In the darkest corners of the night in Caldwell, New York, a conflict like no other rages. The city is home to a band of brothers born to defend their race: the warrior vampires of the Black Dagger Brotherhood . . .
Qhuinn, son of no one, is used to being on his own. Disavowed from his bloodline, shunned by the aristocracy, he has finally found an identity as one of the most brutal fighters in the war against the Lessening Society. But his life is not complete. Even as the prospect of having a family of his own seems to be within reach, he is empty on the inside, his heart given to another.
Blay, after years of unrequited love, has moved on from his feelings for Qhuinn. And it's about time: the male has found his perfect match in a Chosen female, and they are going to have a young - just as Qhuinn has always wanted for himself. It's hard to see the new couple together, but building your life around a pipe dream is just a heartbreak waiting to happen. As he's learned first-hand.
Fate seems to have taken these vampire soldiers in different directions . . . but as the battle over the race's throne intensifies, and new players on the scene in Caldwell create mortal danger for the Brotherhood, Qhuinn finally learns the true definition of courage . . .
A little disappointed in the "fairy tale" ending but a good book and the word 'finally' is more than appropriate! Turning to the next one asap!
Lover at last
Ok, so I am going to be honest for people like me who read the reviews before they buy the book. This series is great but the first 6 books are honestly the best they are amazing. Then like this book some parts really good and other parts are not and can leave the reader shaking their heads because some of the conversations just wouldn’t happen from reading the first few books. This one has parts that are ok, The king, the next story is good however the thief is not you can skip that one quite easily.
At Last Love.
The title of the book gives you an indication as to how much fan's of the Black Dagger Brotherhood wanted this book to be written. She did not disappoint. Qhuinn and Blaylock. This one true pair [OPT] sucked me in from their first mentioning in earlier books. I hurt for them, I laughed with them, I rolled my eyes at their miscommunication, and when it came time to them showing their true colours, I honestly cried tears of happiness. I had never wanted a fictional pairing to happen so much before. This book is a must have.