Nick Whittier has made a lot of mistakes over his nearly seven centuries of existence. He has always tried to be a good person, or at least as good as a vampire who has murdered over 30,000 people can be. He learned about his most monumental screw up after Chuck Kruse’s stunning revelation at the end of book two. Because of Nick’s actions during World War Two, the Nazis have reemerged in the modern era. The most evil vampire who has ever lived is rallying neo-Nazis all over the world as part of a plan for global domination. Nick knows that it is up to him to intervene and end the Nazi threat once and for all.
Laura Collins, a sexy Israeli secret agent, shows up out of the blue to offer Nick assistance. The mysterious woman appears to be a powerful ally, but she also has a dark secret. The first stop on their global journey is to recruit Nick’s friends from Starside, Illinois to join the fight. Jasmine, Anthony and Lara are essential to the mission, but they also complicate Nick’s life. He is still in love with Lara even though she hates him for being a monster. Despite the hardships that he faces, Nick is hopeful that he might be able to change her mind about him. He now has the opportunity to end his thirst for human blood. After centuries of research, he has finally perfected the cure for the vampire virus.
Dark Moonlighting 3: Live Free or Dark Moonlighting Hard is the third book in the humorous Dark Moonlighting series. While the previous books have highlighted Nick’s careers as a doctor, lawyer, cop and soldier, book three tells of his job as a secret agent. It explores spy clichés and pokes fun at popular movies like The Bourne Identity, Jurassic Park and the James Bond films. It also satirizes political stories like The West Wing and Air Force One.
The Dark Moonlighting Series:
Dark Moonlighting 2: Kruse Control
Dark Moonlighting 3: Live Free or Dark Moonlighting Hard
Dark Moonlighting 4: The One with the Whales
Dark Moonlighting 5: Electric Dark Moonlightingaloo
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Dark Moonlighting 3
I loved the third book in the series. It is so unique and humorous!