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  • Mass Market Paperback: 320 pages
  • Publisher: Zebra; Reprint edition (March 1 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1420122711
  • ISBN-13: 978-1420122718
  • Product Dimensions: 10.4 x 2.1 x 17.2 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 91 g
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars 2 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #474,015 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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By Sandy S. TOP 100 REVIEWER on Aug. 24 2012
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MY LORD VAMPIRE (Immortal Rogues #1) by Alexandra Ivy

MY LORD VAMPIRE by Alexandra Ivy is the February 2012 re-issue of her original work released under the author name Debbie Raleigh. In the trilogy, 3 vampires are placed in a precarious position in the moral realm, to protect and defend the ‘human’ females in possession (1/3 each) of a powerful magical Medallion. My Lord Vampires is Gideon Ravel and Lady Simone Gilbert’s story.

Gideon Ravel is one of three vampires commissioned to locate and protect (one of the three) medallions placed in the care of human females in the mortal realm. Hidden behind the “Veil” for over 200 years, vampires no longer hunt or feed from humans. But rogue vampires have started to cross between the realms in search of new blood and power. And the power of the Medallion is the lure. But the heat between Gideon and his target is unexpected and unwelcome. He is in the mortal world to protect and defend, not to become emotionally involved with a beautiful human female.

Lady Simone Gilbert is a woman desired by many men in the Ton (upper class society of historical England). Wealthy, beautiful and intriguing, Simone has been labeled the ‘Wicked Temptress’- although titles are not necessarily earned or merited. And Simone buries a secret or two so deep she would die before revealing the knowledge or source. But a recent social function has introduced the mysterious Gideon Ravel and he too, has some secrets he is not willing to share with Lady Simone.

Tristan is a rogue vampire who has crossed the ‘Veil’ into the mortal realm. The lure of the Medallion has blinded Tristan to the orders of the Council.
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I have read the Guardians of Eternity series and absolutely enjoyed them - if only real men were like Styx, Viper, Cezar, etc. there would be a lot more happy women out there. The women are not glamorous movie stars or wealthy socialites, and thankfully not teenagers or 20 year olds either. Ms. Ivy's books are always exciting, real page-turners. This new book (which I believe may be one of her first novels), is great. Just keep them coming.
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HASH(0x9cf90fc0) out of 5 stars Beware - this is not a new release. It's a reissue. Feb. 26 2012
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I was looking forward to this new series by Alexandra Ivy. I was sadly disappointed when I got it and found out it was a reissue of an old series written under another authors name, Debbie Raleigh. She will be also reissuing the other 2 titles in this series. Overall is was an OK read, but you can tell the difference in her writing style. It's early in her career and is very different than her current writing style. It's a regency with little paranormal, but if you're looking for her darker, stronger characters and dark villains, it's not here.
20 of 24 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9cf95228) out of 5 stars DO NOT waste your money on this book. March 20 2012
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The cover is hot right? The book is not. There is not one sex scene in the whole book and the heroine is stupid. The repetitive scenario where the hero has to save her is mindnumbing. This is the least sensual vampire book I have ever read- and I have read alot!
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9cf951ec) out of 5 stars Historical fiction read June 12 2013
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My Lord Vampire by Alexandra Ivy
I won this book from goodreads in exchange for a honest review.

This book had more of the sweet historical romance than it did the paranormal. This is my first book of any of the author's work and it is wonderfully written and interesting. I'm not much on historical books, but the romance and the paranormal twist in it was enough to keep me intrigued. I enjoyed it, although thought it would be spicier. I loved the character interaction. I just adore Gideon!! I can connect with Simone. Enjoyable read if you like historical romance.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9cf957c8) out of 5 stars 3.5 Stars - Sweet historical romance, light on the paranormal aspect. March 31 2012
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This is a sweet story with a little bite.

Vampires left the human realm almost two hundred years ago for the Veil. The Veil is a place where vampires can live in peace. In the Veil, they have no fear of being hunted and they are no longer slaves to their primal hungers. Now traitors are threatening their calm existence. Gideon must cross back over to the human realm to find a maiden who has unknowingly been entrusted with a portion of the medallion that protects the Veil. He must not let the medallion fall into their hands, at all costs.

