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When Bryn’s loyalty to her own people is tested, the decision she makes will change the course of her life forever…

Truth be told, Bryn isn’t really sure where her loyalties lie. Of one thing she’s sure, though, is that her fraternal twin sister, Jolie, who also happens to be the Queen of the Underworld, should be her sworn enemy. But after spending months with Jolie, Bryn can’t deny the fact that she genuinely cares for her sister, much though she shouldn’t. If it weren’t maddening enough that her relationship with Jolie is anything but black and white, then there’s Sinjin.

Cool, calm and calculated, Sinjin Sinclair is everything Bryn imagines she should find reprehensible in a man. First of all, he’s a master vampire and all vampires, in Bryn’s mind, are nothing more than bloodsucking parasites. Secondly, his unflagging cockiness when paired with his boyish charm is enough to irritate any sensible woman. Mostly, though, it’s Sinjin’s unapologetic sexuality that Bryn finds extremely off-putting…and, well, somewhat entertaining and possibly even exhilarating...

After Bryn purposely botches her leader’s attack on Jolie, Bryn finds herself returned to her old life, a life she thought she’d wanted. But the old adage, “be careful what you wish for because you might get it,” will take on new meaning once she finds herself playing hostage to her own people.

March 17
HP Mallory
Smashwords, Inc.

Customer Reviews

sasshaa ,

Ends suddenly, feels incomplete

Given the sensitive nature of what happens in this book, I don’t think the author should’ve have ended it so abruptly. Nevertheless, I am eager for the next installment.

@Charitie_C ,

Not worth reading!

Terrible book! terrible ending!

Quick Draw 02 ,

The Scent

After waiting for the release of this "last in series" book since Oct. 2014 and enduring 3 release date changes, my disappointment was overwhelming. Even while reminding myself that this was fantasy-fiction, I was very disturbed by the subject matter (rape) and the nonchalance with which it was addressed. The inability of this book to equal the previous novels of this series was surpassed only by the dumbfounded look on my face when I reached the last page and realized there was no ending. What?! Maybe some aspiring writers could submit possible appropriate endings for this story and we could vote for our favorite. Then maybe I wouldn't feel so cheated.

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