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Publisher Description

"A vampire, his human lover, and their friends and families try to stop a powerful enemy’s devilish scheme in this final installment of an erotic supernatural series." ~Kirkus Reviews

Erin Hamilton follows Dante Gabriel back into hell—the underground compound where he was held for a decade—to confront the woman who held him captive. Finally unmasked, she seems to hold Dante under her influence. Erin has faith in Dante’s strength and determination, though, especially when the mysterious Vampyre Texts reveal their first secret.

Dante struggles to regain his control, even as he grows stronger and the darkness rises within him. He’ll let his captor think she commands him as long as it serves his purpose, but if Erin or anyone else is threatened, all bets are off. He’ll use all his powers against her, whether or not he can master them.

Time is running out, however. Dante must act quickly to free those imprisoned, especially when he learns what his captor has in mind. His new abilities keep those around him protected until she who calls herself Queen plays her trump card. Dante must face one last foe…and only one can emerge undefeated.

May 21
Waterhouse Press
Waterhouse Press, LLC

Customer Reviews

Chelled75 ,

Blood Bond Series

I loved reading this series!!! I’m hoping this won’t be the very end. Maybe stories that continue and focus on other couples from these stories.

Lexie B 63 ,


Love this book! It was amazing.... what a page turner!! Answered a lot of things....Seems it was left open ended... could there be another book??? Guessing we will have to wait and find out! Helen is an amazing writer! WOW!!!


Undefeated by Helen hardy

I got to say I liked these chapters a lot more than the previous ones. Not a lot of repetition. I am also happy where it ended as I would be devastated if I didn’t get the answers. I think I can live until next chapters come out. If she chooses to write them, and off course I will get them to. Otherwise I would have to give it my own ending I would much prefer Helen’s though. I do feel that this volume was by far the best on the Dante series.

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