THE ELEVEN—an alliance of ultimate predators. Primal, lethal, irresistible. After millions of years, an ancient evil has returned. Only the Eleven can save humanity from extinction.
They know how to fight, but can they learn to love?
Kelly Maloy opens her car door to much more than a great looking stranger at the Houston airport. Terror, desire, and a horrible truth climb in with him. She's only supposed to drive Ty Endeka around the city for a few weeks. Too bad no one tells her that once day fades she'll become part of a battle fought in the darkened streets with an enemy that isn't human. And the sensual man who feeds her fantasies hides a soul that gives new meaning to animal magnetism.
In a series inaugural from Bangs (One Bite Stand), the Gods of the Night are incarnated for the first time in 65 million years, summoned to protect humanity from an all-encompassing evil that is coming in 2012, at the end of the Mayan calendar. While currently incarnated as deadly, handsome men, they have the ability to assume their prior forms those of gigantic dinosaurs. One of them, Ty Endeka, develops a powerful attraction to his driver, Kelly Maloy. She never expects to be drawn into this world of demons, vampires, werewolves and otherkin, but when she is, she handles it with aplomb, even when the Eleven's mysterious leader, Fin, tells her she has a crucial role to play in the coming fight. Bangs's skillful blend of vampirology, Mayan lore and extinct monoliths lays solid groundwork for the series and almost makes it possible to wrap one's head around the idea of men with the souls of dinosaurs as sex objects.
Loved the ending overall I loved it