric are captured by the vicious vampire Oriana, whose plans for reuniting her former mistress' territory have more of an impact on Jason's life than even he knows, plans that could destroy his family if Jason can't find a way to regain his strength and crush Oriana once and for all. 

Author's Note: Like all stories set in the World of the Vampyr,The Vampire's Favorite contains scenes of erotic romance between single and multiple partners, both male and female, is a dark fantasy (i.e. horror with supernatural elements), and is not intended for readers under the local legal age.  (Summary and cover courtesy of

Please note: I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review courtesy of the author.


I enjoyed this book a little more than “The Vampire’s Pet”, which was the first in the series.  In this book, we get a chance to get to know the individuals and a lot more about Eric and Jason’s backgrounds. It was more up my alley to have a little more character development and see how their relationship developed.

Jason’s family was a refreshing combination and it was also intriguing to see how things operated outside of Atlanta.  Each of Jason’s sisters has distinct personalities and I hope we’ll see more of them in the future.  We didn’t get to see or hear much about Gianna, but I am excited to see what happens with her in the next of the series!

Warning: Repeated sexual content, non-traditional pairings and reference to sexual abuse.

Rating: 4 stars!

Who should read it? Fans of the darker paranormal and erotica.  You’ll probably be pretty confused if you don’t start with the first in the series.

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