Gideon is an ideal vampire; confident, arrogant and sexy. He starts his quest with a conceit that gets blown out of the water. Vampires believe they are more intellectual and have a sense of superiority. Gideon brings that persona with him when he returns to the human realm. While he continues with his supremacy view of himself throughout most of the novel you can see Simone chipping away at his perceptions.

Simone, Simone, Simone...What to say about her? She had a quiet strength, but there were many times I wished she would grow a spine and stand up for herself. I will concede though, that considering the period that the novel takes place in, she was much stronger than most. Ms. Ivy didn't fall into the trap of making her a woman of that era, stronger than they really were. But like I said my modern self had troubles with that simply because of my makeup and had nothing really to do with the book.

Gideon and Simone's romance is hot, but in a sweet way. This book does not have explicit sex scenes, but their attraction is well described. I found myself pleasantly surprised. While the plot was not "grab your britches" enthralling, it was a nice change of pace. It had moments of greatness and I can't wait for Lucien and Sebastian's tales.

If you are trying to figure out what the hype is all about, in regards to paranormal novels, My Lord Vampire might be a good starter book for you. It had more of a historical feeling to it, so you are not inundated with alternate realities and monsters. Ms. Ivy didn't saturate the novel with vampire lore, but I do have to say that I wish she would have explained her vision of vampires more. She has developed a unique universe and I hope to learn a bit more about it in the next book.

The next novel: My Lord Eternity is scheduled to be release late 2012 and I can't wait to see what is in store next for these Immortal Rogues.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9cf959e4) out of 5 stars My Lord Vampire (Immortal Rogues, #1) June 6 2012
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Alexandra Ivy's first novel in the Immortal Rogues series is a passionate tale of good vs. evil. Two hundred years ago, the Vampires moved from the mortal plane to live Behind the Veil - a place created where vampires could live in peace and safety and not be plagued with basic urges or bloodlust.

The greatest vampire of all, Nefri, created the Veil using an ancient Medallion. Since the Medallion is so powerful and could also be used for many purposes and even to destroy the Veil, she hid its whereabouts by separating it into three parts and giving each one to three maidens on earth to protect. Those maidens had no idea the powerful artifact they were protecting. They only knew that it was a gift from a gypsy woman who told them never to part with it.

Since the vampires considered themselves superior to mortals, it was assumed that no vampire would want to go live in the mortal world. The Medallion should have been safe. However, three vampires who were unhappy with the restricted life in the Veil escaped and fled to the mortal world. The Vampire Council was certain the traitors would seek out the Medallion and if discovered, would give them power to destroy the Veil and much worse.

The Council decided to send three vampires (Gideon, Lucien & Sebastian) to protect the maidens that were guarding the Medallions, capture the traitors and either convince them to return to the Veil or kill them if necessary - as long as the Medallions were protected.

The first story in the series revolves around Gideon and Simone - one of the guardians of the Medallion.


Simone is part of London's elite society and the wealthy widow of Lord Gilbert. She has many suitors and has managed to evade them all with no intention of becoming attached. Despite her icy façade, she is actually very nice. Throughout the novel, we know she has a secret that could destroy her and I found myself hoping no one ever finds out what it is so she would be safe.

Gideon is our gorgeous hero that is arrogant in thinking he is above mortals since he is not burdened with silly human passions and desires. Until he meets Simone. She is not at all what he expected and challenges him at every turn. Since the story is told in third person, we get to see inside his head as well and I was glad to see that Simone was getting to him as much as he was she.

The author has created a great hero and heroine and developed them artfully so that we cared about what happened to them. Besides Gideon, Simone and Tristan (the villain), there were very few other characters involved in the story. And really, we didn't see much depth to the villain. We only know that he wanted power but not really his motives. The story and plot could have been enriched if it had more supporting characters.
Bottom Line
If you're looking for a well-written easy read with good characters, this will work for you. Ivy is an expert at delivery and detail, and this historical PNR keeps interest and makes you care about what happens with the characters. Despite its simplicity in characters, it is a good read. Even though I've only rated it a 3, I'm still anxious to read Book #2 - My Lord Eternity - when it comes out in December 2012.

Happy Reading!!

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