★★ A Readers' Favorite 2022 International Book Awards Gold Medal Winner ★★
Human against vampire. The hunter against the hunted.
I kill vampires for a living.
So the job should be simple, capture the target and collect the money. But when I draw Sam Mason out into the open, I’m blindsided by the vampire’s mesmerizing green eyes and snarky wit. He’s the type of vampire my mom warned me about. The kind who will seduce you with his easy smile and arrogant charm.
Yet, I know better.
The Vampire Navy SEAL oozes danger and mayhem. His deadly swagger screams that if I mess with him, he’ll annihilate me in a second. That thrills me and terrifies me at the same time.
A million red flags are telling me to run, flee for my human life. But a force beyond my control is drawing me to the possessive vampire. Even more so when one of my sisters is compelled into a coma-like state, and Sam’s number one enemy kidnaps the other.
Now, the only way to save my sisters is to beg and grovel for Sam’s help.
Otherwise, I might never see my sisters again.
How much am I willing to risk? Because it could be my life for theirs.
𝙏𝙝𝙚 𝙃𝙪𝙣𝙩𝙚𝙙 is an enemies to lovers, paranormal, military romance and the first book in the new Vampire Navy SEAL spin-off series. Meet Layla and Sam in this slow burn romance with snarky banter, intrigue, action, suspense, and steamy times and follow them in this series.
Series Reading Order:
1. The Hunted
2. The Predator
3. The Union
4. The Dawning
5. The Prodigies
6. The Prophecy
7. The Rebirth
Good action and Vampire Romance
Good story line with vampires, shifters, vampire hunters and humans. This is going to be a good series to keep up on.
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This reads like a sit-com. It’s like the author put all the vampire books ever read in a pot and shook them up. I mean a powerful little girl hunted by evil vampires. Hmmm. Three stars because a lot of the story was not very believable. Sam and Layla are the perfect couple. Actually, maybe the same person. They are both very stubborn. And very, very funny. Loved the banter. I really don’t understand the navy seal angle. Weird. Also, after the battle, they still didn’t know where Ben was. Webb was just talking to the shifters who were working with Roman. Common since, ask them. The drugs that killed the shifter they are trying to figure out, yet did not ask the prisoner who gave it to the hunters. Start there. Such rookie mistakes for such an elite team. Also, why does Jo have a hard time reading people? It’s her power. So many holes. Maybe predator will be better.
This was my first book by S.B. and considering it's a PNR, I couldn't wait to dig in. I really loved read about Sam and Layla. Enemies turned something more and omg it was yummy! Looking forward to the next book.