"Hot as hell, fireworks, all consuming, passionate, and in some scenes, damn right dirty!"
-Sassy Little Book Nerd
"An enjoyable, laudable addition to an increasingly complicated vampire saga with no end in sight."
Breaking into a cemetery isn’t anything Dante Gabriel ever thought he’d do, but he has no choice. He must recover his father’s body so he can claim his estate. Help arrives from two unexpected sources, but their plan is interrupted.
Erin Hamilton’s best friend is a wolf shifter. The man she loves is a vampire. His father is a ghost. She can deal with all of that, but new worries have surfaced. The missing doctor has returned to the hospital, and his strange actions are disturbing…but not as disturbing as the odd dreams that begin to plague her. She finds comfort and love in Dante’s arms, even as he slowly begins to change.
More secrets are revealed, and Dante and Erin recruit his cousin and her brother to help them find the missing women and discover the secrets of the Vampyre Texts, even as external forces work against them. But as Dante develops some unusual abilities and the darkness targeting him becomes more menacing, he must proceed, undaunted.
He is undaunted!
I love the plot twists and revelations that keep happening with these books! This author knows how to keep a reader engaged! We now know a new fact about Erin’s friend Lucy, which I enjoyed! I did get a little peeved at Erin’s reaction to a truth about her ancestry, but Dante’s reaction to it is what is intriguing. Dante is coming into powers that no vampire has & Erin is having premonitions in her dreams. We also get more of what happened to Dante while he was in captivity, why people keep disappearing, his blood bond to Erin & what is in the Texts. Dante is undaunted in his quests, & I can’t wait to read what happens next!
Long for no reason
The first book was okay, I continued the series just because I was curious how it ended but it wasn’t worth it. It just seems like the character are having so much sex out of context and it gets real annoying since it ruins the plot. Which also is very predictable. Author writes like a teenager sometimes (or worst)
Book tree 3 1/2 stars.
Julian the best, Danton had to much pity on him self.