NOTE: This book has been previously published, but has undergone edits and revisions prior to re-release.
Which was more of a threat—the knife at his back or the human in his arms?
As head of the Enforcers, Traian knows the dangers of his life. Hunting traitorous vampires and keeping peace for his people could very well kill him. What he never expected was one of his own—another Enforcer—to stab him in the back, literally.
When Becca Stewart finds a man bleeding on the street, her first impulse is to call an ambulance. When he tells her not to, and she feels compelled to obey, she does the only thing she can do. Take care of him herself, not knowing the risks and dangers involved.
Once it is clear that what happened is part of a bigger plot than merely killing him, Traian needs to figure how far up the ladder the betrayal goes. But now he has a human to look after. Can he find his answers and keep Becca safe—especially now that she's wrapped herself around his heart?