Betrayed by one of her own and turned into a vampire, hunter Eve is consumed by her hunger for vengeance and has spent five years surviving hell, driven to take the life of the man she once loved. But just as she is about to close in on the hunter-turned-vampire, an event is set in motion that threatens to see him slip beyond her grasp forever—the leader of her bloodline has sent an escort to bring her to the family’s mansion. To a nest of the very creatures she once hunted and loathes.
A vampire assassin hardened by centuries of service, Tor is a man of discipline and loyalty, never straying from his mission or the rules set out for him, and has purged all his weaknesses, including his emotions.
But the moment he meets the broken, fiery female he is to escort to Oslo, something dangerous awakens in him, something possessive and powerful, and when he is pulled into a deadly game of cat and mouse with the man who betrayed her, Tor discovers he will do anything to protect the woman slowly claiming his heart and give her the vengeance she desires—even break all the rules.
Can Eve embrace her new vampire nature in order to have her revenge and find a reason to live again in Tor? Can Tor and Eve stop the man who betrayed her and the deaths of thousands of innocents? Or will he succeed in creating a new army of hybrid vampires who will rise up against the purebloods?
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Prophecy: Caelestis and Aurorea
Prophecy: Dark Moon Rising
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Loved this book so much. I read it in a day because I couldn’t put it down and when I did all I thought about was what was going to happen next. It had a great plot and amazing characters. Definitely would recommend this book to any one who loves vampires, love, and a little vengeance.
This reminded me, too late, why I try not to read Felicity Heaton. So, so bored. Tor showed promise in the beginning. Waltzing into the club, dispatching all the bad guys. The story opened up with Eve whining, and it never stopped. I almost DNF’d several times. I did not because the premise of the story was good and I was hopeful Tor would bring lots of action to the story. Definitely wrong there. Anyway, the story was told in two POVs. The killer for me and this author is, the story is 90% in their head, and 10% actual conversation. Maybe even less. We are fed the story by the author. There is no way the MC’s actually developed a relationship. Lust perhaps because they rarely had a conversation with each other. There were pages of conversation in their heads and then “come on,” “you can’t make me feed” or whatever, then pages and pages in their heads again. Also, there are always holes. The story felt incomplete. Added a star for the action at the end.
I love ms. Heston books
I can't wait to read more of her books