Seven years ago, Dr Shea O'Halloran experienced an unexpected and horrendous pain unlike anything she had ever known. It felt as if she were being tortured. Eventually the pain disappeared, but Shea never forgot. She has since devoted her life to trying to understand the cause of the rare genetic blood disorder that is slowly killing her. The answers to some of Shea's questions start to reveal themselves when she is approached by two men, who accuse her of being a vampire. Shea runs for her life and - following a feeling she can't explain - her desperate wanderings lead her to Romania. The ancient one known as Jacques Dubrinsky can explain. Seven years ago, Jacques was captured, tortured and buried alive by several humans and a Carpathian betrayer. The years of extreme pain and lack of sustenance that followed have nearly driven Jacques insane. He has been using what is left of his powers to psychically draw Shea to the region. But is Shea to be his healer or his prey?
I love these books more than any other. The first book is my all time favourite book, as it’s the book that got me to fall in love with reading. Before these books I hated reading & just couldn’t finish a book. Thank you so much Christine Freehan for writing them.
Astounding book although again the weakness of human women are annoying, and her predjuiced grated on me. It would have been better to introduce all races and all colours that’s your biggest let down and you should be inclusive to all