Only one woman can save vamp city . . .
One of the few humans who managed to escape the deadly twilight world of Vamp City, Quinn Lennox vows never to return. But the vampires want her back, for only she has the power to renew the magic of their crumbling world and free the vampires trapped within.
When the dangerous and all-too-seductive Arturo Mazza comes for her, Quinn knows she can never trust him after the betrayal she suffered at his hands. But with her beloved brother's fate hanging in the balance, and her own power beginning to emerge, she chooses to risk all on yet another perilous journey back to Vamp City. And though she tries to deny it, her heart begins to hold hope that even a ruthless vampire can learn the meaning of true love . . .
Palmer follows A Blood Seduction with more turbulence between Quinn Lennox, a human sorceress who can't access her own power, and Arturo "The Snake" Mazza, a vampire who lies to her, manipulates her, and uses her for her power. As they continue their adversarial and sexually hyperactive association, Quinn and Arturo seek a way to free Quinn's power and save her brother, Zack. Though the goals are large, not a lot is actually accomplished by the book's end, which leaves the City still in danger of collapse, Quinn's obsession with Zack and his illness unchanged, Zack still missing, Arturo still lying, and Quinn only marginally more in control of her power. Arturo is nothing like a romantic hero, and Quinn's attraction to him and vulnerability to his machinations make her look weak and foolish. The plot is merely a tasteless vehicle for the delivery of graphic depictions of sex, torture, and depravity.